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WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
California Adult Volunteers who are starting their second year of service or more with no breaks in service. 

COURSE OVERVIEW:

The Returning Volunteer Training is designed to give California volunteers returning for the 2018-2019 program year necessary information stay current with 4-H policy and best practices.  The course does not need to be completed in one sitting and will pick up where you left off when you return to it. 

COMPLETION TIME: 

30 Minutes

TECHNICAL NOTE: 

This training works best with Mozilla Firefox.  Download it for free here. 

The Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer browsers are not compatible with some of the components of this course and should not be used. 

For your county's unique enrollment key, contact your local county 4-H office. 

This is a course for camp counselors provided for distance learning of camp counselors. If you would like a specific subgroup for your particular camp counselors, please contact Mark Light, light.42@osu.edu Also this will also make you a instructor in the course.

This course was developed by Ohio State University Extension.

This self-directed course, composed of 8 modules, is designed for frontline 4-H Youth Development Staff interested in learning how multiple forms of data (4-H Common Measures data and Lesson Study data) can be used to help make decisions in regards to program improvement and professional development opportunities.

Through the learning modules, you gain the knowledge to effectively leverage Common Measure 2.0 to get the youth-generated data you need to assess a program and make it even better.  You’ll have the data to better understand how and what youth are learning in each of the major 4-H areas of emphasis.  And you’ll learn how to use these tools and the data to make meaningful decisions about your local programs. You’ll also learn how Lesson Study can help take the guesswork out of professional development and program improvement.  It’s all about becoming an even more effective leader, educator and mentor for young people.  And that leads to even greater confidence, satisfaction and passion as you work with youth.

Through a deeper dive into 4-H Common Measures and Lesson Study, participants will have an increased understanding of basic program evaluation practices, will learn how to successfully access and implement 4-H Common Measures and Lesson Study, and ultimately will understand how when paired together result in making data-driven decisions.

For more information or to enroll please contact: Jessica Mullendore at jmullendore@unl.edu

This course will take you through the step by step process involved in reviewing 4-H curriculum.

We will explore each criteria in the review process and discuss the standards for evaluating that criteria. We will conduct a similar exploration with for non-curriculum educational materials for which we also have a review process. Then we will explain the roles and responsibilities of becoming part of the national review team. Although intended for curriculum reviewers, this course can be a valuable tool for curriculum developers as well. Understanding the reviewers expectations and the review criteria will assist curriculum developers in designing great learning experiences. 

Contact 4-H National Headquarters at 4Hhq@nifa.usda.gov for more information or if you encounter any questions or challenges along the way.

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The 4-H National Mentoring Program 8 Grantee Community course is for a national audience, and for 4-H groups working with youth mentoring and mentors.


For more information or to enroll contact: Alan Pilkenton Educational Media Coordinator | Michigan State University Extension 616-632-7867 (office) | 517-290-6891 (mobile) pilkento@anr.msu.edu http://msue.anr.msu.edu

4-Hers: Understanding How You Prefer to Solve Problems is an online course for 4-H Members who are interested in learning more about problem-solving styles and how they can use their problem-solving style when working with others.  

For more information contact:  Dr. Curtis R Friedel, Director, Center for Cooperative Problem Solving at Virginia Tech – cfriedel@vt.edu or Ms. Sarah Bush, Teaching Assistant, Center for Cooperative Problem Solving at Virginia Tech – sabush17@vt.edu

10 Minute Education Series: 4-H Name and Emblem is a self-directed course designed for 4-H and Extension Youth Development Staff. Participants will where the guidelines for 4-H Name and Emblem come from, what the guidelines are, and how local offices can use these guidelines. For more information contact 4-H National Headquarters, National Institute of Food and Agriculture, USDA at 4HNE@nifa.usda.gov

For information about this 4-H VIRTUAL CONSUMER DECISION MAKING COMPETITION or instructions on how to participate please contact Willie Arnwine, Cherokee County Extension Agent, 4-H and Youth Development, at wrarnwine@ag.tamu.edu

COURSE OVERVIEW:

The New Volunteer Training is designed to give new volunteers basic information to prepare them for service in 4-H.  This training has 4 components that are designed to be completed in sequential order.  As you complete each section, lessons in the next section will appear.  

