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1 Infant/Toddler Professional Caregiver Certificate (I/T 121) A formal online training series of six separate modules providing an opportunity to build Infant/Toddler training hours and earn a professional development certificate Runs August 24, January 31, 2016 Targeted Needs Training Come join T/TAS and your colleagues for an on-line training experience designed to address your interests and encourage reflection and networking. Materials and activities will be available 24/7 for each of the six modules, August 24, January 31, As a registered participant, you will be able to access the training any place you have Internet access and can complete assignments at your own pace. This 121-hour Infant/Toddler on-line training offers teachers, home visitors, and supervisors the opportunity to enhance their knowledge of Early Head Start and Infant/Toddler understanding and to exchange ideas with staff throughout the nation. Content is appropriate for staff working with infants, toddlers, and families in Early Head Start, Head Start, Public Schools, Child Care, Family Child Care and other programs. The Infant/Toddler Professional Caregiver Certificate (I/T 121) is an excellent way for programs to offer new employees an orientation to Early Head Start, provide staff with professional learning opportunities that can be used to earn an Infant/Toddler CDA, renew an existing I/T CDA, or as a way to meet individualized training needs/interests based on their targeted professional development plan. Training Topics I/T 121 is divided into the following six modules: Overview of the Performance Standards (1 hour) Early Childhood Health, Safety & Nutrition (24 hours) Professional Learning (24 hours) Infant/Toddler Learning Environments & Curriculum (24 hours) Introduction to Assessment of Young Children and Their Environment (24 hours) Family & Community Partnerships (24 hours) Training Techniques This training is online and all instructions and materials will be available via individual login access using an Adobe Connect online learning platform. Training techniques will include the review of meaningful resources including articles, videos, audio clips, web sites, and PowerPoint presentations. An interactive exchange on the discussion board will enrich the learning and encourage networking. Practical training assignments will allow each participant to practice skills addressed. An official recognition of training hours completed will be provided for each individual module successfully completed. Participants are responsible for completion of the module(s) within the stated time frame.

2 Learning Outcomes by Modules Module 1 - Overview of Performance Standards: Participants will recognize the impact that the Performance Standards have in the everyday roles and responsibilities of Head Start and Early Head Start programs. Module 2 - Early Childhood Health, Safety, and Nutrition: Infants and toddlers are growing and changing at an amazing pace! Each day brings exciting new skills and abilities, and yes, challenges. Families entrust their littlest ones to our care, having confidence that we are prepared to safely guide them through each day. Focusing on medical, nutritional, oral, socio-emotional, and safety expectations, this module will guide the learner through the key comprehensive health mandates required to competently support our young students. Federal and state directives as well as quality best practices will be addressed. Regulations and resources will be shared. Expect interactive as well as self-directed learning experiences. Module 3 - Professional Learning: What does it mean to be an Early Childhood Professional? This module will allow participants to explore the nuts and bolts of professional learning. Participants will engage in activities designed to examine professional ethics and behaviors, making professional development plans, exploring early childhood professional organizations and other exciting professional learning opportunities. Module 4 - Infant-Toddler Learning Environments & Curriculum: Participants will examine the overall development of infants and toddlers, review developmental milestones, and examine developmentally appropriate practices in the everyday routine of caring for infants and toddlers. Participants will also explore what curriculum means and how it applies in the infant/toddler program. Module 5 - Introduction to Assessment of Young Children and Their Environment: This module offers teachers, caregivers, and home-visitors working with children birth to five, and their supervisors the opportunity to study the complex topic of child assessment and exchange ideas with others throughout the nation. Participants will address the following topics: Purpose of Observation and Assessment Assessment Related Terms, Definitions, and Resources Effective Assessment Practices and Methods Assessment Results for Planning Collaboration With Professionals and Families Assessment of Learning Environment Module 6 - Family & Community Partnerships: Head Start and Early Head Start offers parents opportunities and support for growth, so that they can identify their own strengths, needs and interests, and find their own solutions. Head Start also serves families within the context of the community and recognizes many other agencies and groups who work with the same families. The objectives for this module are to: Help staff support parents as they identify and meet their own goals and nurture the development of their children in the context of their family and culture; Ensure that programs collaborate with partners in their communities in order to provide the highest level of services to children and families; Foster the development of a continuum of family centered services; and Advocate for a community that shares responsibility for the healthy development of children and families.

