The Inspire Care 360 difference: We teach human skills

Through a blend of hands-on training and personalized support, we’re committed to nurturing not just thriving childcare environments but also empowering you to navigate the intricate dynamics of teamwork and leadership within your daycare setting. Start your professional development journey with Inspire Care 360’s exclusive Membership for daycare and childcare owners. Our program not only equips you with essential hard skills for child development but also places a unique emphasis on cultivating your human skills.

Develop Essential Childcare Skills

Acquire specific competencies for effective education, development, and nurturing of children.

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At Inspire Care 360, we place emphasis on teaching fundamental hard skills crucial for aligning children's development with objectives.

Nurture 'Human Skills'

Beyond hard skills, our program hones human skills, including effective communication and constructive engagement with colleagues, families, and leaders.

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Through a unique approach, we foster comprehensive growth for teachers, enabling effective interaction with both children and adults in daycare settings.

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Course TitleDescription / ObjectivesAudienceCourse Length (Hours)IACET CEUs
Administrative Procedures - AdvancedAdministrative Leadership is complex, with at least two separate but interrelated facets: operational leadership and strategic leadership. In this course you will learn about:
• DEFINING ADMINISTRATIVE LEADERSHIP provided the information you need to begin to build your operational leadership capacity.
• ACHIEVING DESIRED OUTCOMES provided the information you need to begin to build your credibility, prioritize talent development, and focus on family engagement.
• ESTABLISHING EFFECTIVE SYSTEMS provided the information you need to build your operational leadership capacity, with attention to executing change, managing resources, and planning for growth and development.
• INFLUENCING ORGANIZATIONAL
• CLIMATE provided the information you need to build your operational leadership capacity, with special attention to increasing employee engagement.
Owner and Administrator20.2
Administrative Procedures - FundamentalsOperational leadership focuses primarily on management functions associated with supporting staff to achieve program outcomes, establishing effective systems, and influencing organizational climate.
• CUSTOMER SERVICE will provide you with the information you need to make a good first impression and maintain positive relationships.
• EMPLOYEE RELATIONS will provide you with the information you need to meet your school's recruitment and retention goals.
• FACILITY MANAGEMENT provided guidance related to the physical plant (the building itself) and its people and programs, too.
Owner and Administrator20.2
Approaching in an Anti-Bias WayThis training is designed to guide teachers and child care providers in implementing an anti-bias, multicultural approach in their class or program. This class will help them meet standards set by state quality initiatives and accreditation programs.
- Identify the rationale and goals of an anti-bias multicultural approach
- Reflect on their own biases and attitudes towards diversity
- Cite ways to respond to discrimination and stereotypes in the classroom
- Give examples of ways to respond to children's questions and comments
- Evaluate the classroom environment and materials to meet the goals of this approach
- Select appropriate books that meet the goals of this approach
- Compare appropriate and inappropriate ways to use this approach in the curriculum
- Give examples of appropriate activities to plan for young children
- Identify ways to ensure your program is welcoming and respectful to all families and children
Teachers and Administrators50.5
Becoming an In-Charge Team MemberYou will learn about the characteristics of and how to become an aspiring leader.
• Describe the leadership credentials for your position.
• Describe the characteristics of an aspiring leader.
• Understand the importance of your organization's vision, mission, and key tasks.
• Know how to appropriately respond to mistakes on your team.
• Utilize the L.A.C.E. method.
• Guide junior leaders.
Teachers and Administrators10.1
Becoming and Making Friends FirstThis class will review how children form early friendships and what you can do to promote positive social skills.
- Describe the stages of friendship
- List basic social skills
- Identify strategies for promoting social skills and building friendships
Teachers and Administrators10.1
Being UniqueThis training is designed for caregivers and educators of children of all ages. Students will learn how to recognize individual behavioral and learning styles and adapt learning activities and experiences appropriately.
- Identify characteristics which make each child unique
- Describe various temperaments and how they impact behavior
- Identify the three main sensory learning styles
- Determine the learning style of an individual child
- Give examples of how to adapt activities to meet the needs of a child who exhibits each learning style
Teachers and Administrators30.3
Child Development As A WholeThis class is an introductory overview of the principles of child development. Students will learn how heredity and environment can influence a child and their development.
- Match different developmental outlooks with specific theorists
- Identify the individual stages of different social and emotional development theories
- Identify the individual stages of learning and cognitive development
Teachers and Administrators20.2
Child Development: InfantsThis course is designed to provide targeted training to ECE teachers and staff of infant children to ensure each child is hitting their developmental milestones.
- Define the four different types of Child Development.
- Identify what affects a child’s development.
- Describe ways to promote ways to increase development for Infants.
- Understand how to talk to families about possible developmental issues.
Teachers and Administrators10.1
Child Development: ToddlersThis course is designed to provide targeted training to ECE teachers and staff of toddler children to ensure each child is hitting their developmental milestones.
- Define the four different types of Child Development.
- Identify what effects a child’s development.
- Describe ways to promote ways to increase development for Toddlers.
- Understand how to talk to families about possible developmental issues.
Teachers and Administrators10.1
Child Development: PreschoolThis course is designed to provide targeted training to ECE teachers and staff of Preschool children to ensure each child is hitting their developmental milestones.
1. Define the four different types of Child Development.
2. Identify what effects a child’s development.
3. Describe ways to promote ways to increase development for Preschool.
4. Understand how to talk to families about possible developmental issues.
Teachers and Administrators10.1
Child Development: School AgeThis course is designed to provide targeted training to ECE teachers and staff of school-age children to ensure each child is hitting their developmental milestones.
1. Define the four different types of Child Development.
2. Identify what effects a child’s development.
3. Describe ways to promote ways to increase development for School-Age.
4. Understand how to talk to families about possible developmental issues.
Teachers and Administrators10.1
Communicating with Confidence for Administrators and OwnersThis course will help you understand why self-confidence is an essential part of the character that teachers project. It will also provide you foundational information to help you develop an environment in which every teacher can build confidence.
• Recognize a person who needs a self-confidence boost.
• Establish an environment that fosters self-confidence by:
1. describing the value of your mission and key tasks in developing self-confidence in teachers.
