Fall 2021 EQIT Registration is Now Open! Please click here to register.

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    This 8-module course is designed to strengthen the capacity of the early childhood workforce to provide a consistent, high-quality continuum of IECMH supports to children and families. The intended audience is early intervention providers and service coordinators, early care and education providers, home visitors, public health nurses, and other early childhood providers. This endorsement is one of the first and most comprehensive efforts in the country to identify best practice competencies at multiple levels and across disciplines, and to offer a pathway for professional development in the infant, early childhood, and family field.
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    Do you care for infants and/or toddlers? Do you have ideas about how your compensation (salary, benefits, being valued) could be improved? Please consider sharing your voice in this listening session! All attendees will receive a $25.00 stipend for attending.
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    Colorado's Early Learning & Development Guidelines (ELDG) are a resource for early childhood professionals that can be used to help observe, plan, and implement developmentally appropriate learning opportunities for children ages birth to five. Learn how you can use observation to track the development of young children, deepen your understanding of the essential domains of learning, discover strategies to align domains with lesson plans and create more individualized weekly plans for the current group of children in your care.
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    To support children's social and emotional competency and prevent challenging behavior, participants will: Develop a deeper understanding of the role of relationships, learn how to use your environment effectively and identify important social emotional skills to intentionally teach. This course could be worth up to 14 points on your early childhood credential in PDIS. You can receive points for the hours (up to 10 points), for a series (2 points) and for it's focus on children with high needs (2 points)
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    This training addresses children with highly significant social-emotional needs and challenging behavior. This training is intended for individuals who are familiar with the lower levels of the Pyramid model. In this training, you will learn how to: Determine the meaning of behavior, develop appropriate responses and develop a behavior support plan.
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    Join us for an information session about the Infant Mental Health Endorsement (IMH-E) from Colordo Association for Infant Mental Health (COAIMH). This endorsement is one of the first and most comprehensive efforts in the country to identify best practice competencies at multiple levels and across disciplines, and to offer a pathway for professional development in the infant, early childhood, and family field.
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    Join us for an information session about applying for organization-level consultations to further support families and children in our community. This service, supported by the Larimer County Behavioral Health Program, is an opportunity for your organization to collaborate with early childhood mental health experts. Come learn how to apply to help your organization examine your policies, practices, and structures to make changes that support your families.
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    Mondays, 11/30, 12/7, 12/14, and 1/11 from 6:00pm-8:00pm AND Wednesdays, 12/2, 12/9, 12/16, and 1/13 from 6:00pm-8:30pm
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    The Preschool Input Sessions are intended to collect thoughts and opinions from across Colorado about participants’ hopes and fears for our state’s future universal preschool program, their goals for early childhood education for four-year-olds, their definition of quality preschool, and what their community needs to make implementation possible.
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    Please join us for a virtual, multi-part community conversation to touch base on how the current socio-political landscape is impacting our lives and our work as helping professionals.
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    Join us for a community conversation with panelists working in the Early Childhood and Mental Health field about the challenges and opportunities posed by virtual service delivery.
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    Thursdays, August 20, 2020-December 10, 2020
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    Saturdays May 30 and June 13, 2020 from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. & Tuesdays June 2 and June 16 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
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    $20, Early Bird Pricing: $10 if registered AND paid by 05/21)
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    Wednesdays, July 14, 21, and 28 AND August 4, 11, and 18, 2021 from 6:00-8:00 PM. Come discover Magda Gerber's approach based on a set of basic principles that informs all adult-child interactions. These principles include basic trust, safe environments, uninterrupted play, exploration, active participation in caregiving activities, observation, clearly defined expectations, and much more. We will learn and explore how these principles help caregivers see the world from the baby's perspective and give practical ways to respond to babies with care and respect.
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***If you need to cancel your registration, you must do so 72 hours before to receive a refund or have your training credit be applied to a different class.***
Registrations are processed in the order they are received; space is limited. You will receive confirmation of your registration by email prior to the class start date. For questions, contact Karly Kampe at [email protected] or (970) 377-3388.