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Online Learning Center for the Center For Inclusive Child Care

A Three Tiered Approach to Online Learning

Info Modules

These free short Info Modules are designed to provide an overview on various topics around disabilities and inclusion. No registration required. Earn .5 CEU equivalent to 5 clock hours ($15 processing fee) upon completion.
Get the CEU request form as MS Word or PDF.

"Do it yourself" Training Tool Kits available now

Training Tool Kits are becoming available for all CICC Info Modules topics. They contain the necessary tools and resources for effective training and are ideal for use with center-based, family child care, preschool, and family, friend, and neighbor providers. Training can be offered to groups of any size during nap time, after hours, as part of a professional development day or at an association meeting of family child care providers.

Watch a short narrated video that explains what Tool Kits include and how they work.

Self-Study Courses         registered user log in

These courses offer an in-depth approach on many topics. They include visual click through units and an MP3 audio version for download or online listening, plus supplemental handouts. Register online and take all courses for free. Pass the optional exam and you can receive a certificate good for one CEU/10 clock hours (there is a $25 per CEU processing fee). Expect up to 10 hours for course completion.

Eager-to-Learn offers instructor lead online courses as a next step for more intensive learning on these and other topics.

College Credit now Available Through Concordia University, St. Paul

Concordia LogoAs of May 1 these trainings will be available for credit through Concordia University St. Paul’s School of Continuing Studies. An extra fee for credit enrollment is required. Continuing Studies direct phone: 651-603-6268 .

Training of Trainer Courses        registered user log in

Instructor lead online training of trainer courses enable you to advance your training career and gain new professional development skills. They provide professionals with engaging learning opportunities across various topics which you can turn around and present in your own workshops, all you need is a computer, internet connection, and a will to learn more about children and inclusion.

Not a registered user? This link will take you to Self-Study Learning Center where you can register, but we recommend you first view "course offerings" via the link at page left.

Not a registered user? Please check the "course offerings" link at page left for Training of Trainer courses. You cannot register with this link

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