The course does not need to be completed in one sitting and will pick up where you left off when you return to it.

COMPLETION TIME: 

2 1/2 Hours

TECHNICAL NOTE: 

This training works best with Mozilla Firefox.  Download it for free here.  

The Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer browsers are not compatible with some of the components of this course and should not be used.  

For your county's unique enrollment key, contact your local county 4-H office. 


QUIÉN DEBE ASISTIR:

Voluntarios adultos de California que comienzan su segundo año de servicio o más sin interrupciones en el servicio.

Si USTED ES UN NUEVO VOLUNTARIO O VUELVE VOLUNTARIO QUE REGRESA DESPUÉS DE UN LAPSO EN SERVICIO, NECESITA LLEVAR EL CURSO DE NUEVO VOLUNTARIADO DE 2018-19 CALIFORNIA.  

Haga clic aquí para ir a ese curso.

RESUMEN DEL CURSO:

La Capacitación Voluntaria de Devolución está diseñada para dar a los voluntarios de California que regresan para el año 2018-2019 la información necesaria para mantenerse al día con la política de 4-H y las mejores prácticas. El curso no necesita completarse de una sola vez y continuará donde lo dejó cuando regrese a él.
 

TIEMPO DE FINALIZACIÓN:

30 minutos

NOTA TECNICA:

Este entrenamiento funciona mejor con el navegador Mozilla Firefox. Puedes descargarlo gratis haciendo clic aquí

Los navegadores Microsoft Edge e Internet Explorer no son compatibles con algunos de los componentes de este curso y no deberían utilizarse.

Para conocer la clave de inscripción única de su condado, comuníquese con la oficina local 4-H de su condado.

QUIÉN DEBE ASISTIR:

Voluntarios adultos de California que comienzan su primer año de voluntariado con California 4-H o un voluntario que regresa después de un año o más de interrupción en el servicio.

SI USTED ESE UN VOLUNTARIO QUE REGRESA SIN UN DESCENSO EN EL SERVICIO, NECESITA TOMAR EL CURSO 2018-19 ENTRENAMIENTO DE VOLUNTARIOS QUE REGRESAN

Haga clic aquí para ir a ese curso.

RESUMEN DEL CURSO:

El Entrenamiento de Nuevos Voluntarios está diseñado para brindarles a los nuevos voluntarios información básica para prepararlos para el servicio en 4-H. Este entrenamiento tiene 4 componentes que están diseñados para completarse en orden secuencial. A medida que complete cada sección, aparecerán las lecciones en la siguiente sección.

El curso no necesita completarse de una sola vez y continuará donde lo dejó cuando regrese a el.

TIEMPO DE FINALIZACIÓN:

2 horas, 30 minutos

NOTA TECNICA:

Este entrenamiento funciona mejor con el navegador Mozilla Firefox. Puedes descargarlo gratis haciendo clic aquí

Los navegadores Microsoft Edge e Internet Explorer no son compatibles con algunos de los componentes de este curso y no deberían utilizarse.


Para conocer la clave de inscripción única de su condado, comuníquese con la oficina local 4-H de su condado.

Ages and Stages of Youth Development is a self directed course for 4-H Volunteers and School Age Child Care Professionals. The purpose of this course is to expose and educate 4-H volunteers and school-age professionals to the research and best practices surrounding the developmental levels of young people. Participants will explore and understand social, emotional, physical and cognitive levels of growth and development at four age groupings. For more information contact Robert B. Furr, Robbie_Furr@ncsu.edu with North Carolina State University Extension.

Avian Influenza Biosecurity for Youth and 4-H members is a self-directed course designed for 9-19 year-olds and members of 4-H. Participants will gain important information about the avian influenza virus as well as biosecurity measures that are necessary to prevent the spread of disease. 


For more information about this course contact Nathaniel Tablante, University of Maryland at nlt@umd.edu.

Beginning Horseman: 4-H Advancement Level 1 is a course for youth 8 to 18 years old

Youth will learn correct and safe handling and riding principles for the beginner horseman.