2. documenting your processes to help establish a framework.
3. building psychological safety.
4. stating the characteristics of a fail-safe environment.
Owner and Administrators10.1
Communication with Confidence for StaffThis course will help you understand why self-confidence is an essential part of the character that you project. It will also provide you foundational information, in conjunction with your director's guidance, to help you thrive in an environment in which you can build confidence.
• Identify if you are person who needs a self-confidence boost.
• Recognize and promote an environment that fosters self-confidence by:
1. understanding the value of your school's mission.
2. assuming key tasks as assigned by your director in developing your self-confidence.
3. familiarizing yourself with appropriate documentation of your school's processes to help establish a framework.
4. working with your director to build psychological safety.
5. embracing the characteristics of a fail-safe environment.
Administrators10.1
Controlling Expenses for a More Profitable School for Administrators and OwnersThis course will provide you with several money saving techniques and help you effectively manage your variable and fixed expenses.
• Tactics for Controlling Costs
• Variable Costs
• Staff Expense
• Retaining Teammates
• The Costs of Turnover
• Benchmark Wages and Total Compensation
• Hire for Culture: Get the Right People on the Bus
Food
• Minimize Waste
• Buy Cheaply
• Classroom Supplies/Paper Products
Fixed Costs
• Rent
• Utilities
• Insurance
• Other
Owner and Administrators10.1
Creating In-Charge Team
Members
In this course, you will learn about the characteristics of a strong leader that, coupled with the strong management skills, will turn a skilled manager into a complete leader, and a new teacher into a candidate for bigger things in his/her future.

- Understand the difference between a manager and a leader.
- Describe the leadership credentials for which you should hire.
- Describe the characteristics of a leader.
- State the importance of the organization's vision, mission, and key tasks to creating an environment that will grow leaders.
- State the strategies and tactics for the key elements for fostering leaders:
1. Getting the right people in the right roles
2. Publishing the vision, mission, and key tasks
3. Establishing the Rules of the Road for delegation
4. Empowering and delegating by creating a fail-safe environment
5. Exercising initiative - don’t wait to be asked
6. Teaching people to exercise initiative enforcing standards
7. Training and mentoring
Owner and Administrators10.1
DAP Early LiteracyThroughout this course4, students will learn how literacy skills emerge and how to promote them through play and developmentally appropriate activities.
- Describe the importance of promoting early literacy
- List pre-reading skills and milestones
- ID developmentally appropriate early literacy practices
- Describe specific activities to develop early literacy
- List pre-writing skills and milestones
- Describe ways to promote emergent writing
Teachers and Administrators30.3
DAP Toys and ActivitiesThis training is designed for providers that are just learning about developmentally appropriate practices. This training will help them learn to apply this approach by selecting appropriate toys and art activities.
- Identify the purpose and main guidelines of developmentally appropriate practice
- List examples of developmentally appropriate art experiences
- List examples of developmentally appropriate toys for young children
Teachers and Administrators30.3
Discipline in a Positive WayThis training is designed for both novice and experienced child care providers who care for preschool age children. Participants will learn to identify common misbehaviors and how to prevent them; they will learn the goals and guidelines of positive discipline. Participants will also be actively involved in applying positive discipline techniques to help guide children and promote safe behavior and self-control.
- Identify goals and guidelines of positive discipline
- Identify common cause of misbehavior
- Given knowledge of causes of misbehavior, apply tactics to prevent misbehavior
- Use the goals and guidelines of positive discipline to design a list of appropriate classroom rules
- Identify and describe positive discipline techniques
- Given specific scenarios of children's behavior; implement positive discipline techniques
- Demonstrate tactics for children to learn appropriate social skills and to feel valued in a group
Teachers and Administrators30.3
Driving Peak Performance in An OrganizationThis course will enable you to identify and cultivate peak performance within yourself and in your organization. The next level is within your reach!
• Identify and describe the characteristics of a Peak Performer.
• Understand how to motivate and inspire peak performance.
• Understand the importance of being aligned with the 5 Cs.
• Understand how to maintain a positive culture in your School.
• Know how to build and invest in stronger relationships through communication.
Owner and Administrators10.1
Effects of Traumatic StressThis training will help the student learn about adverse childhood experiences and how to best to respond to children with traumatic stress or PTSD
- State the prevalence of traumatic stress in the U.S.
- List the potential causes of traumatic stress
- Identify signs of traumatic stress
- Explain the biological impact of traumatic stress
- Explain the behavioral impact of traumatic stress
- Explain the learning impact of traumatic stress
- List strategies for addressing traumatic stress
Teachers and Administrators40.4
Effects of Violence For ChildrenThis training class discusses the impact of direct and indirect exposure to violence on the development and well being of young children. Ways to support children and promote coping skills will also be covered.
- Identify the four main ways that children are exposed to violence
- Give examples of how children are exposed to violence in the media
- Identify the four ways that children can react to viewing television, movies, or video games with violent content
- List ways that children may react to direct exposure to violence
- List specific ways to help children cope with exposure to violence
Teachers and Administrators30.3
Emergency ProceduresThis course will expand on how to become properly prepared incase of potential emergencies.
• ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES to provide you with the information you need to be well-prepared for potential
emergencies.
• EVACUATION PROCEDURES provided you with the information you need to be well-prepared to evacuate or participate in practice drills.
• SPECIFIC INCIDENT RESPONSES provided you with the information you need to be well-prepared for utility disruptions, medical emergencies, and other situations.
Owner and Administrator20.2
Empathetic Communication This course provides you with tips for developing and using empathetic listening and communication skills in the childcare workplace
• Understand the importance of empathetic communication.
• Communicate effectively and empathetically to other team members.
• Utilize best practices in the childcare workplace.
• Deal with difficult conversations.
Owner and Administrators10.1
Encouraging Family RelationshipsThroughout this course, you will how to make real connections and forge valuable partnerships with the families that you serve. You will learn and get a better understanding of the importance of building these relationships.
