Each year, ECCLC surveys early care and education providers to determine training needs. This information, along with the observations of needs from ECCLC staff, child care licensing specialists, and our Professional Development Advisory Committee, is used to create a plan for community trainings. Most of our trainings offered apply towards licensing requirements.
You can find these trainings, and many more in the Training Catalog below or on ECCLC’s calendar of events. The calendar of events will always have the most up to date information about trainings and cancellations.
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Expanding Quality for Infants and Toddlers (EQIT) is a 48-hour course designed to support individuals working with infants and toddlers. It is particularly appropriate for child care providers who are looking for an in-depth, hands-on course focused on work with infants and toddlers in group care. Successful completion of the EQIT 48-hour course of training meets the infant toddler training requirements specific to early childhood teachers, center directors, and the specialized family child care licenses.
For more information, please contact Lauren Powers by email or by phone at (970) 377-3388 ext. 202.
Touchpoints training teaches a practical approach, based on the work of Dr. T. Barry Brazelton, for enhancing the competence of early childhood professionals and parents and building strong family-child relationships from before birth through the earliest years, laying the vital foundation for children’s healthy development.
Touchpoints is a 20.5-hour course. It is applicable in a wide range of workplace environments with colleagues, customers and families. We welcome child care professionals, teachers, social workers, mental health specialists, family mentors, and other health and human service agency providers.
For more information on Touchpoints training contact us at (970) 377-3388.
Bottom of the Pyramid:
Practices to Prevent Challenging Behavior & Promote Positive Social Skills
This training provides ways to promote the social and emotional development of young children as a means of preventing challenging behaviors.
Top of the Pyramid
This training addresses children with highly significant social emotional needs and challenging behavior. This training is valuable for directors, teachers, mentors, coaches, child care providers, trainers, and mental health support staff who work with early childhood programs to support the implementation and practices of this model.
For more information, contact Valerie DiBenedetto by email or by phone at (970) 377-3388 ext. 201.