Online Child Care Provider Training for 2021
Attention, Early Childhood Professionals and Foster Families, if you provide care to young children and would like to learn more about research based information on ways to educate and care for young children, you may be interested in training opportunities such as Best Care.
Sometimes it’s a struggle to find quality resources that are close to home and affordable. The University of Arkansas, Cooperative Extension Service, in partnership with the Division of Child Care and Early Childhood Education (DCCECE) offer 5 hours of professional development training for educators or caregivers of young children. Trainings are verified through the Arkansas Professional Development Registry (formally known as TAPP) and supports the Better Beginnings quality rating system.
Best Care training is usually offered face to face in early spring. This year, due to COVID-19, and with your safety in mind, the Crawford, Sebastian, and Scott County Extension Services will be offering training for childcare providers virtually. Training will be offered on April 24th. The class will offer 5 hours of professional development.
The following is a list of the 2021 Best Care topics to be covered:
To sign up or for more information about The Best Care classes for early childhood professionals contact the Crawford County Extension office at 479-474-5286 or email Tristin Bolton at email@example.com