- Identify the value of developing partnerships with families
- List potential difficulties and barriers to family involvement
- Show an awareness of the needs and concerns of families
- List specific ways to communicate and get families involved
- Identify ways to manage conflict with families
Teachers and Administrators30.3
Everything Speaks: How your Workplace Physical Environment Brands Your SchoolThis course will inform caregivers about the importance of attention to the physical environment and its influence on the school's brand. A focus on creating and maintaining your school environment, inside and outside, messages who you are, what you value, and catches the eyes of parents every day.
• Define brand.
• Identify four ways the physical environment can influence the brand of the school.
• Demonstrate appropriate actions that will maximize the brand of the school through the strategic care and maintenance of the physical environment.
Administrators10.1
Everything Speaks: Leadership That Uses Workplace Physical EnvironmentThis course will inform administrators (assistant directors/directors/owners) about the importance of attention to the physical environment and its influence on their school's brand. A focus on creating and maintaining your school environment-inside and outside-messages who you are and what you value and catches the eyes of parents every day.
• Define brand.
• Identify four ways the physical environment can influence the brand of the school.
• Demonstrate appropriate actions that will maximize the brand of the school through the strategic care and maintenance of the physical environment.
Administrators10.1
Excellence in Child Care Customer ServiceExcellent customer service is essential to every Childcare or Early Education Center. In this course you will learn:
• What customer service is
• Why customer service matters
• What excellent customer service is
• How to provide excellent customer service
Administrators10.1
Growing Revenue for a More Profitable School for Administrators and OwnersIn this course, you will learn some valuable steps to take toward improving your marketing efforts and increasing your revenue.
• Budgeting considerations for advertising and marketing
• Determining the right amount to spend on advertising and marketing
• Reviewing tactics to develop a great website
• Techniques for an effective Internet presence
• Gathering family feedback
• Traditional marketing efforts
Owners and Directors10.1
Helping Children With Seperation Anxiety In Your ClassroomStudents will learn about the causes of separation anxiety and how to manage both the child's emotions and behavior.
- Describe the importance and types attachment of young children
- Identify factors that lead to separation anxiety
- List ways to manage separation anxiety
Teachers and Administrators30.3
How To Handle Different Behaviors With FamiliesThis online childcare training will address how to work with parents when the child is exhibiting challenging behaviors in the classroom or program. Students will learn how to determine when and how to best approach families when they have a concern and how to work with them to improve the their behavior.
- State reasons when why a professional would wish to involve parents regarding behavioral concerns-
- Identify barriers to communication
- Identify possible reactions of family when hearing about concerns
- List strategies for developing a plan with families that address behavioral concerns
- Describe guidelines making referrals and/or suggestions for further information, support and help
Teachers and Administrators20.2
How to Manage Children with ADHD in Your ClassroomParticipants will learn more about ADHD and how to respond to children in their care that have it.
- State the incidence of ADHD in the United States
- Identify risk factors for ADHD
- Identify the characteristics of ADHD
- Name the types of treatment for ADHD
- Describe practical applications and modifications in the classroom
Teachers and Administrators10.1
How to Manage Children With Autism in Your ClassroomThis is an introductory class that will introduce the student to children with autism. Students will learn specific guidelines for adapting their programs to meet the needs of these children, as well as strategies for communicating with parents and working with other professionals.
- List the signs and symptoms of Autism and how a child is diagnosed
- Identify current rates of autism and its prevalence among sex and race
- List the laws regarding special needs students and their rights to care and education
- Describe how a child may enter their program
- Discuss specific strategies for helping an autistic child adapt to daily routines and structure, and adaptations to classroom activities
- Develop a plan for communications with parents, therapists, etc. while meeting the child's treatment plan or IEP
Teachers and Administrators20.2
Level Up a Happy WorkplaceWhat would you say if you were told you are in full control of your own happiness? During this course, we will cover how to look at how you interact with others and how you respond to difficult situations. This will include the reasons behind typical reactions and responses and strategies to help develop how you react in different situations.
Explain the difference between your perspective, your perception, and your attitude.
• Take control of your perspective.
• Evaluate your perception.
• Change your attitude.
• Identify and support change from workplace negativity.
Owners and Directors10.1
Managing Conflict in Child Care and Early EducationIn this training, you will learn to identify situations that may become or have become a conflict situation and how to appropriately respond to conflict in the childcare workplace. Conflict is a natural element of human communications, especially in an environment when teachers and staff spend a great deal of time in close quarters. It can cause undue stress and, in some instances, is used as a form of bullying. This course will provide strategies for how to respond to potential conflict and manage existing conflict.Owners and Directors10.1
Mixed Age GroupsThis training is designed for family daycare providers as well as center providers in multi-age classrooms. Participants will learn to manage mixed age groups while meeting the diverse needs of the group.
- Identify the benefits and challenges of multi-aged grouping
- List ways to adapt daily practices and routines to meet the needs of children in differing age groups.
- Utilize guidelines in choosing and adapting activities for mixed age groups
- Develop a project involving children in differing age groups.
Teachers and Administrators20.2
Montessori Operational Excellence: IntroductionThis course will focus on the importance of implementing the Montessori method. The underlying concept is that understanding, accepting, and implementing nontraditional ideologies and concepts is the first crucial element to properly implementing these methods in the classroom environment.Owners and Administrators10.1
Montessori Operational Excellence: Administrative Procedures -AdvancedThis course will provide you with the information on how to become a more efficient and productive leader in a childcare center.
• DEFINING ADMINISTRATIVE LEADERSHIP will provide you with the information you need to begin to build your operational leadership capacity.
• ACHIEVING DESIRED OUTCOMES will provide you with the information you need to begin to build your credibility, prioritize talent development, and focus on family engagement.
• ESTABLISHING EFFECTIVE SYSTEMS will provide you with the information you need to build your operational leadership capacity, with attention to executing change, managing resources, and planning for growth and development.
• INFLUENCING ORGANIZATIONAL CLIMATE will provide you with the information you need to build your
operational leadership capacity, with special attention to increasing employee engagement.
Administrators20.2
Montessori Operational Excellence: Administrative Procedures - FundamentalsThis course provides the information you need to make a good first impression and maintain positive relationships.
• EMPLOYEE RELATIONS provided the information you need to meet your school's recruitment and retention
goals.
