|Leadership and Administration Professional Development|
Administering a high-quality early childhood program is an awesome responsibility, one that requires specialized knowledge and skills.
Perhaps you feel like your education and experience may not have fully prepared you for your current position. Perhaps you are an experienced administrator that struggles to find trainings that truly meet your needs. Perhaps you never envisioned yourself in this leadership role.
Whatever your story, we invite you to choose us for your professional development needs. We know the work you do is highly specialized, and ongoing professional development is required to be well-prepared for your daily responsibilities and beyond.
Leadership Journey Series: Building Skills and Realizing Potential
This series is a cohort learning model for early childhood directors, assistant directors and other program leaders who are looking to advance their careers and enhance & maintain the quality of their child care program. This cohort model is a combination of MNCPD-approved trainings and Communities of Practice (COPs).
Quality and Accreditation
Are you seeking early childhood or school-age accreditation or re-accreditation? MnAEYC-MnSACA offers many accreditation support services! In addition, we are excited to offer a variety of accreditation-related trainings in 2017.
Tailored Relationship-Based Professional Development (RBPD) and Trainings for Leaders & Administrators
Do you want to bring quality early childhood and afterschool coaching or training into your organization?
Summer Leadership Institute
Join us for a full day of sessions designed specifically for leaders in the early childhood and out-of-school time professions.
This is an opportunity for personal and professional renewal and growth, where you will identify strategies to increase your effectiveness, articulate changes needed to enhance focus, commitment, energy, and satisfaction, and learn from your colleagues in the field.
Save the Date: Thursday, July 20, 2017
CARE (Child Care Advocates Ready to Emerge) Fellowship
The CARE Fellowship aims to provide early childhood development and school-age care professionals an opportunity to connect the dots between early childhood development and school-age care public policy and the daily work of caring for and supporting children and families. Participants will learn how they can be effective advocates for the early childhood and afterschool fields when engaging and educating policymakers at all levels of government.
9/1/2016 » 8/31/2017
Year Round Sponsorship