ELCFV has gone virtual!
We’ve canceled face-to-face trainings to help keep you healthy. Don’t worry, you can still get the training you need.
Click the drop-downs below to see what opportunities are available.
The Department of Children and Families’ Office of Child Care Regulation has developed five new courses. These online courses may be used for your in-service training requirements and CEUs may be earned.
Building Relationships with Families (BRWF): The goal of the Building Relationships with Families course is to present examples of research- and evidence-based practices related to creating receptive, responsive, respectful, and reciprocal relationships with enrolled families.
Developmentally Appropriate Classroom Management (DACM): The goal of the Developmentally Appropriate Classroom Management course is to provide early childhood professionals with classroom management strategies necessary to develop and enhance quality, positive behavioral supports for young children.
Healthy Habits for Quality Child Care (HHCC): The goal of the course is to provide child care professionals with procedures to use to identify and establish healthy habits in themselves, children, and families.
Supporting Diversity Awareness (SDA): The goal of the course is to explain the concept of diversity, describe its influences on behavior, and provide examples of how to apply appropriate techniques to support it in a program.
Understanding Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and Sensory Processing Disorder (UAS): The goal of the Understanding Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and Sensory Processing Disorder course is to help early childhood educators understand these specific conditions and identify their early signs. It will also explain how to include children who have these conditions.
For more information on these new courses, visit DCF’s Training Alerts web page.
To enroll in these new courses, log into your Child Care Training Student Account.
Take a look at the Emergency Literacy Instructor-Led Training Calendar for January 2022!
• Department of Children and Families – 45 hours required training and more at low cost. Click for more information on accessing DCF courses.
Celebrate Literacy Week, Florida! 8:00 am
Celebrate Literacy Week, Florida!
Jan 24 @ 8:00 am – Jan 28 @ 5:00 pm
Celebrate Literacy Week, Florida! is designed to raise awareness about the importance of reading and to inspire Florida’s students and families to make reading part of their daily routines. Our Celebrate Literacy Week, Florida! 2022 theme is Launch Into Literacy, Blast Off Into New Worlds! With this theme in mind, we are encouraging all schools to participate in reading books with a variety of settings to support the New Worlds Reading Initiative program released this fall.
Children’s Week, Florida 2022 8:00 am
Children’s Week, Florida 2022
Jan 30 @ 8:00 am – Feb 4 @ 5:00 pm
“The mission of Children’s Week Florida™ is to educate and elevate the diverse needs of Florida’s children and youth for our state leaders, while acknowledging their achievements. Through advocacy events and outreach efforts, this year-round initiative, seeks to strengthen our state’s families and communities. Children’s Week Florida™ is the largest event held in the state that celebrates and honors its commitment to children, youth, and advocates. We are proud to continue the legendary event that ... Read more