For more information contact: Lena Luck at University of Nebraska-Lincoln, email address at lena.luck@unl.edu

The audience for this course is Youth and families who raise backyard poultry. 

Learning objectives are Best practices for the care of backyard poultry including disease prevention, behavior observation, housing and daily care.

For more information or to enroll please contact, Course leaders, Martin H. Smith (mhsmith@ucdavis.edu); Richard Blatchford (rablatchford@ucdavis.edu)

The audience for this course is: Youth in grades 7 through 12

Youth often lack the maturity to make good decisions on their own. They often require firm guidance from parents and other caring adults to reach adulthood successfully. Thus, learning to set boundaries is an integral element of positive youth development. It is not just the caring adults who need guidance in setting appropriate boundaries for youth, but the youth need guidance as they learn to set their own boundaries. The Boundaries and Boundaries Jr. curriculum utilizes multiple delivery methods to delve into understanding the need, the importance, and the process of establishing boundaries. Both youth and their caring adults participate together, working with one another to establish boundaries in their lives.

For more information or to enroll please contact: Bob Bertsch at robert.bertsch@ndsu.edu

The fee for this course is $25.  To purchase and enroll in it, click the following button:



The audience for this course is: Youth in grades 3 through 6

Youth often lack the maturity to make good decisions on their own. They often require firm guidance from parents and other caring adults to reach adulthood successfully. Thus, learning to set boundaries is an integral element of positive youth development. It is not just the caring adults who need guidance in setting appropriate boundaries for youth, but the youth need guidance as they learn to set their own boundaries. The Boundaries and Boundaries Jr. curriculum utilizes multiple delivery methods to delve into understanding the need, the importance, and the process of establishing boundaries. Both youth and their caring adults participate together, working with one another to establish boundaries in their lives.

For more information or to enroll please contact: Bob Bertsch at robert.bertsch@ndsu.edu

The fee for this course is $25.  To purchase and enroll in the course, click the following button:



The purpose of this course is to outline some of the essential activites of a 4-H Healthy Living Officer. This course is approximately 18 minutes long.

For more Information or to enroll, please contact:

Scott C. Mautte
4-H Program Representative for Volunteer Development
& Positive Youth Development
University of California, Agriculture and Natural Resources
Email: idevelopsupport@ucanr.edu

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Adult Volunteers and senior member youth who volunteer at the county level to evaluate Record Books at County Competition.

COURSE OVERVIEW:

This short course is designed for adult volunteers and senior member youth who volunteer at the county level to evaluate Record Books at County Competition. Youth members enter Record Book competitions as an optional opportunity to receive feedback on their 4-H record-keeping and 4-H skills development. The course gives an overview of the evaluation rubric, how to score and how to write helpful comments. You will receive an electronic badge and a certificate upon completion. Thank you for your time and talent to provide encouragement and support to 4-H youth.

COMPLETION TIME: 

30 Minutes

TECHNICAL NOTE: 

This training works best with Mozilla Firefox.  Download it for free here. 

The Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer browsers are not compatible with some of the components of this course and should not be used. 

COURSE CONTACTS:
  • Technical Support:  idevelopsupport@ucanr.edu
  • Course Information: Gemma Miner gmminer@ucanr.edu

The New or Renewing Volunteer Training is designed to give new volunteers basic information to prepare them for service in 4-H.  It will also serve as a refresher course for all returning volunteers.  This training has 4 components that are designed to be completed in sequential order.  As you complete each section, lessons in the next section will appear.

The course does not need to be completed in one sitting and will pick up where you left off when you return to it.

The overall training will take approximately 1 hour to complete.

Target Audience is Adults, who want to be Volunteers for the Colorado 4-H Program.

For more information or to enroll please contact instructor Joy Bauder CO 4-H State Office, CO 4-H Youth Development Program @ colorado4h@gmail.com

Expanded Learning Opportunities: Experiential Learning is for Employees or Volunteers in Youth Serving Organizations. Participants will learn how children and youth in out-of-school settings reach their full potential as a result of positive youth/adult interactions, purposeful learning experiences, and safe environments. 