• FACILITY MANAGEMENT provided guidance related to the physical plant (the building itself) and its people and programs.
Administrators20.2
Montessori Operational Excellence: Child Abuse and MaltreatmentIt is important for every childcare and educational professional to develop habits that protect children's safety
and well-being.
• CHILD ABUSE AND MALTREATMENT will provide you with the information you need to understand your legal and moral obligations.
Owners and Administrators10.1
Montessori Operational Excellence: CommunicationIt is important for every childcare professional to develop effective communication skills.
• COMMUNICATION will provide you with the information you need to interact with families in a positive, professional manner.
Owners and Administrators10.1
Montessori Operational Excellence: Emergency ProceduresIt's important for every childcare professional to develop habits that will protect children's safety and well-being in an emergency.
• ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES provided you with the information you need to be well-prepared for potential emergencies.
• EVACUATION PROCEDURES provided you with the information you need to be well-prepared to evacuate or participate in practice drills.
• SPECIFIC INCIDENT RESPONSES provided you with the information you need to be well-prepared for utility disruptions, medical emergencies, and other situations.
Owners and Administrators20.2
Montessori Operational Excellence: Medical AdministrationIt is important for every childcare professional to develop habits that protect children's health and well-being.
• MEDICATION ADMINISTRATION will provide you with the information you need to maintain a safe, healthy classroom environment for your young learners
Owners and Administrators10.1
Montessori Operational Excellence: Infants 6 weeks - 1 1/2 YearsYour classroom has a significant impact on families' impressions of our school.
• CLASSROOM ORGANIZATION provided you with the information you need to make a positive impression and to establish efficient classroom routines. It's important for every childcare professional to develop habits that protect children's health and well being.
• HEALTH & HYGIENE provided you with the information you need to maintain a healthy environment for our littlest learners.
• SAFETY provided you with the information you need to maintain a safe classroom environment for our littlest learners.
Teachers20.2
Montessori Operational Excellence: Toddlers 1 1/2 years - 3 YearsYour classroom has a significant impact on families' impressions of our school.
• CLASSROOM ORGANIZATION provided you with the information you need to make a positive impression and to establish efficient classroom routines. It's important for every childcare professional to develop habits that protect children's health and well being.
• HEALTH & HYGIENE provided you with the information you need to maintain a healthy environment for our littlest learners.
• SAFETY provided you with the information you need to maintain a safe classroom environment for our littlest learners.
Teachers20.2
Montessori Operational Excellence: Primary 3 Years - 6 YearsYour classroom has a significant impact on families' impressions of our school.
• CLASSROOM ORGANIZATION provided you with the information you need to make a positive impression and to establish efficient classroom routines. It's important for every childcare professional to develop habits that protect children's health and well being.
• HEALTH & HYGIENE provided you with the information you need to maintain a healthy environment for our littlest learners.
• SAFETY provided you with the information you need to maintain a safe classroom environment for our littlest learners.
Teachers20.2
Montessori Operational Excellence: Elementary 6 Years and OlderYour classroom has a significant impact on families' impressions of our school.
• CLASSROOM ORGANIZATION provided you with the information you need to make a positive impression and to establish efficient classroom routines. It's important for every childcare professional to develop habits that protect children's health and well being.
• HEALTH & HYGIENE provided you with the information you need to maintain a healthy environment for our littlest learners.
• SAFETY provided you with the information you need to maintain a safe classroom environment for our littlest leaners.
Teachers20.2
Motor SkillsIt is widely recognized that children need to have a lot of physical activity. Now, more than ever, childhood obesity is a concern. This class explores the benefits of movement in the classroom, as well as how to promote motor development. Discover how children can learn better by moving too.
- List reasons why movement and physical activity are important for young children
- Define the three principles of motor development
- Identify the 2 types of motor skills and learn how to promote them
- List 4 categories of movement and give examples of how to promote them in your program
- Give examples of how movement can reinforce content mastery of other subjects
- List new creative movement ideas
Teachers and Administrators20.2
Music Within Your ClassroomThis online class will show you ways to integrate music into all areas of the curriculum. Learn the benefits of music and how to promote musical expression!
- List benefits of music in early childhood education
- Identify ideas for a successful classroom music center
- Describe ways to use music in the classroom
Teachers and Administrators20.2
Operational Excellence - Child Abuse and MaltreatmentThis course will provide you with an understanding of your role in the protection of children within the childcare center.
• Provides guidance related to child abuse and maltreatment. Primary topics include mandated reporting, understanding abuse and maltreatment, preventative program strategies, and protective factors.
• Provide you with the information you need to understand your legal and moral obligations
Teachers and Administrators10.1
Operational Excellence - CommunicationThis course will teach will provide you with information on how to communicate on a professional level.
• It is important for every childcare professional to develop effective communication skills.
• Provide you with the information you need to interact with families in a positive, professional manner.
Teachers and Administrators10.1
Operational Excellence - Medication AdministrationThis course will teach staff their role in how to properly administer medication while keeping and maintaining health and safety in the childcare center.
• It's important for every childcare professional to develop habits that protect children's health and well-being.
• Provide you with the information you need to maintain a safe, healthy classroom environment for our young learners.
Teachers and Administrators10.1
Preventing and Managing Bullies in Your Childcare CenterAlthough bullying has been a problem for a long time, it is only recently that studies are showing the huge toll that it takes on the social and emotional lives of children. This class will help you understand why bullying occurs and give you techniques for responding to this behavior.
- Define bullying behavior
- List characteristics of bullies
- Give examples of ways to respond to victims
- Give examples of ways to respond to bullies and teach skills
Teachers and Administrators20.2
Preventing Misbehavior In Your ClassroomA pinch of prevention is worth a pound of cure! Stop many behavioral challenges before they start by understanding what causes misbehavior and how to prevent it.
- Identify common causes of misbehavior
- Given knowledge of causes of misbehavior, apply tactics to prevent misbehavior
- Use the goals and guidelines of positive discipline to design a list of appropriate classroom rules
Teachers and Administrators20.2
Public Relations Crisis Communication Planning for Administrators and Owners This course will teach Owners and Directors how to manage public relations communications in the event of a crisis, provide guidance on setting up a Crisis Communication Plan, and explore various crisis scenarios to learn effective ways of responding.
