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Date/Time: 
August 23, 2018 - 7:00pm
Location: 
College Park, GA
Competency Goals:
  • ECE 1.1
    Using knowledge of young children's characteristics, cultural and linguistic backgrounds, and their needs to plan appropriate and responsive learning experiences
  • ECE 1.2
    Using knowledge of the multiple influences on development and learning to create inclusive and responsive learning environments
  • ECE 1.3
    Using developmental knowledge to create healthy, respectful, supportive, and stimulating learning environments and relationships
  • ECE 1.4
    Creates emotionally and physically safe environments for children
  • ECE 2.1
    Fostering family engagement in the child’s educational experiences
  • ECE 2.2
    Developing partnerships with families
  • ECE 2.3
    Utilizing community resources
  • ECE 3.1
    Using observations and assessments to plan learning experiences
  • ECE 3.2
    Using developmental screenings to support development, growth, and learning
  • ECE 3.3
    Sharing, reporting, and communicating assessment, observation, or developmental screening data while maintaining supportive and respectful family partnerships
  • ECE 4.1
    Developing positive relationships with each and every child
  • ECE 4.2
    Using a broad repertoire of developmentally responsive teaching and learning approaches, guided by applicable learning and development standards and individualized for each and every child
  • ECE 4.3
    Intentionally planning and preparing a learning environment that nurtures each and every child’s initiative, encourages active exploration of materials, supports engagement with activities, and encourages interactions with others
  • ECE 5.1
    Utilizing the GELDS as a framework for growth and development
  • ECE 5.2
    Utilizing content knowledge in the GELDS Physical Development and Motor Skills domain
  • ECE 5.3
    Utilizing content knowledge in the GELDS Social and Emotional Development domain
  • ECE 5.5
    Utilizing content knowledge in the GELDS Communication, Language, and Literacy domain
  • ECE 5.6
    Utilizing content knowledge in the GELDS Cognitive Processes and General Knowledge domain
  • ECE 6.1
    Engaging in professional and ethical behavior
  • ECE 6.2
    Demonstrating a commitment to ongoing professional learning
  • ECE 6.3
    Building collaborative relationships
  • ADM-1
    Program Management
  • ADM-2
    Effective Administrative Systems
  • ADM-3
    Marketing
  • ADM-4
    Personnel Management and Staff Development
  • ADM-5
    Maintain and Develop the Facility
  • ADM-6
    Legal Knowledge
  • ADM-7
    Community Relations
  • ADM-8
    Financial Management
  • ADM-9
    Ongoing Professional Development
Level:
Beginning
Clock Hours:
120
Trainer:
Kiki Singletary-Williams
Date/Time: 
August 25, 2018 - 8:30am
Location: 
Decatur, GA
Cost: 
$358.00
Competency Goals:
  • ECE 1.3
    Using developmental knowledge to create healthy, respectful, supportive, and stimulating learning environments and relationships
  • ECE 3.3
    Sharing, reporting, and communicating assessment, observation, or developmental screening data while maintaining supportive and respectful family partnerships
  • ECE 5.1
    Utilizing the GELDS as a framework for growth and development
  • ECE 5.2
    Utilizing content knowledge in the GELDS Physical Development and Motor Skills domain
  • ECE 5.3
    Utilizing content knowledge in the GELDS Social and Emotional Development domain
  • ECE 5.6
    Utilizing content knowledge in the GELDS Cognitive Processes and General Knowledge domain
  • ECE 6.2
    Demonstrating a commitment to ongoing professional learning
Level:
Beginning
Clock Hours:
120
Trainer:
Julia Hollins
Date/Time: 
August 25, 2018 - 8:30am
Location: 
Decatur, GA
Cost: 
$258.00
Competency Goals:
  • ECE 1.3
    Using developmental knowledge to create healthy, respectful, supportive, and stimulating learning environments and relationships