Participants will be able to: identify experiential learning techniques, provide purposeful and directing teaching, and engage and energize youth so they are ready to learn.

For more information or to enroll contact:

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What are the things that a volunteer can do right now to help youth thrive and succeed?  Foundations of Positive Youth Development answers this question through the exploration of five foundational youth development practices that EVERY young person needs.  Along the way, participants will discover what youth development is, reflect on how youth development fits within the UC 4-H Youth Development Framework, and explores the five foundational practices of positive youth development.

This course is available in both English (ENG) and Spanish (ES)

For more Information or to enroll please contact:

Scott C. Mautte
4-H Program Representative for Volunteer Development
& Positive Youth Development
University of California, Agriculture and Natural Resources
Email: idevelopsupport@ucanr.edu

The iCook 4-H curriculum supplementary training site is a self-directed course for Extension Educators and Health Professionals Working with Families. By participating in this course participants will gain access to additional information, supplementary materials, and trainings to learn how to better implement the iCook 4-H curriculum. The iCook 4-H curriculum is available for purchase through the National 4-H Mall. With purchase of the curriculum, course access information on enrollment is provided. For more information contact Lisa Franzen-Castle, University of Nebraska-Lincoln at lfranzen2@unl.edu.

Idaho 4-H Volunteer Orientation is an online course designed to orient new 4-H volunteers.  Participants will learn:

  • Volunteer Roles & Relationships
  • Positive Youth Development
  • Youth/Adult Partnerships
  • Safe & Inclusive Environments
  • Learn by Doing                  

For more information contact Nancy Melville; University of Idaho; nmelville@uidaho.edu

Intermediate Horseman: 4-H Advancement Level 2 is a course for youth 8 to 18 years old

Youth will learn basic horse science, health, and care principles for the intermediate horseman.

For more information contact: Lena Luck at University of Nebraska-Lincoln, email address at lena.luck@unl.edu

Frontline staff (adults) from any participating institution in Jackson County, Wisconsin who take this course will learn: 

  • What the Referral Pathway is and how it works 
  • Who has roles in a Community Mental Wellness Referral Pathway 
  • Why the frontline staff role is crucial to the process 
  • When to start a young person on the Referral Pathway. 
Students need a good internet connection since the main body of the course is built in Storyline Articulate so they need to be able to play audio files as it is highly interactive

For more information or to enroll contact Monica Lobenstein Youth & Families Educator, University of Wisconsin-Extension (Jackson County) at Monica.lobenstein@ces.uwex.edu.

Welcome to Junior Master Equine Manager by Clemson Extension! This certificate program is made up of six lessons that you can complete at your own pace and an in-person day hands-on training. To receive your certificate of completion, you must pass each lesson's quiz with a grade of 75 or higher and attend the in-person day hands-on training. If you have any questions about the program or lessons, please feel free to leave us a message in the comments or email us at berry7@clemson.edu or cwycoff@clemson.edu.

The “Montana 4-H Volunteer Professional Development” course is a series of modules designed to give Montana 4-H volunteers a foundation for their work with the 4-H program in Montana.

After completing the course, volunteers will have an expanded knowledge of volunteer roles &  relationships, creating a safe and inclusive environment, promoting positive youth development, helping young people learn by doing and much more.  Contact your local MSU Extension office for an enrollment key to get started.

For more information or to enroll please contact Meghan Phillippi at meghan.phillippi@montana.edu and Millie Veltkamp at veltkamp@montana.edu.

National 4-H Headquarters Overnight Chaperone Training is a self directed course for volunteers and staff that will attend National 4-H Headquarters’ events. Participants will learn effective ways to discipline youth, recognize signs of abuse, and how to deal with emergencies.

For information or to enroll contact Doug Swanson at dswanson@nifa.usda.gov 

This course is for current high school freshmen in Nebraska. Students who participate in the Next Chapter program will learn the skills necessary to be successful after high school while exploring college options across the state.


For more information or to enroll please contact Phil Onwiler, ponwiler@unl.edu, (402) 472-9026.

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