3 Meet CDA or CDA Renewal Requirements Completing all 6 modules, within the stated time frames, will earn 121 clock hours that can help you earn a CDA or to keep your CDA current. Anyone completing all 121 hours will receive an official endorsement of formal coursework that can be used to meet the CDA education requirements. CEUs 2.4 CEUs will be offered for completion of individual modules 2-6. Participants must finish all training activities within completion periods and file required paperwork if requesting CEU credit. Registration Fees Module 1 - The Standard Registration Fee is $150 per person. Members of Service may qualify for the Subscriber Rate of $100 per person.* Anticipated completion is 7 working days. Modules 2-6 individually - The Standard Registration Fee is $350 per person per module. Members of Your Service may qualify for the Subscriber Rate of $325 per person per module.* Successful completion of the module(s) will require participants to spend 3-5 hours a week per module on activities, discussions, and assignments. If registering for 3 or more Modules from Modules If you enroll in 3 or more Modules from Modules 2-6, the Standard Registration Fee for each Module is only $300 per person. Members of Service may qualify for the Subscriber Rate of $275 per person.* All Modules must be completed within the stated time frame. For details on registering, including information on earning 2.4 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) per module for modules 2-6, please see page 5. Discounts are available when registering more than 7 participants (call T/TAS for discount information). *Some restrictions may apply based on the level of your subscription; please visit for information on how to become a subscriber. Important Participation Considerations Participants must register individually and must have a current, valid and active individual address to participate. Groups of individuals cannot participate using a single address. Participants may experience delays in accessing the training based upon the speed and reliability of their Internet access. We recommend a high speed connection. If using Windows, access via Microsoft Internet Explorer 8, 9, 10, 11; Mozilla Firefox; or Google Chrome. If using Mac OS, access via Mozilla Firefox; Apple Safari; Google Chrome. An up-to-date version of Adobe Flash will work best. For full tech specifications, including access via mobile devices or Linux, go to html. Before the module(s) start date, registrants will receive an introductory with computer preparation instructions, followed by a second immediately before the start date with login instructions. All materials for the training will be provided online and participants may access them at whatever time is convenient within the training period. Each module will include at least one quiz or exam that must be passed with a 70% or higher score in order to complete any or each individual module.

4 Your Presenters Amy Hood, Infant/Toddler & Early Childhood Specialist, has a Doctorate in Child and Youth Studies, a Master s in Early Childhood, and a B.S. in Child Development. She is also an expert on Early Head Start, a faculty member at Western Kentucky University, and the Director for the WKU Child Care Resource & Referral. Dr. Amy Hood has worked extensively with Early Head Start administrators and caregivers since Early Head Start began. She was an EHS Coordinator with a Wave I program and has provided training and technical assistance to Early Head Start programs across the United States. Certified in all four modules of the Program for Infant-Toddler Caregivers, she also has an extensive background in child development. Paula Mydlenski, MS, RD, CDN, a nationally acclaimed speaker and writer, has worked for more than 34 years with Head Start and Early Head Start. Paula is CLASS-reliable, a CDA Representative, an I Am Moving, I Am Learning Facilitator, and a certified Cavity-Free Kids trainer. She is also a registered and licensed dietitian, WestED Program for Infant & Toddler Caregiver Modules I-IV certified trainer, and has certificates in Infant Mental Health, Partners for a Healthy Baby Prenatal Home Visiting curriculum, and Administering the Ages & Stages Social & Emotional Questionnaire. Jennifer Pecot, Family & Community Partnerships Specialist, is available to provide training and technical assistance in the areas of parent and community involvement, family partnership agreements, ERSEA, health and nutrition in family services, and fatherhood initiatives. She also has extensive experience training Head Start and Early Head Start Boards and Policy Councils. Jennifer has a B.S. degree in Human Development from Seattle University, and is certified in all four modules of the Program for Infant/Toddler Caregivers (PITC) for infant and toddler services. Janie Sailors, RN, BSN, NCSN, Health & Early Head Start Specialist, recognizes that comprehensive Head Start health services require addressing the whole child. Her extensive experiences as Health Manager, medical professional, and engaging trainer uniquely prepare her to tackle confusing mandates and regulations as well as compelling health issues in the early childhood education setting. Certified by the Program for Infant and Toddler Caregivers (PITC) in Modules I-IV, Janie appreciates the vital role competent caregivers play in Early Head Start. As part of the TTAS Team, Janie works to develop and refine the medical, mental, nutritional, and oral health skills of Head Start Health Managers and their program partners. Connie Jo Smith, Instructional Design Specialist, is semi-retired and spends much of her time playing! Her professional passions include exploring play, encouraging curiosity and problem solving in children and adults, designing professional development learning opportunities, and writing for the practitioner. Connie Jo has contributed to the early care and education field as a teacher of young children; director of for-profit and non-profit child care, and Head Start programs; administrator of state and foundation programs; child care resource and referral administrator; child studies faculty member teaching undergraduate and graduate classes; instructional design graduate faculty member; and an author. Her academic background includes an Ed.D in Instructional Technology & Distance Education, an Ed. S. in Elementary & Early Curriculum & Instruction, and an M.A. in Elementary Education with an Early Childhood Area of Concentration. Christopher Watkins, Executive Director of T/TAS, and Management & Finance Specialist, Chris has a wealth of experience in providing training and consultation to Head Start grantees and is an expert in the areas of community assessment, strategic planning, and program evaluation. He has developed and presented hundreds of management and supervision workshops throughout the U.S., including annual seminars on the Federal monitoring review process. He has a Certificate in Non-Profit Management from Duke University, an M.A. in Economics from American University, and a B.A. in Government and an M.B.A. from Western Kentucky University. (T/TAS reserves the right to substitute presenters.)