  • ECE 3.3
    Sharing, reporting, and communicating assessment, observation, or developmental screening data while maintaining supportive and respectful family partnerships
  • ECE 5.1
    Utilizing the GELDS as a framework for growth and development
  • ECE 5.2
    Utilizing content knowledge in the GELDS Physical Development and Motor Skills domain
  • ECE 5.3
    Utilizing content knowledge in the GELDS Social and Emotional Development domain
  • ECE 5.6
    Utilizing content knowledge in the GELDS Cognitive Processes and General Knowledge domain
  • ECE 6.2
    Demonstrating a commitment to ongoing professional learning
Level:
Beginning
Clock Hours:
120
Trainer:
Julia Hollins
Date/Time: 
August 25, 2018 - 9:00am
Location: 
Hampton, GA
Cost: 
$750.00
Competency Goals:
  • ECE-1
    Child Development
  • ECE-2
    Safety, Health, Nutrition
  • ECE-3
    Advance Physical and Intellectual Competence
  • ECE-4
    Positive Guidance
  • ECE-5
    Working With Families
  • ECE-6
    Meeting Individual Children's Needs
  • ECE-7
    Professionalism
Level:
Beginning
Clock Hours:
120
Trainer:
Na'Keya Thomas
Date/Time: 
August 29, 2018 - 6:30pm
Location: 
Stockbridge, GA
Cost: 
$125.00
Competency Goals:
  • ECE-1
    Child Development
  • ECE-2
    Safety, Health, Nutrition
  • ECE-3
    Advance Physical and Intellectual Competence
  • ECE-4
    Positive Guidance
  • ECE-5
    Working With Families
  • ECE-6
    Meeting Individual Children's Needs
  • ECE-7
    Professionalism
Level:
Beginning
Clock Hours:
120
Trainer:
Noni Walton
Date/Time: 
September 1, 2018 - 8:00am
Location: 
Snellville, GA
Cost: 
$550.00
Competency Goals:
  • ECE-1
    Child Development
  • ECE-2
    Safety, Health, Nutrition
  • ECE-3
    Advance Physical and Intellectual Competence
  • ECE-4
    Positive Guidance
  • ECE-5
    Working With Families
  • ECE-6
    Meeting Individual Children's Needs
  • ECE-7
    Professionalism
Level:
Beginning
Clock Hours:
120
Trainer:
Chavonne McCall
Date/Time: 
September 8, 2018 - 9:00am
Location: 
Lithonia, GA
Cost: 
$750.00
Competency Goals:
  • ECE 1.1
    Using knowledge of young children's characteristics, cultural and linguistic backgrounds, and their needs to plan appropriate and responsive learning experiences
  • ECE 1.2
    Using knowledge of the multiple influences on development and learning to create inclusive and responsive learning environments
  • ECE 1.3
    Using developmental knowledge to create healthy, respectful, supportive, and stimulating learning environments and relationships
  • ECE 1.4
    Creates emotionally and physically safe environments for children
  • ECE 2.1
    Fostering family engagement in the child’s educational experiences
  • ECE 2.2
    Developing partnerships with families
  • ECE 2.3
    Utilizing community resources
  • ECE 3.1
    Using observations and assessments to plan learning experiences
  • ECE 3.2
    Using developmental screenings to support development, growth, and learning
  • ECE 3.3
    Sharing, reporting, and communicating assessment, observation, or developmental screening data while maintaining supportive and respectful family partnerships
  • ECE 4.1
    Developing positive relationships with each and every child
  • ECE 4.2
    Using a broad repertoire of developmentally responsive teaching and learning approaches, guided by applicable learning and development standards and individualized for each and every child
  • ECE 4.3
    Intentionally planning and preparing a learning environment that nurtures each and every child’s initiative, encourages active exploration of materials, supports engagement with activities, and encourages interactions with others
  • ECE 5.1
    Utilizing the GELDS as a framework for growth and development
  • ECE 5.2
    Utilizing content knowledge in the GELDS Physical Development and Motor Skills domain
  • ECE 5.3
