This online course fulfills the mandatory 6-hour orientation requirement for early care and education professionals in Kentucky.
This training series offers early childhood trainers an opportunity for a more in-Depth exploration of topics covered in Fundamentals of Effective Training.
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Explores exciting new ways for trainers to add interest by embedding free and low tools into their professional development.
This series of online courses explores ways to provide safe and inclusive environments for all children. Topics include exciting and accessible spaces, children with Down syndrome, visual impairment and self-regulation. Click here for more information.
In this online training, administrators will learn how to create video clips and talking pictures that can be used to: 1) demonstrate best practices; 2) strengthen effectiveness of classroom observation and staff coaching; and 3) expand opportunities to document children's learning and share with families. Click here for more information.
This course introduces early intervention providers to the administration of the CCITSN. Click here for more information.
This course introduces early intervention providers to the administration and scoring of the HELP®, a curriculum based assessment published by VORT Corporation. Click here for more information.
This information session will introduce participants to the KIDS Now Initiative process so that they will understand the standards and requirements for participation in STARS for KIDS NOW. After this online session, participants will deliver Overview information to Program staff.
Available in both English and Spanish.
This 17-hour hybrid course is designed to assist trainers in demonstrating competence in the implementation of principles, tips & techniques for training the adult learner. This is a requirement for the Kentucky Early Care and Education Trainers Credential, Levels 2-5.
This course does have a mandatory face-to-face and webinar - check the dates of these events when registering.
This 2-hour online course is a prerequisite for applying for a Kentucky Trainers Credential Levels 2-5.
For Kentucky, professional development includes structured teaching and learning experiences to support the acquisition of knowledge and skills and the implementation of knowledge and skills in the work environment. Professional development is an ongoing process of continuous improvement that increases job related knowledge and skills, and is intentional and purposeful to support specific outcomes related to practice.
Kentucky Partnership for Early Childhood Services staff are available M - F from 8 - 4 Eastern. Use the form below to contact the appropriate staff.
The Kentucky Partnership for Early Childhood Services enhances high quality services for children and families through active engagement in collaborative research and professional development.
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