This course consists of 3 job aids that meet a portion of the annual training requirements for EI I/T professionals as outlined in § 4226.30 and Announcement EI #13-01. 

These 3 job aids meet the following training topic requirements:

Cultural Humility - Cultural Competency

Confidentiality Scenarios  - Procedural Safeguards & Mediation

Similarities and Distinctions between the Infant-Toddler and Preschool Early intervention Programs - Transition

There are additional training requirements such as Mandated Reporting, Universal Health Procedures, etc. that this series does not include.  Check with your EI Coordinator or Supervisor for additional information and training opportunities.

Once completed, this series allows you to receive 1 Infant/Toddler credit hour. You can do the job aids in any order and can do them across time. Once all 3 are marked complete, you will be able to access a certificate, which includes documentation of the Infant/Toddler credit hour.

Credits:  1 Infant/Toddler credit hour

Intended Audience:  EI Professionals

Registration:  Additional login information will be required. When you click on the Get Started button below, you will be redirected to our Moodle site. If you already have a username and password, you will be able to login using your existing account. If you do not have an account, you will be able to create one.


Description

This course looks at family- centered principles as a set of core beliefs and attitudes that shape the philosophy and practices of Early Intervention programs.  Participants will have opportunities to explore Ecological and Family Systems Theories as frameworks for increasing the focus on families in Early Intervention. They will have the opportunity to reflect on the developmental process of becoming culturally competent; explore the diverse cultures, values and beliefs of the families with whom they work; and identify strategies they can use to improve their professional skills and demonstrate understanding, respect and empathy in their interactions with families.

Credits
3 Act 48 or 3 Infant Toddler Clock hours

Intended Audience
Early Intervention staff, Early Childhood teachers, home visitors and parents

Registration
Registration will be available on the PaTTAN Training Calendar on April 1, 2019. Choose the month you would like to take the course then click on the course title listed on the 1st day of that month.  Note: course registration is only available during the month preceding the course opening date.  You cannot pre-register for a course more than a month ahead of time. You need to register before the 25th day of the month to enroll for the following month.


Description
This course looks at how three primary relationships (parent-child, parent-professional, and professional-professional) in Early Intervention work together to promote and enhance the positive development of children within the context of their families. Participants will have opportunities to reflect on how the use of partnership principles and interaction skills support their relationships with families and positively affect their practice. They will explore strategies to assist them in collaborating with families to identifying family strengths and resources and to help build family capacity. They will have opportunities to reflect on the balance of power between families and professionals and identify practices that serve to empower families.

Credits

3 Act 48 and/or 3 Infant Toddler Clock hours

Intended Audience
Early Intervention staff, Early Childhood teachers, home visitors and parents

Registration
Registration will be available on the PaTTAN Training Calendar on April 1, 2019. Choose the month you would like to take the course then click on the course title listed on the 1st day of that month.  Note: course registration is only available during the month preceding the course opening date.  You cannot pre-register for a course more than a month ahead of time. You need to register before the 25th day of the month to enroll for the following month.

Description:
Two concepts central to early intervention are the emphasis on natural environments and a naturalistic teaching approach called routines-based intervention, also known as activity based instruction or embedded instruction. The purpose of this online course is to provide guidance to early intervention professionals for the implementation of routines based interventions.

Description: 
Professionals need to be able to help guide and support families as their children transition from the Infant Toddler Early Intervention program into the community or to Preschool Early Intervention services. The purpose of this course is to provide specific guidance on how to build a strong foundation for families so that this is a positive experience for them and their child. The participant will learn about the importance of building relationships and identifying resources in the community that promote inclusion and networking. The activities and resources in this course will provide opportunities for the professional to gain a better understanding of the challenges families face and how to help them through. They will also have the knowledge of how to create an individualized transition plan for families.

Credits:
3 Act 48, PQAS, and/or Infant Toddler Clock hours

Intended Audience:
Early Intervention staff, Early Childhood teachers, home visitors and parents

Registration: 
This course is available by registering on the PaTTAN online registration Training Calendar. Choose the month you would like to take the course then click on the course title listed on the 1st day of that month. Note: Course registration is only available during the month preceding the course opening date. You cannot pre-register for a course more than a month ahead of time. You need to register before the 25th day of the month to enroll for the following month.

This course consists of 3 job aids that meet a portion of the annual training requirements for EI I/T professionals as outlined in § 4226.30 and Announcement EI #13-01. 

These 3 job aids meet the following training topic requirements:

Cultural Humility - Cultural Competency

Confidentiality Scenarios  - Procedural Safeguards & Mediation

Similarities and Distinctions between the Infant-Toddler and Preschool Early intervention Programs - Transition

There are additional training requirements such as Mandated Reporting, Universal Health Procedures, etc. that this series does not include.  Check with your EI Coordinator or Supervisor for additional information and training opportunities.

Once completed, this series allows you to receive 1 Infant/Toddler credit hour. You can do the job aids in any order and can do them across time. Once all 3 are marked complete, you will be able to access a certificate, which includes documentation of the Infant/Toddler credit hour.

Credits:  1 Infant/Toddler credit hour

Intended Audience:  EI Professionals

Registration:  Additional login information will be required. When you click on the Get Started button below, you will be redirected to our Moodle site. If you already have a username and password, you will be able to login using your existing account. If you do not have an account, you will be able to create one.