    Utilizing content knowledge in the GELDS Social and Emotional Development domain
  • ECE 5.4
    Utilizing content knowledge in the GELDS Approaches to Play and Learning domain
  • ECE 5.5
    Utilizing content knowledge in the GELDS Communication, Language, and Literacy domain
  • ECE 5.6
    Utilizing content knowledge in the GELDS Cognitive Processes and General Knowledge domain
  • ECE 6.1
    Engaging in professional and ethical behavior
  • ECE 6.2
    Demonstrating a commitment to ongoing professional learning
  • ECE 6.3
    Building collaborative relationships
  • ADM-1
    Program Management
  • ADM-2
    Effective Administrative Systems
  • ADM-5
    Maintain and Develop the Facility
  • ADM-7
    Community Relations
  • ADM-9
    Ongoing Professional Development
Level:
Beginning
Clock Hours:
120
Trainer:
Susan McKoy
Date/Time: 
September 8, 2018 - 10:00am
Location: 
Conyers, GA
Cost: 
$500.00
Competency Goals:
  • ECE 1.4
    Creates emotionally and physically safe environments for children
  • ECE 2.1
    Fostering family engagement in the child’s educational experiences
  • ECE 3.1
    Using observations and assessments to plan learning experiences
  • ECE 4.1
    Developing positive relationships with each and every child
  • ECE 4.3
    Intentionally planning and preparing a learning environment that nurtures each and every child’s initiative, encourages active exploration of materials, supports engagement with activities, and encourages interactions with others
  • ECE 5.1
    Utilizing the GELDS as a framework for growth and development
  • ECE 6.1
    Engaging in professional and ethical behavior
  • ADM-9
    Ongoing Professional Development
Level:
Beginning
Clock Hours:
120
Trainer:
Tasha Wilson Moore
Date/Time: 
September 8, 2018 - 10:00am
Location: 
Decatur, GA
Cost: 
$500.00
Competency Goals:
  • ECE 1.4
    Creates emotionally and physically safe environments for children
  • ECE 2.1
    Fostering family engagement in the child’s educational experiences
  • ECE 3.1
    Using observations and assessments to plan learning experiences
  • ECE 4.1
    Developing positive relationships with each and every child
  • ECE 4.3
    Intentionally planning and preparing a learning environment that nurtures each and every child’s initiative, encourages active exploration of materials, supports engagement with activities, and encourages interactions with others
  • ECE 5.1
    Utilizing the GELDS as a framework for growth and development
  • ECE 6.1
    Engaging in professional and ethical behavior
  • ADM-9
    Ongoing Professional Development
Level:
Beginning
Clock Hours:
120
Trainer:
Tasha Wilson Moore
Date/Time: 
September 8, 2018 - 10:30am
Location: 
Decatur, GA
Cost: 
$400.00
Competency Goals:
  • ECE 1.4
    Creates emotionally and physically safe environments for children
  • ECE 2.1
    Fostering family engagement in the child’s educational experiences
  • ECE 3.1
    Using observations and assessments to plan learning experiences
  • ECE 4.1
    Developing positive relationships with each and every child
  • ECE 4.3
    Intentionally planning and preparing a learning environment that nurtures each and every child’s initiative, encourages active exploration of materials, supports engagement with activities, and encourages interactions with others
  • ECE 5.1
    Utilizing the GELDS as a framework for growth and development
  • ECE 6.1
    Engaging in professional and ethical behavior
  • ADM-9
    Ongoing Professional Development
Level:
Beginning
Clock Hours:
120
Trainer:
Tasha Wilson Moore
Date/Time: 
September 15, 2018 - 9:00am
Location: 
Hampton, GA
Cost: 
$750.00
Competency Goals:
  • ECE-1
    Child Development
  • ECE-2
    Safety, Health, Nutrition
  • ECE-3
    Advance Physical and Intellectual Competence
  • ECE-4
    Positive Guidance
  • ECE-5
    Working With Families
  • ECE-6
    Meeting Individual Children's Needs
  • ECE-7
    Professionalism
Level:
Beginning
Clock Hours:
120
Trainer:
