Developing Resilience: Bouncing Back from Setbacks
Resilience is the ability to cope with the challenges, problems and setbacks you face in life, and to become stronger because of them. Resilience is now recognized as a very important competence to demonstrate in the workplace. In the increasingly complex context of today’s working environment, the resilience of individuals, and organizations becomes critical for business success. Resilience relies on different skills and draws on various sources of help, including rational thinking skills, physical and emotional health, and your relationships with those around you.
By the end of the course you will be able to:
- Define resilience and explain its importance
- Differentiate between positive and negative thinking
- Challenge the way you think
- Use the ladder of inference
- Develop a resilience grid
- Develop key Emotional Intelligence skills
- Help others to build resilience
- Chapter #1 What is Resilience
- Chapter #2 Why is Resilience Important
- Chapter #3 Positive vs. Negative Thinking
- Chapter #4 The Three Dimensions
- Chapter #5 Overcoming Negative Thinking
- Chapter #6 The Ladder of Inference
- Chapter #7 Locus of Control
- Chapter #8 Levels of Resilience
- Chapter #9 Developing Emotional Intelligence
- Chapter #10 Self-awareness
- Chapter #11 Self-management
- Chapter #12 Social Awareness
- Chapter #13 Relationship Management
- Course Evaluation
- Washington STARS credit: Professional Development and Leadership (8 hours)
- CDA Unit 6: Maintaining a Commitment to Professionalism (8 hours)
Our early childhood courses are accepted or approved to meet the annual training requirements for childcare professionals in many states, including:
Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Connecticut, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota (clock-hour courses only - course must be a min. of 2 hours), Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, Nebraska, Oregon (step 1 only), South Dakota, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Washington (STARS), Wisconsin (clock-hour courses only), Wyoming (STARS) and more!
- Oregon: All of our courses are Set 1 training's. The Oregon Registry Online (ORO) does not accept repeated set 1 training.
- Please note: Child care professionals in Florida, Kansas and Maryland may complete our CEU courses to meet annual requirements.
State approved trainers:
(1) Kimberlee Turner, MS Ed
(2) Brittney Andrade, BS ECE
Organization approval: Successful Solutions Training in Child Development
Curriculum Acknowledgement: The content for Developing Resilience: Bouncing Back from Setbacks was developed and modified to meet the needs of the intended audience, from the original curriculum Developing Resilience, by Trainer Bubble. Permission has been granted by Trainer Bubble for these materials to be used in our virtual classroom training platform.
This training platform is user friendly and it is expected that the majority of students will find that their computers and mobile devices operate without any complications. However, here are a few things to keep in mind:
- A laptop or PC are recommended for completing online courses
- Most students are able to use mobile devices such as tablets and cell phones to complete courses. However, each device is different, and an individual's skill level with the device may determine their success with using a mobile device.
- Recommended internet browsers: Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Safari, Mozilla Firefox and Opera are all acceptable browsers
- Internet Explorer is no longer supported by Microsoft, and you may have issues if you use it to take training.
- Slow internet speed may impact loading time
You have access to online courses for 1 year from the date of payment, with the exception of the Child Care Basics which is a 6-month enrollment period.
- For immediate access to courses at the time of payment, enroll at our sister site www.myececlass.com.
- When enrolling on our home page at www.cdastars.com, the information to access the online course will be sent to the email address provided during enrollment hours.
*Times shown are Pacific Standard Time. If you are in Central or Eastern Time, you will need to adjust the time accordingly.
- New Enrollments Are Set-Up During the Following Times:
Monday - Friday 7 am – 8 pm
Saturday & Sunday 9 am – 8 pm
Holidays 9 am – 8 pm
- Registrations that are submitted at www.cdastars.com after enrollment hours will be processed the next morning. You will receive an email with information to access the course.
- Check your email for instructions to start the training. Click on the link in the email to access the course.
- Internet access is required. There are no text books for the training. The coursework is done completely online.
- Some students may find that they need to download or update Shockwave, Flash player or Java.
- Some students may find that they have to update their internet browser, this is most often the case when trying to use Internet Explorer. We recommend Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome for the best results. Our student support staff is happy to assist students with troubleshooting should you encounter technical issues, and will provide common suggestions for solving problems that occur when normal browser maintenance or application updates need to occur.
- Cancellations and refunds requested within 72 hours after enrollment are available for courses/programs that have NOT been accessed. Refunds and Cancellations will be charged a 20% cancellation fee.
- Once you log in and start a course, a refund is not available. After 72 hours, the payment credit can be transferred to a different training or to a new student if the training was not started by the original student for up to 30 days after enrollment.
- Refunds are not available after 72 hours from the date of payment.
- Refunds are not available for courses/programs that have been started.
- Our courses may, or may not, meet annual training requirements in your state. Please provide us with your state, and any State registry ID number, and if we are able to record your completed training with your state, we will. In some cases, for annual state credit, you will need to submit the certificate to the appropriate registry and they may or may not award annual credit. Providing a State Registry number to us does not guarantee that your state will approve the training for annual continuing education credit. Many states have QRIS systems that require specific courses to be completed for annual or in-service training. Do not enroll in this course for the purpose of completing a state specific mandated course without first verifying exactly what course requirements need to be met.
- For Washington State students, completed courses are recorded in MERIT Monday through Friday, throughout the day continuously, between 8 am and 3 PM. If you complete your training in the evening or over the weekend, it will be recorded on the next business day during those hours.
- During the last two weeks of December, expect longer processing times for enrollment and certificates due to the high volume of enrollments and completed trainings during the year end rush. We recommend enrolling and completing your training prior to the end of December whenever possible.
- Enrollment expires in 1 year from the date of payment for all courses, with the exception of the Child Care Basics.