Umbrella Annual Conference 2022
Due to scheduling changes, there are spots available.
Saturday, November 19, 2022
720 Midland Ave., ScarboroughAfter 2 years of hiatus due to the recent public health crisis, it’s exciting to finally be able to host this in person conference! Conferences over Zoom are just not the same. For Umbrella, this conference marks a turning point – it feels like we are finally returning back to some sort of normality. We are all part of a community of child care professionals, struggling with similar stresses and challenges. And, as a community, we are stronger. An in-person conference offers unique benefits that come with being together, and gives us that power of community. From conversations in the halls and in the cafeteria over lunch, to meeting new people, there are so many more opportunities to exchange ideas with people when you get together in person.
- Over 20 Workshops
- Networking Opportunities
- Exhibits and Displays
- Childcare Resources
- Scrumptious Lunch
- Door Prizes
Webinar - Transitioning to ONCA
Transitioning to ONCA – Benjamin Miller, Community Legal Education Ontario
Ontario’s Not-for-Profit Corporations Act (ONCA) was proclaimed on October 19, 2021. Nonprofits have 3 years to update their bylaws and letters patent to comply with ONCA. This webinar will walk through what is new in the ONCA, steps nonprofits need to take to transition to the ONCA, and how CLEO’s free resources can help you create ONCA compliant bylaws from scratch or adapt your current bylaws.
This session is for organizations already incorporated under Ontario’s Corporation Act.
Please contact Umbrella at 416-686-9869 or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to sign up.
There is no charge for this webinar, but we need 20 participants to set it up. Once we have enough interest, we will arrange for a date.
Non-violent Crisis Intervention Training
Benefits Of Nonviolent Crisis Intervention Training – Recognize & Respond To Crisis
This is an In-person Two-day Course
Saturday June 11th and Sunday June 12th, 2022
Day One: 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Day Two: 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Location: Umbrella Central Day Care Services, 1220 Kingston Road (at Fallingbrook)
✔ Benefits of Nonviolent Crisis Intervention Training – Recognize & Respond to Crisis
Participants will learn decision-making skills to match the level of the response to the risk of the crisis, focusing on the least restrictive response to ensure the Care, Welfare, Safety and Security of those in their care. This includes recognizing the stages of an escalating crisis and learning evidence-based techniques to appropriately de-escalate.
✔ Safe Physical Intervention
The evidence-based techniques in this training have been successfully used for over 40 years and are recognized by national and international organizations. NCI training emphasizes physical intervention as a last resort and appropriate level of risk.
Participants will receive a card which indicates they have participated in Non-Violent De-escalation techniques and Safety techniques upon completion of the course.
Sign up now as capacity for this course is limited.
Contact Umbrella at 416-686-9869 or email email@example.com for full course details, cost, and a registration form.