UMAP CONFERENCE 2022

“Let All that you Do be done in LOVE” 1 Corinthians 14:16

Greetings UMAP Family and Friends,

 The 2022 UMAP Conference is going virtual!

In polling a number of our UMAP schools, we found that there is still a great deal of caution when it comes to gathering in large groups, sharing rooms, and traveling together, etc. Therefore we’ve had to make a hard decision.

You will be able to receive your ten hours in service, and your CEU, through the educational and inspiring workshops that are being planned! We’ll still have music from our friend Jack Hartmann, and  have a great keynote from Pastor Monique McBride.

The workshops will be available to view any time, beginning February 11, 2022. Upon registration, a link will be sent to you granting you access to all our workshop sessions along with our opening and closing sessions.  They can be viewed all at once or broken into one hour segments.  We know your time is valuable and we want to encourage you to set up “viewing parties” .  We plan on  giving you some ideas for these fun parties as the time approaches.  Because, you know, preschool teachers just want to have fun!!

The cost for the entire 10 hour conference will be $40/pp, plus an additional $35 for a CEU,( 10 in-service hours = 1 CEU)  if you need one.  Paperwork for the CEU will be emailed to you after you are registered.

We are attaching a link to the registration form below.

Blessings,

The UMAP Board

REGISTER NOW!

Use the link below to register

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1MaY7dOak27ZkIoqopuGe4_JwXNiey27XZteukvDxO0M/edit

One of our Keynote Speakers will be Pastor Monique McBride. a Pastor at Christ Church, Fort Lauderdale.. She is a mom, wife, pastor, daughter, granddaughter, ordained Deacon in the United Methodist Church

Jack received his B.A. in Psychology from the University of Florida and his M.A. in Child Psychology from Assumption College in Worcester, M.A. Hartmann started his work with children’s music working with autistic children at University of Florida Shands Teaching Hospital In Gainesville, Florida. As a counselor, social worker and trainer, he worked twenty-five years with children, families and human service professionals in Pinellas County, FL Jack has presented his wonderful children’s music at teacher workshops and conferences in almost every state in the United States.  He has been a keynote and workshop leader at the annual NAEYC and the National Head Start conferences, S.D.E. conferences all across the country and many local and state pre-school, kindergarten and 1st Grade conferences.