Na'Keya Thomas
Date/Time: 
September 15, 2018 - 9:00am
Location: 
Lithonia, GA
Cost: 
$750.00
Competency Goals:
  • ECE 1.1
    Using knowledge of young children's characteristics, cultural and linguistic backgrounds, and their needs to plan appropriate and responsive learning experiences
  • ECE 1.2
    Using knowledge of the multiple influences on development and learning to create inclusive and responsive learning environments
  • ECE 1.3
    Using developmental knowledge to create healthy, respectful, supportive, and stimulating learning environments and relationships
  • ECE 1.4
    Creates emotionally and physically safe environments for children
  • ECE 2.1
    Fostering family engagement in the child’s educational experiences
  • ECE 2.2
    Developing partnerships with families
  • ECE 2.3
    Utilizing community resources
  • ECE 3.1
    Using observations and assessments to plan learning experiences
  • ECE 3.2
    Using developmental screenings to support development, growth, and learning
  • ECE 3.3
    Sharing, reporting, and communicating assessment, observation, or developmental screening data while maintaining supportive and respectful family partnerships
  • ECE 4.1
    Developing positive relationships with each and every child
  • ECE 4.2
    Using a broad repertoire of developmentally responsive teaching and learning approaches, guided by applicable learning and development standards and individualized for each and every child
  • ECE 4.3
    Intentionally planning and preparing a learning environment that nurtures each and every child’s initiative, encourages active exploration of materials, supports engagement with activities, and encourages interactions with others
  • ECE 5.1
    Utilizing the GELDS as a framework for growth and development
  • ECE 5.2
    Utilizing content knowledge in the GELDS Physical Development and Motor Skills domain
  • ECE 5.3
    Utilizing content knowledge in the GELDS Social and Emotional Development domain
  • ECE 5.4
    Utilizing content knowledge in the GELDS Approaches to Play and Learning domain
  • ECE 5.5
    Utilizing content knowledge in the GELDS Communication, Language, and Literacy domain
  • ECE 5.6
    Utilizing content knowledge in the GELDS Cognitive Processes and General Knowledge domain
  • ECE 6.1
    Engaging in professional and ethical behavior
  • ECE 6.2
    Demonstrating a commitment to ongoing professional learning
  • ECE 6.3
    Building collaborative relationships
  • ADM-1
    Program Management
  • ADM-2
    Effective Administrative Systems
  • ADM-5
    Maintain and Develop the Facility
  • ADM-7
    Community Relations
  • ADM-9
    Ongoing Professional Development
Level:
Beginning
Clock Hours:
120
Trainer:
Susan McKoy
Date/Time: 
September 20, 2018 - 9:00am
Location: 
Snellville, GA
Cost: 
$275.00
Competency Goals:
  • ECE 1.2
    Using knowledge of the multiple influences on development and learning to create inclusive and responsive learning environments
  • ECE 2.2
    Developing partnerships with families
  • ECE 3.2
    Using developmental screenings to support development, growth, and learning
  • ECE 4.2
    Using a broad repertoire of developmentally responsive teaching and learning approaches, guided by applicable learning and development standards and individualized for each and every child
  • ECE 5.1
    Utilizing the GELDS as a framework for growth and development
  • ECE 6.1
    Engaging in professional and ethical behavior
Level:
Beginning
Clock Hours:
120
Trainer:
Althea Penn
Date/Time: 
September 22, 2018 - 9:00am
Location: 
Hampton, GA
Cost: 
$750.00
Competency Goals:
  • ECE-1
    Child Development
  • ECE-2
    Safety, Health, Nutrition
  • ECE-3
    Advance Physical and Intellectual Competence
  • ECE-4
    Positive Guidance
  • ECE-5
    Working With Families
  • ECE-6
    Meeting Individual Children's Needs
  • ECE-7
    Professionalism
Level:
Beginning
Clock Hours:
120
Trainer:
