Inclusion

Training Topic #1
Title of Training:
Sponsoring Organization: The National Professional Development Center on Inclusion (NPDCI)
Organization Web Site: http://npdci.fpg.unc.edu/
Training Web Link: http://www.nectac.org/webinars.asp#2009preschool
Training Format: Multimedia recording of presentations with synchronized audio and handouts
Training Length: Varies by webinar, most under 90 minutes
Disclaimer if State Specific (as applicable): Some state specific content
Cost: Free
Training Topic #2
Title of Training: Inclusion In-service on Facilitating Membership in Head Start Classrooms
Sponsoring Organization: Head Start Center for Inclusion
Organization Web Site: http://depts.washington.edu/hscenter/
Training Web Link: http://depts.washington.edu/hscenter/?q=node/12
Training Format: Video and PDF presentation
Training Length: 15 minutes
Disclaimer if State Specific (as applicable): n/a
Cost: Free
Training Topic #3
Title of Training: Short Info Modules are designed to provide an overview on various topics.
Some examples:

Sponsoring Organization: The Center for Inclusive Child Care
Organization Web Site: http://www.inclusivechildcare.org/index.cfm
Training Web Link: Info Modules – General Disability Topics:

https://www.inclusivechildcare.org/resource-library?field_resource_type_target_id%5B17%5D=17

Training Format: Web based self-paced modules with examples related to child care. A quiz at the end and a perfect score is followed with a link to a free certificate of completion good for .25 clock hour.
Training Length:
Disclaimer if State Specific (as applicable): Some state specific content related to Minnesota laws/ regulations
Cost: Free
Training Topic #4
Title of Training: Wisconsin UNITES: Understanding the Need for Inclusive Training and Educational Support
Sponsoring Organization: Wisconsin Department of Children and Families
Organization Web Site: https://dcf.wisconsin.gov/youngstar/eci/trainings
Training Web Link: https://dcf.wisconsin.gov/youngstar/eci/trainings

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The Wisconsin UNITES training series was created with support from Wisconsin’s Race to the Top – Early Learning Challenge grant and includes information from Federal, State and other research supported sources. These self-guided training modules are intended for child care administrators, providers and teachers interested in supporting children with special needs throughout the work they do. The 5-part series begins broadly by providing information about the legal history and Federal policies that form the foundation for inclusion and concludes by providing the trainee with functional, program-focused tools and practices to support inclusion.

Training Format: Presentation slides as PDFs
Training Length:
Disclaimer if State Specific (as applicable):
Cost: Free

Updated: 04/26/2023