February 5-9, 2018

Annual Conference

Every year CHSA gathers professionals from across the early childhood field to attend our Annual Conference. The conference provides innovative training, wonderful professional development opportunities, and an excellent forum for exploring best practices from across the state. These training opportunities allow staff to get the most current approaches to materials in their respective areas at an affordable cost.very year CHSA gathers professionals from across the early childhood field to attend our Annual Conference. The conference provides innovative training, wonderful professional development opportunities, and an excellent forum for exploring best practices from across the state. These training opportunities allow staff to get the most current approaches to materials in their respective areas at an affordable cost.


2018 Annual Conference  Call for Presenters

Please visit:  2018 Call for Presenters  to fill out a proposal form.

 Application Deadline September 29, 2017

 

Annual Conference

Parent and Family Engagement Conference - February 5 & 6

CHSA's Parent and Family Engagement Conference provides trainings for Head Start parents and staff who support parents. It will include the latest on the Family Engagement Framework, as developed by the OHS' National Center on Parent, Family and Community Engagement. Additional workshops for both parents and family service staff will center on communication skills, parenting techniques, child development and more. Audience: HS/EHS Parents & Policy Council Members, FSWs, Family Engagement Staff/Advocates.

Education Conference – February 7-9

CHSA's Education Conference advances the knowledge and skills of those involved in the education of children age zero to five. This event imparts developmentally appropriate practices, teaches critical new skills, broadens awareness and disseminates valuable educational resources. Audience: Teachers, site managers, home based supervisors, child development and education managers, family and community partnership managers and program directors for both HS and EHS.

Public Policy Breakfast – February 7

Participants will receive a briefing from federal and state policy leaders on current and emerging issues affecting their programs. This event is not to be missed by directors and other program leaders.

Event Location:

Costa Mesa

Hilton Orange County/Costa Mesa

3050 Bristol St. Costa Mesa, CA 92626
Telephone: 714-540-7000

Rate: $179 Single/Double – Deadline: December 29, 2018

Parking: $16 Self-Parking $33 Valet