Na'Keya Thomas
Date/Time: 
September 22, 2018 - 9:00am
Location: 
Lithonia, GA
Cost: 
$750.00
Competency Goals:
  • ECE 1.1
    Using knowledge of young children's characteristics, cultural and linguistic backgrounds, and their needs to plan appropriate and responsive learning experiences
  • ECE 1.2
    Using knowledge of the multiple influences on development and learning to create inclusive and responsive learning environments
  • ECE 1.3
    Using developmental knowledge to create healthy, respectful, supportive, and stimulating learning environments and relationships
  • ECE 1.4
    Creates emotionally and physically safe environments for children
  • ECE 2.1
    Fostering family engagement in the child’s educational experiences
  • ECE 2.2
    Developing partnerships with families
  • ECE 2.3
    Utilizing community resources
  • ECE 3.1
    Using observations and assessments to plan learning experiences
  • ECE 3.2
    Using developmental screenings to support development, growth, and learning
  • ECE 3.3
    Sharing, reporting, and communicating assessment, observation, or developmental screening data while maintaining supportive and respectful family partnerships
  • ECE 4.1
    Developing positive relationships with each and every child
  • ECE 4.2
    Using a broad repertoire of developmentally responsive teaching and learning approaches, guided by applicable learning and development standards and individualized for each and every child
  • ECE 4.3
    Intentionally planning and preparing a learning environment that nurtures each and every child’s initiative, encourages active exploration of materials, supports engagement with activities, and encourages interactions with others
  • ECE 5.1
    Utilizing the GELDS as a framework for growth and development
  • ECE 5.2
    Utilizing content knowledge in the GELDS Physical Development and Motor Skills domain
  • ECE 5.3
    Utilizing content knowledge in the GELDS Social and Emotional Development domain
  • ECE 5.4
    Utilizing content knowledge in the GELDS Approaches to Play and Learning domain
  • ECE 5.5
    Utilizing content knowledge in the GELDS Communication, Language, and Literacy domain
  • ECE 5.6
    Utilizing content knowledge in the GELDS Cognitive Processes and General Knowledge domain
  • ECE 6.1
    Engaging in professional and ethical behavior
  • ECE 6.2
    Demonstrating a commitment to ongoing professional learning
  • ECE 6.3
    Building collaborative relationships
  • ADM-1
    Program Management
  • ADM-2
    Effective Administrative Systems
  • ADM-5
    Maintain and Develop the Facility
  • ADM-7
    Community Relations
  • ADM-9
    Ongoing Professional Development
Level:
Beginning
Clock Hours:
120
Trainer:
Susan McKoy
Date/Time: 
September 29, 2018 - 9:00am
Location: 
Lithonia, GA
Cost: 
$750.00
Competency Goals:
  • ECE 1.1
    Using knowledge of young children's characteristics, cultural and linguistic backgrounds, and their needs to plan appropriate and responsive learning experiences
  • ECE 1.2
    Using knowledge of the multiple influences on development and learning to create inclusive and responsive learning environments
  • ECE 1.3
    Using developmental knowledge to create healthy, respectful, supportive, and stimulating learning environments and relationships
  • ECE 1.4
    Creates emotionally and physically safe environments for children
  • ECE 2.1
    Fostering family engagement in the child’s educational experiences
  • ECE 2.2
    Developing partnerships with families
  • ECE 2.3
    Utilizing community resources
  • ECE 3.1
    Using observations and assessments to plan learning experiences
  • ECE 3.2
    Using developmental screenings to support development, growth, and learning
  • ECE 3.3
    Sharing, reporting, and communicating assessment, observation, or developmental screening data while maintaining supportive and respectful family partnerships
  • ECE 4.1