• Understand what a Crisis Communication Plan is.
• Identify ways of managing internal and external communications.
• Set up a Crisis Communication Plan for your school.
• Know effective ways of responding to a variety of crisis situations.
Owners and Directors10.1
Public Relations Crisis Communication for StaffThis course will teach staff their role in managing public relations communications in the event of a crisis, provide guidance as to how to respond when faced with a public relations crisis, and explore various scenarios to learn appropriate ways of responding.
• Understand what role they serve in a Crisis Communication Plan.
• Identify ways of managing internal and external communications.
• Effectively execute their appropriate role in a crisis situation.
• Know appropriate ways of responding to crisis situations.
Administrators10.1
Reducing TantrumsThis training is designed for experienced providers who care for young children. Participants will learn to identify common causes of temper tantrums and how to prevent them.
- Identify common causes of tantrums and ways to prevent them
- Describe various temperaments and how they impact behavior, especially tantrums
- List developmental reasons for tantrums
- Describe strategies for coping with tantrums
- List ways to help children develop self-control and manage strong emotions
- Identify warning signs
Teachers and Administrators40.4
Scheduling: The Secret Sauce to Staff Engagement You will learn the importance of having an effective system in place at your school for staff scheduling and will go over topics including your state's child-to-adult ratio, the potential impacts of being in or out of ratio, and some of the Early Care and Education industry's best practices.
Upon completion of this course, you will be able to...
• Explain what the adult-to-child ratio is and why it matters
• Explain the importance of having a staff schedule that maintains ratio
• List internal and external factors to consider when creating a schedule
• List recommended best practices for creating a schedule
• Create a schedule when given a set of variables and other criteria
Owners and Directors10.1
Skyrocketing EnrollmentsThis course will provide teachers, administrators, and directors the necessary tools to maximize enrollment opportunities by converting leads to enrolled students. It will give everyone a window into how best to engage leads from a variety of sources and give them specific processes that will lead to successful enrollment.
• Be able to discuss the value of generating and maintaining enrollment.
• Understand the steps in the Enrollment Cycle.
• Be able to describe the characteristics of your school’s market.
• Know the process for assessing your school for safety, cleanliness, learning, organization, and professionalism.
• Have a basic understanding of how to increase your school’s internet presence.
• Understand the value of family feedback.
• Know at least three processes you can use to secure and maintain enrollment.
Owners and Administrators10.1
Smart Staffing Part 1: Recruiting and Interviewing In this course, you will learn how to strengthen your childcare and educational business by building your human capital. Business owners and school leaders will learn:
• Essential guidelines and tips for recruiting talent that align with your core values and mission.
• Interview practices that help identify the right people for each open position within your organization.
Owner and Director10.1
Smart Staffing Part 2: Completing the Hiring ProcessIn this course, you will learn how to strengthen your childcare and educational business by building your human capital. Business owners and school leaders will learn:
• Important processes and next steps for completing the hiring process.
• Onboarding practices that prepare a new employee for a successful start.
Owner and Director10.1
STEM Skills With Building BlocksBlock play is a great way to explore STEM concepts. This class  includes ideas for promoting learning during block play.
- State the benefits of block play
- Identify how engineering and science content can be included in early childhood education.
- Describe guidelines for setting up a block area
- List the processes and stages of block play
- Discuss the role of the teacher during block play.
Teachers and Administrators20.2
StorytimeThis training is designed for both novice and experienced child care providers who care for preschool age children. Participants will learn to use books and literature with young children. Participants will also be actively involved in applying skills in choosing books and reading to young children.
- Identify the value of sharing literature and stories with children
- Choose appropriate books for children
- List ways to engage young listeners at storytime
- Promote creative storytelling
Teachers and Administrators20.2
Success Starts With Social And Emotional SkillsPreparing a child for school success is a lot more than ABCs and 123s. Learn concrete ways to promote social and emotional skills that will translate into school success down the line. 
- Understand that social and emotional skills are important for school readiness and success
- List key social and emotional skills that are needed for school success
- Identify how each skill is needed for academic success
- Give examples of ways to promote these important skills
Teachers and Administrators30.3
Supporting Strong School EnrollmentThis course focuses on the role school staff and teachers play in supporting enrollment. Staff and teachers are the faces of a school; they are the people who interact with children and families daily. These interactions influence a family’s desire to keep their child enrolled at a school, and also impact their willingness to refer a school to another family.
• Explain the importance of maintaining and increasing enrollment.
• Identify specific ways they directly impact current and prospective enrollment.
• Demonstrate appropriate actions that will help boost their school's enrollment
Administrators and Teachers10.1
TechnologyThis class will discuss and demonstrate ways early educators can use technology to enhance curriculum, communicate with families, support students with disabilities, and more.
- List guidelines for using technology in early childhood classrooms
- Identify challenges to incorporating technology into your classroom
- List benefits of incorporating technology into your classroom
- Identify how to evaluate appropriate apps and software
- List ways technology can enhance your curriculum
- Identify the use of assistive technology
Teachers and Administrators30.3
The Power of NewbornsNewborns have always been a mystery right from the time they are born. Throughout this course, you will learn more about how amazing and smart a newborn is right from the beginning and better understand their capabilities.
- Identify the sensory capabilities of the newborn child
- Describe a newborn's reflexes and motor skills
- List states of awareness in newborn children
- Describe how newborns learn
- Identity the language capabilities of the newborn child
- Describe the social and emotional capabilities of the newborn child
- List ways to interact and promote the development of the newborn child
Teachers and Administrators10.1
The Power of ObservationThis is an introductory class that will introduce using observation in a childcare setting. Observation of children is an important skill to learn. It will help you build your general knowledge of children as well as contribute to your understanding of individual children.
- List reasons why observation is an important tool for child care providers
- Label statements as objective or subjective
- Identify main observation techniques
- Describe how observation can be used in a child care setting
Teachers and Administrators20.2
The Power of PlayThis training is designed for caregivers and educators of children of all ages. Students will learn about the importance of play in the early childhood curriculum as well as ways to support and promote learning through play.
