TRAINING & EVENTS

Expanding Quality FOR Infants AND Toddlers (EQIT)

This 48-hour course provides up-to-date training information to enhance your work with infants and toddlers. Cost: $50.

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Colorado Shines Professional Development Information System

Upcoming Live Virtual Training Events

Below are upcoming virtual, instructor-led training events recognized through the Colorado Shines Training Alignment Process (TAP). Courses with a fee are marked with ($). Certificates will be available through your Colorado Shines PDIS account within seven days after the training event.

Learn More – TAP PDIS Event Announcement October 2021


NAEYC’s Virtual Institute

Starting June 1, the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) will offer over 100 presentations of content shared by NAEYC experts and a diverse group of presenters from all sectors of the industry. These presentations at no charge as our gift for all that you give to young children and their families.

Click here to learn more


Shiloh House Parenting Classes

Shiloh House strengthens and empowers youth and families no matter what challenges they face. Shiloh’s overall goal is to make sure families and youth have coordinated, continuous, and wrap-around care within their community. Shiloh House is offering FREE virtual parenting classes to families.

Families First July-Sept 2021


Colorado Shines (e-learning catalog )

Use the Colorado Shines eLearning catalog to view available online courses in the Colorado Shines PDIS
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Free Early Childhood Teacher Trainings

Presented by Developmental Pathways & Various Professional Partners

Learn More  – EC Training Schedule Dev Pathways


Learn How to Help Protect Children from the Impact of Secondhand Smoke

The American Lung Association is offering free training to organizations serving low-income families on electronic smoking devices, how to prevent secondhand smoke and aerosol exposure, and an introduction to asthma. The training is offered in-person or online. Topics include:

  • E-cigarette aerosol and secondhand smoke
  • Health impact of secondhand smoke exposure on children
  • Motivational interviewing techniques
  • Available local and statewide tobacco cessation resources and support
  • Basic information about asthma and how to manage it

Visit www.RaiseSmokeFreeKids.com for up-to-date resources on e-cigarettes, secondhand smoke, asthma, marijuana, and more!

Organizations who implement ONE Step are eligible for gift cards and other prizes. Schedule your training today so we can all work together in creating safe and clean environments for children to grow up in. If you have questions, please reach out to Valerie Steinmetz (Valerie.Steinmetz@Lung.org or 303-847-0279).


Cooking Matters for Child Care Professionals (CMCCP)

To Learn More:
Contact Heather Aguilar haguilar@strength.org or Amber Troutman atroutman@strength.org to learn more or schedule a training.

https://cookingmatters.org/
Cooking Matters for Child Care Professionals (CMCCP) is a CDE-approved training that awards clock hours in health, safety, and nutrition. The training teaches early childhood professionals and programs about healthy food preparation, fostering positive mealtime environments and interactions, and promoting children’s development of healthy eating patterns.

Fall Cooking Matters Courses Available!
Register by visiting the Course Catalog Calendar on the Colorado Shines PDIS website.