    Developing positive relationships with each and every child
  • ECE 4.2
    Using a broad repertoire of developmentally responsive teaching and learning approaches, guided by applicable learning and development standards and individualized for each and every child
  • ECE 4.3
    Intentionally planning and preparing a learning environment that nurtures each and every child’s initiative, encourages active exploration of materials, supports engagement with activities, and encourages interactions with others
  • ECE 5.1
    Utilizing the GELDS as a framework for growth and development
  • ECE 5.2
    Utilizing content knowledge in the GELDS Physical Development and Motor Skills domain
  • ECE 5.3
    Utilizing content knowledge in the GELDS Social and Emotional Development domain
  • ECE 5.4
    Utilizing content knowledge in the GELDS Approaches to Play and Learning domain
  • ECE 5.5
    Utilizing content knowledge in the GELDS Communication, Language, and Literacy domain
  • ECE 5.6
    Utilizing content knowledge in the GELDS Cognitive Processes and General Knowledge domain
  • ECE 6.1
    Engaging in professional and ethical behavior
  • ECE 6.2
    Demonstrating a commitment to ongoing professional learning
  • ECE 6.3
    Building collaborative relationships
  • ADM-1
    Program Management
  • ADM-2
    Effective Administrative Systems
  • ADM-5
    Maintain and Develop the Facility
  • ADM-7
    Community Relations
  • ADM-9
    Ongoing Professional Development
Level:
Beginning
Clock Hours:
120
Trainer:
Susan McKoy
Date/Time: 
October 13, 2018 - 9:00am
Location: 
Lithonia, GA
Cost: 
$750.00
Competency Goals:
  • ECE 1.1
    Using knowledge of young children's characteristics, cultural and linguistic backgrounds, and their needs to plan appropriate and responsive learning experiences
  • ECE 1.2
    Using knowledge of the multiple influences on development and learning to create inclusive and responsive learning environments
  • ECE 1.3
    Using developmental knowledge to create healthy, respectful, supportive, and stimulating learning environments and relationships
  • ECE 1.4
    Creates emotionally and physically safe environments for children
  • ECE 2.1
    Fostering family engagement in the child’s educational experiences
  • ECE 2.2
    Developing partnerships with families
  • ECE 2.3
    Utilizing community resources
  • ECE 3.1
    Using observations and assessments to plan learning experiences
  • ECE 3.2
    Using developmental screenings to support development, growth, and learning
  • ECE 3.3
    Sharing, reporting, and communicating assessment, observation, or developmental screening data while maintaining supportive and respectful family partnerships
  • ECE 4.1
    Developing positive relationships with each and every child
  • ECE 4.2
    Using a broad repertoire of developmentally responsive teaching and learning approaches, guided by applicable learning and development standards and individualized for each and every child
  • ECE 4.3
    Intentionally planning and preparing a learning environment that nurtures each and every child’s initiative, encourages active exploration of materials, supports engagement with activities, and encourages interactions with others
  • ECE 5.1
    Utilizing the GELDS as a framework for growth and development
  • ECE 5.2
    Utilizing content knowledge in the GELDS Physical Development and Motor Skills domain
  • ECE 5.3
    Utilizing content knowledge in the GELDS Social and Emotional Development domain
  • ECE 5.4
    Utilizing content knowledge in the GELDS Approaches to Play and Learning domain
  • ECE 5.5
    Utilizing content knowledge in the GELDS Communication, Language, and Literacy domain
  • ECE 5.6
    Utilizing content knowledge in the GELDS Cognitive Processes and General Knowledge domain
  • ECE 6.1
    Engaging in professional and ethical behavior
  • ECE 6.2
    Demonstrating a commitment to ongoing professional learning
  • ECE 6.3