- State the general benefits of play
- Identify specific skills that are learned through play activities
- Identify how to meet developmental goals with play activities
- List ways that a provider can support and encourage learning through play
- Use observation to determine what a child is learning during play
- Select and evaluate toys for learning
Teachers and Administrators30.3
Theories Behind Child DevelopmentThis class is an overview of the principles and domains of child development. Students will learn how heredity and environment can influence the course of development.
- Identify when transitions are problematic for classroom management
- List ways to reduce transition times in the daily routine
- Describe ways to ease transition time and improve classroom management
- List strategies for managing specific transition times in the daily routine
Teachers and Administrators20.2
Time Management: The Art of Getting Things DoneWe often look at time as an ever-flowing stream to an ocean that is endless and boundless.  Each day brings more time, but also more Tasks.  In the Early Care and Education world, as an Administrator or as a teacher we quite often do not seem to have a feeling of accomplishment.
• Identify stratagies to maintain time
• Will be able to identify and prioratize different tasks given
• Understand the importance of time management
Teachers and Administrators10.1
TransitionsThis training is designed for caregivers and educators of children of all ages. Students will learn how to plan for and manage smoother transition times in the classroom. This course includes many specific ideas for nap time, cleanup time, waiting times and more!
- Identify when transitions are problematic for classroom management
- List ways to reduce transition times in the daily routine
- Describe ways to ease transition time and improve classroom management
- List strategies for managing specific transition times in the daily routine
Teachers and Administrators20.2
Tour Like a Rockstar: Part 1This course will walk you through one of the most important aspects of school enrollment: how to successfully generate leads that turn into scheduled tours of your school.
• Generate tour inquiries.
• Successfully engage with prospective families.
• Prepare teachers for a tour.
• Prepare the school for the tour.
Owners and Directors10.1
Tour Like a Rockstar: Part 2In this course, you will learn the elements necessary to successfully convert a school tour into an enrollment.
• Know the steps to giving a successful school tour.
• Understand the importance of engaging families throughout the tour experience.
• Be equipped to close the enrollment.
• Know the value of strong follow-up.
Owners and Directors10.1
Understanding Your Profit and Loss Statement- for OwnersThis course will help you understand the importance of a basic document, the Profit and Loss (P&L) statement. The P&L statement is used to reflect the performance of the child care as a business. As a result, you can continue to provide a great environment for your wonderful children and employment for your staff.
• Describe the basics of a P&L statement
1. General concepts and organization
2. Revenue
3. Expense categories
4. Percentages
5. Net income/cash flow/profit
6. Variable expenses
7. Fixed expenses
• Use the P&L for forecasting
Owners10.1
Welcoming EveryoneThis class will help you find ways to ensure your program is welcoming and respectful to all families and children
- Identify ways to make new families feel welcome in your program
- Identify ways to make new children feel welcome in your program
- List ways to manage separation anxiety
Teachers and Administrators10.1
Working with Children 6 weeks to 12 monthsThis course is designed to provide targeted training to ECE teachers and staff of children aged six weeks to twelve months, to ensure the day-to-day implementation of procedures, processes, and routines that:
1. Adhere to best practices for schools, early learning centers, and childcare centers
2. Create a safe and nurturing environment for children
3. Allow staff to be successful in their role.
• CLASSROOM ORGANIZATION provided you with the information you need to make a positive impression and to establish efficient classroom routines.
• HEALTH & HYGIENE provided you with the information you need to maintain a healthy environment for our littlest learners.
• SAFETY provided you with the information you need to maintain a safe classroom environment for our littlest learners.
Teachers and Administrators20.2
Working with Children 12 - 24 monthsThis course is designed to provide targeted training to ECE teachers and staff of children aged twelve months to twenty four months, to ensure the day-to-day implementation of procedures, processes, and routines that:
1. Adhere to best practices for schools, early learning centers, and childcare centers
2. Create a safe and nurturing environment for children
3. Allow staff to be successful in their role.
• CLASSROOM ORGANIZATION provided you with the information you need to make a positive impression and to establish efficient classroom routines.
• HEALTH & HYGIENE provided you with the information you need to maintain a healthy environment for our littlest learners.
• SAFETY provided you with the information you need to maintain a safe classroom environment for our littlest learners.
Teachers and Administrators20.2
Working with 2 -Year Old ChildrenThis course is designed to provide targeted training to ECE teachers and staff of two year old children, to ensure the day-to-day implementation of procedures, processes, and routines that:
1. Adhere to best practices for schools, early learning
centers, and childcare centers
2. Create a safe and nurturing environment for children
3. Allow staff to be successful in their role.
• CLASSROOM ORGANIZATION provided you with the information you need to make a positive impression and to establish efficient classroom routines.
• HEALTH & HYGIENE provided you with the information you need to maintain a healthy environment for our littlest learners.
• SAFETY provided you with the information you need to maintain a safe classroom environment for our littlest learners.
Teachers and Administrators20.2
Working with 3 and 4 -Year Old ChildrenThis course is designed to provide targeted training to ECE teachers and staff of three and four year old children, to ensure the day-to-day implementation of procedures, processes, and routines that:
1. Adhere to best practices for schools, early learning centers, and childcare centers.
2. Create a safe and nurturing environment for children.
3. Allow staff to be successful in their role.
• CLASSROOM ORGANIZATION provided you with the information you need to make a positive impression and to establish efficient classroom routines.
• HEALTH & HYGIENE provided you with the information you need to maintain a healthy environment for our littlest learners.
• SAFETY provided you with the information you need to maintain a safe classroom environment for our littlest learners.
Teachers and Administrators20.2
Working with Children: InfantsThis course is designed to provide targeted training to ECE teachers and staff of children aged six weeks to eighteen months, to ensure the day-to-day implementation of procedures, processes, and routines that:
1. Adhere to best practices for schools, early learning centers, and childcare centers
2. Create a safe and nurturing environment for children
3. Allow staff to be successful in their role.
• CLASSROOM ORGANIZATION provided you with the information you need to make a positive impression and to establish efficient classroom routines.