5 Registering for T/TAS Events Registration forms will not be processed unless accompanied by payment, credit card info, or Purchase Order. Registrations will be accepted until the module fills. Due to the requirements of the Adobe Connect online learning platform, unless the event fills first, registrations for this event must be received prior to one week before the training start date. To Register On-Line: To register for any T/TAS event, visit our web site at locate the event you wish to register for, and then click on the Register button. To Register By Mail: Complete and return the attached Registration Form with check, money order, or Purchase Order (made out to T/TAS), or with Credit Card info (Visa, MasterCard, or Discover) to: T/TAS, 1906 College Heights Boulevard, #11031, Bowling Green, Kentucky Please do not send certified or express mail registration forms as it will delay your registration. Please call if you need assistance. To Register By Fax: Complete and fax the attached Registration Form with Purchase Order or Credit Card (Visa, MasterCard, or Discover) information to our office at or Payment Requirements: Registration forms will not be processed unless accompanied by payment, credit card info, or Purchase Order. Confirmation of Registration: Registrations will be confirmed by . If you do not receive a confirmation within two days of registering for the event, please contact Mike Hartz at Cancellations/Substitutions Policy: To obtain a refund of registration fees, cancellations must be received in writing at least 2 business days before the training start date. Once the class begins, no refunds will be provided. Continuing Education Units (CEUs): Western Kentucky University offers Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for participants successfully completing a T/TAS training seminar. To apply for CEUs, please complete the appropriate section of your registration form and include an additional fee of $25 per person. 2.4 CEUs will be offered for completion of individual modules 2-6. Participants must finish all training activities within the training completion period and file required paperwork if requesting CEU credit.

6 Event Registration Form PLEASE COMPLETE ALL FIELDS AND print name & position of person attending exactly as it should appear on the name tag. Copy form as necessary for registering additional persons. Name of Participant: Position: Participant s Address: Agency/Program: Address: City: State: Zip: Phone: Fax: Enrollment is Limited: Due to the requirements of the Adobe Connect online training software, unless the event fills first, registrations for this event must be received prior to one week before the training start date. Cancellations/Substitutions Policy: To obtain a refund of registration fees, cancellations must be received in writing no later than 2 days before the training start date. Once the class begins, no refunds will be provided. Participants are responsible for completion of module(s) within the stated time frame. infant/toddler Professional Caregiver Certificate (I/T 121) August 24, January 31, 2016 SELECT YOUR MODULE/S CIRCLE YOUR Corresponding fee TOTAL your costs Modules Available Module 1 - Overview of Performance Standards Standard Service Subscribers* $150 $100 If registering for 3 or more of the below Modules, use the discounted rate of $300 for Standard or $275 for T/TAS At Your Service Subscriber Module 2 - Early Childhood Health, Safety, and Nutrition or $300 (discount) or $275 (discount) * Subscribers, please include your program s Service Enrollment No. below: Some restrictions may apply; visit for information on becoming a Service Subscriber Module 3 - Professional Learning Module 4 - Infant-Toddler Learning Environments & Curriculum Module 5 - Introduction to Assessment of Young Children and Their Environment Module 6 - Family & Community Partnerships Check if requesting 2.4 CEUs (available for Modules 2-6 only) from Western Kentucky University and include an additional $25 per selected module in payment. CALCULATE AND ENTER YOUR TOTAL FEE: $ Discounts are also available when registering more than 7 participants. Call T/TAS for discount information Check Method of Payment: Payment Requirements - Registration forms will not be processed unless accompanied by payment, credit card info, or Purchase Order. Check payable to T/TAS. Purchase Order No. payable to T/TAS Credit Card (Mastercard, Visa, Discover only): Expiration Date: Signature: Visa Card Users, please include 3-digit CV number from back of card: Return by Mail to: OR Return by Fax to: or T/TAS 1906 College Heights Boulevard #11031 Bowling Green, Kentucky EIN

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