    Building collaborative relationships
  • ADM-1
    Program Management
  • ADM-2
    Effective Administrative Systems
  • ADM-5
    Maintain and Develop the Facility
  • ADM-7
    Community Relations
  • ADM-9
    Ongoing Professional Development
Level:
Beginning
Clock Hours:
120
Trainer:
Susan McKoy
Date/Time: 
October 20, 2018 - 9:00am
Location: 
Hampton, GA
Cost: 
$750.00
Competency Goals:
  • ECE-1
    Child Development
  • ECE-2
    Safety, Health, Nutrition
  • ECE-3
    Advance Physical and Intellectual Competence
  • ECE-4
    Positive Guidance
  • ECE-5
    Working With Families
  • ECE-6
    Meeting Individual Children's Needs
  • ECE-7
    Professionalism
Level:
Beginning
Clock Hours:
120
Trainer:
Na'Keya Thomas
Date/Time: 
October 20, 2018 - 9:00am
Location: 
Lithonia, GA
Cost: 
$750.00
Competency Goals:
  • ECE 1.1
    Using knowledge of young children's characteristics, cultural and linguistic backgrounds, and their needs to plan appropriate and responsive learning experiences
  • ECE 1.2
    Using knowledge of the multiple influences on development and learning to create inclusive and responsive learning environments
  • ECE 1.3
    Using developmental knowledge to create healthy, respectful, supportive, and stimulating learning environments and relationships
  • ECE 1.4
    Creates emotionally and physically safe environments for children
  • ECE 2.1
    Fostering family engagement in the child’s educational experiences
  • ECE 2.2
    Developing partnerships with families
  • ECE 2.3
    Utilizing community resources
  • ECE 3.1
    Using observations and assessments to plan learning experiences
  • ECE 3.2
    Using developmental screenings to support development, growth, and learning
  • ECE 3.3
    Sharing, reporting, and communicating assessment, observation, or developmental screening data while maintaining supportive and respectful family partnerships
  • ECE 4.1
    Developing positive relationships with each and every child
  • ECE 4.2
    Using a broad repertoire of developmentally responsive teaching and learning approaches, guided by applicable learning and development standards and individualized for each and every child
  • ECE 4.3
    Intentionally planning and preparing a learning environment that nurtures each and every child’s initiative, encourages active exploration of materials, supports engagement with activities, and encourages interactions with others
  • ECE 5.1
    Utilizing the GELDS as a framework for growth and development
  • ECE 5.2
    Utilizing content knowledge in the GELDS Physical Development and Motor Skills domain
  • ECE 5.3
    Utilizing content knowledge in the GELDS Social and Emotional Development domain
  • ECE 5.4
    Utilizing content knowledge in the GELDS Approaches to Play and Learning domain
  • ECE 5.5
    Utilizing content knowledge in the GELDS Communication, Language, and Literacy domain
  • ECE 5.6
    Utilizing content knowledge in the GELDS Cognitive Processes and General Knowledge domain
  • ECE 6.1
    Engaging in professional and ethical behavior
  • ECE 6.2
    Demonstrating a commitment to ongoing professional learning
  • ECE 6.3
    Building collaborative relationships
  • ADM-1
    Program Management
  • ADM-2
    Effective Administrative Systems
  • ADM-5
    Maintain and Develop the Facility
  • ADM-7
    Community Relations
  • ADM-9
    Ongoing Professional Development
Level:
Beginning
Clock Hours:
120
Trainer:
Susan McKoy
Date/Time: 
October 27, 2018 - 9:00am
Location: 
Hampton, GA
Cost: 
$750.00
Competency Goals:
  • ECE-1
    Child Development
  • ECE-2
    Safety, Health, Nutrition
  • ECE-3
    Advance Physical and Intellectual Competence
  • ECE-4
    Positive Guidance
  • ECE-5
    Working With Families
  • ECE-6
    Meeting Individual Children's Needs
  • ECE-7
    Professionalism
Level:
Beginning
Clock Hours:
120
Trainer:
Na'Keya Thomas

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