• HEALTH & HYGIENE provided you with the information you need to maintain a healthy environment for our littlest learners.
• SAFETY provided you with the information you need to maintain a safe classroom environment for our littlest learners.
Teachers and Administrators20.2
Working with Children: ToddlerThis course is designed to provide targeted training to ECE teachers and staff of 18 months to 3 years old children, to ensure the day-to-day implementation of procedures, processes, and routines that:
1. Adhere to best practices for schools, early learning
centers, and childcare centers
2. Create a safe and nurturing environment for children
3. Allow staff to be successful in their role.
• CLASSROOM ORGANIZATION provided you with the information you need to make a positive impression and to establish efficient classroom routines.
• HEALTH & HYGIENE provided you with the information you need to maintain a healthy environment for our littlest learners.
• SAFETY provided you with the information you need to maintain a safe classroom environment for our littlest learners.
Teachers and Administrators20.2
Working with School-Age ChildrenThis course is designed to provide targeted training to ECE teachers and staff of school-age children, to ensure the day to-day implementation of procedures, processes, and routines that:
1. Adhere to best practices for schools, early learning centers, and childcare centers.
2. Create a safe and nurturing environment for children.
3. Allow staff to be successful in their role.
• CLASSROOM ORGANIZATION provided you with the information you need to make a positive impression and to establish efficient classroom routines.
• HEALTH & HYGIENE provided you with the information you need to maintain a healthy environment for our littlest learners.
• SAFETY provided you with the information you need to maintain a safe classroom environment for our littlest learners.
Teachers and Administrators20.2
Working With Your Mentor: A Course for StudentsIn this course, ECE teachers and staff will learn to participate as mentees in a mentoring experience with an ECE mentor. In this course, mentee participants will complete lessons that cover their roles in relation to first days of work, position information, staff procedures and regulations, security procedures, health and safety, routine cleaning, meal, and rest routines.Teachers and Administrators80.8
Working with Your Student: A Course for MentorsIn this course, ECE teachers and staff will learn to provide a mentoring experience for other ECE staff. In this course, mentor participants will complete lessons that teach them how to mentor a new employee on their first days of work, position information, staff procedures and regulations, security procedures, health and safety, routine cleaning, meal, and rest routines.Owner, Administrators80.8
About Adult LearningThis training is designed for trainers, adult educators and child care directors. Adult learners are very different from children. Therefore, it is important that training is geared towards their particular needs and dispositions. This class reviews basic principles and practices for teaching adults.
- Identify what motivates adult learners
- State the different learning styles of adult learners
- State and give examples of the complexity of adult learning
Owner and Administrators20.2
Adventurous and Messy Play:Risks and RewardsThis online child care training will address both the concerns and benefits of adventurous and messy play. Participants will explore ways to promote this type of play while keeping children safe.
- Identify the benefits to adventurous play
- List guidelines to talk to admin about it, how to talk to parents about
- State how to manage risk and liability
- Describe ways to promote adventurous and messy play
Teachers and Administrators30.3
Adopting a Child Initiated ApproachParticipants will learn the value of child-initiated play and activities.  This class includes strategies for employing a child initiated approach in the classroom.
- List the benefits of child-initiated curriculum
- List ways to design an environment that encourages child-initiated play
- Describe strategies for supporting child-initiated play
- Identify the steps in the project approach
Teachers and Administrators30.3
Caring for Yourself as a Child Care ProviderThis training is designed to help family daycare home childcare providers avoid burnout. This training will help you learn how to care for yourself while caring for children.
- Recognize the importance of knowing yourself, both strengths and weaknesses
- Identify your stressors
- Identify your personal coping mechanisms for stress
- Set goals and list the steps needed to achieve them
- Identify ways to improve the work environment
- Recognize the need for self-nurturing
- Create and employ your own self-care routines
Teachers and Administrators30.3
Classroom Conversations that Really MatterOne of the strongest methods for supporting learning in the early childhood classroom is still authentic opportunities to talk! This session presents a highly effective framework for four types of communication that teachers can use to be intentional about fostering a culture of quality communication in their learning environments.
- Describe the importance of classroom conversations
- Identify guidelines for promoting conversation with young children.
- List the four types of classroom conversations/discourses and describe strategies for each.
Teachers and Administrators20.2
Classroom Environments: Setting the Stage for Play and LearningYou have a great opportunity to shape the experiences and learning of children in your care just by how you arrange the environment.This class will show how the environment can influence and support your program goals. You will also learn specific strategies to help you design a great place for children to learn and play! This class is designed for providers in toddler and preschool classrooms.
- Identify how the environment can influence young children
- Identify how a given value can be reflected in environmental design
- List ways that they can design an environment to meet the needs of children
- Use basic principles of room design and classroom organization to design/arrange a room
- Use a checklist to evaluate a child care environment
- Identify at least three ways that they can account for other issues when designing an environment for children
- Describe skills that are promoted in various learning centers
- List appropriate materials for learning centers
Teachers and Administrators30.3
Cooking Up Some FunCooking activities are a fun way to promote learning across many domains of development. Students will discover great strategies and ideas in this class.
- Identify steps to take before cooking with children
- List skills that children can learn by cooking
- Describe how to best involve all children in the activity
- Identify the best ways to choose and recipes for cooking activities
Teachers and Administrators10.1
Family EngagementThis class will help you promote family engagement and assess program practices related to family engagement. You will find concrete ways to build excitement and commitment with your families involvement with your program. 
- Identify the difference between family involvement and family engagement
- List Relationship-Based Competencies to Support Family Engagement
- Describe strategies to encourage family engagement
Teachers and Administrators20.2
Gather 'Round for Circle TimeThis is a class that will help providers improve their curriculum. You will learn how to plan for a developmentally appropriate circle time that has value and interest for all children in your program
- List 5 benefits for including a circle time in your program
- Identify basic guidelines and activities for a successful circle time
- Describe ways to make circle time developmentally appropriate and engaging
Teachers and Administrators10.1
Growing Young GardenersWhat could be more appealing for young children than an opportunity to play in the dirt, to be creative and to watch things grow? Gardening with young children can be both fun and educational. Learn the value of gardening activities and find some cool ideas!
