Early Childhood Education Series Certificate of Completion
Offers in-depth research-based knowledge of important areas of preschool curriculum to early childhood professionals working with children 0-5 years of age in a variety of settings. Can be combined with a bachelor’s or master’s degree.
Early Childhood Training Center (ECTC)
Provides early childhood training, professional development, and human services consulting to individuals and entities who work with young children and families.
Early Head Start Consulting
Assists agencies in designing and implementing programs and systems for high-quality infant, toddler and family services.
Enhancing Home Visiting Effectiveness Course
Focuses on the essential elements of a comprehensive home visiting process, and explores the five dimensions of the home visit that affect the home visiting experience.
Graduate Teacher Education Program (GTEP)
Prepares classroom teachers and specialists for initial license in early childhood, elementary, middle level, and high school in a four-quarter format. Can combine with a master’s degree.
Infant/Toddler Mental Health Graduate Certificate
Designed for professionals who are working with families who have children from the prenatal period to 36 months of age. Can combine with a master’s degree.
National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC)
NAEYC is the largest professional organization working on behalf of young children. "Connect, inspire, engage" at their annual conference.
Secrets of Effective Supervision Course
Explores elements of an effective supervisory relationship, cultivates capacity to deal with challenging situations, and examines successful leadership attitudes and behaviors.
Social Services Competency-Based Training Certificate of Completion
Provides staff with the approaches, skills, and knowledge to deliver effective social services and family support.
Therapy with Adoptive and Foster Families Certificate of Completion
Series of advanced courses for mental health professionals in the specialized theories and practices for treating adopted children and their families.