- Identify the value of gardening activities
- Describe how gardening promotes the learning of science concepts
- List basic tips for gardening with young children
- Choose appropriate plants for young children to grow
- List other activities to help children learn about plants and gardening
Teachers and Administrators10.1
Nuts about Nutrition - Feeding, Learning and More!Child care programs play an important role in helping young children develop good eating habits.Children in care settings may receive half or more of their daily nutritional needs while in care. Snack and mealtimes are an important part of the day. Learn how to promote good nutrition and manage snack and mealtimes.
- Describe nutrition guidelines for young children
- Identify how to teach young children about nutrition
- Describe developmental eating milestones
- Establish policy and routines around meal and snack times
- List other skills children can learn during meal and snack times
- Describe ways to respond to a picky eater
- Identify how to keep snack and meal time safe
- List healthy and appealing snack ideas
Teachers and Administrators30.3
Open the Door to Outdoor Fun and LearningResearch shows that children are spending half as much time outside as they did 20 years ago - and much more time doing "inside" activities. This class will highlight the many benefits of outdoor activities and show the student how to promote fun and learning in an outdoor setting.
- Identify the benefits of outdoor play
- Choose age appropriate activities for young children
- Give examples for designing a great outdoor learning area
- Identify ways to promote outdoor play
Teachers and Administrators10.1
Potty Training in Child CareThis training class reviews the importance of readiness and gives guidelines for potty training in a child care program.
- Identify the main signs that a child is ready for potty training
- Describe appropriate procedures for potty training in a child care program
- Develop a potty training policy for a child care program
Teachers10.1
Preschool MathThis training is designed to guide teachers and child care providers in implementing math curricular activities and learning into the preschool program .You do not have to have a degree in physics to help young children in your early childhood program learn about math. The rudiments of a math curriculum start with the child and the world around them. This online workshop lesson will guide you in helping children learn about math as they explore and discover and have fun!
- Identify the sequence of development of math concepts Identify main math skills and concepts
- Give examples of both planned and incidental math learning experiences
- List appropriate materials for a math discovery classroom area
Teachers and Administrators30.3
Preschool Science: A scense of Wonder and DiscoveryThis training is designed to guide teachers and child care providers in carrying out science curricular activities and learning into the preschool program You do not have to have a degree in biology or own chemistry set to help young children in your early childhood program learn about science. The rudiments of a science curriculum start with the child and the world around them. This online workshop lesson will guide you in helping children learn about science as they explore and discover and have fun!
- Identify main science skills and concepts
- Give examples of both planned and incidental science learning experiences
- List appropriate materials for a science discovery classroom area
- Conduct age-appropriate science experiments with children
Teachers and Administrators20.2
Reporting ConcernsThis training is designed for caregivers, educators and administrators of child care programs or schools. Students will learn how to determine when and how to best approach families when they have a concern about a child's development or behavior and wish to make a referral.
- Identify whether or not it is appropriate to approach parents with a concern about a child's behavior and/or development
- Describe guidelines for talking with families, and making referrals and/or suggestions for early intervention
- Identify possible reactions of family when hearing about concerns
- List resources for intervention services
Teachers and Administrators30.3
Rest Time or Chaos Time?Here are some tips to make rest time a truly pleasant and restful time of the day.
- List the importance of adequate sleep for young children
- Identify the sleep needs for different children
- Identify criteria for safe sleep environments
- State the importance of supervision during rest time
- Choose appropriate ways to transition children to and from rest time
- Identify ways to manage rest time for non-nappers
Teachers and Administrators20.2
Routines and Relationships: Responsive Infant and Toddler CareParticipants will learn how responsive caregiving forms the foundation of building relationships and sets the stage for development and learning.
- Identify the importance of responsive care
- Demonstrate an awareness of children's needs
- Give examples on how to make routines valuable interactions and learning experiences for young children
- Describe the benefits of continuity of care
Teachers and Administrators20.2
Supporting Dual Language Learners in the ClassroomThis online child care training is designed to guide teachers and child care providers in implementing dual language programing in the class, center or school. This class will review language acquisition and strategies for supporting diverse language learners.
- Identify who are dual language learners
- State the importance of meeting the needs of dual language learners
- Describe language acquisition in dual language learners
- Describe ways to prepare a program that supports dual language learners.
- Identify strategies for supporting dual language learning and development.
Teachers and Administrators20.2
Talking to Children About Race and BiasWhen we teach children early on that it's OK to talk about race, we help them to understand, respect, and appreciate the differences between people.
- State why it is important to talk to children about race and bias
- Identify how children become aware of race
- Give examples of ways to respond to children's questions and comments
- Cite ways to respond to discrimination and stereotypes in the classroom
- Identify the impact of implicit bias
Teachers and Administrators20.2
Toddlers: Terrific or Terrible?Power struggles, whining, temper tantrums, defiance, clingy, moody and selfish. These words are all used to describe toddlers, but so are the words, eager, affectionate, curious, playful and trusting. Learn why they are a little bit of both!
- Identify causes of temper and moodiness and ways to promote emotional skills
- Explain why toddlers have power struggles and describe appropriate ways to respond
- State why toddlers have difficulty sharing and can seem selfish
- Explain reasons for separation anxiety and clinginess
Teachers20.2
Understanding and Responding to BitingThis training will help child care providers learn how to prevent and manage biting. One of the most troublesome child behaviors, from a parent’s perspective, is biting. This is true whether the child is the aggressor or the victim. However, biting in child care is a very common behavior from the time children start teething all the way through their toddler years.
- Identify the main reasons that young children bite
- List ways to prevent and respond to biting
- Develop a policy on biting to share with parents
Teachers and Administrators10.1
While the Children Play: Your RoleMany programs recognize the value of play and allot time and materials for play. However, teachers and providers often view this is a time that children are self-sufficient and will use this time to rest or complete other management tasks. In fact, playtime is the key time and opportunity to promote learning and social skills. This class will show you how.
- State how a classroom environment influences play
- List what you can learn by observing children while they play
- Give examples of how to promote and facilitate play
Teachers and Administrators10.1
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