Professional Development Calendar

Professional Development Calendar

QSLA provides participants with opportunities to earn professional development hours throughout the year on various topics related to understanding child development, working with children with special needs, supporting dual language learners, planning and implementing family education, and promoting health and safety.

The trainings are facilitated by trained personnel or other key agencies. Staff working in sites that are participating in QSLA benefit from attending these trainings free of charge. RSVPs are considered on a first come, first served basis.* 

All participants attending QSLA professional development trainings will receive professional development hours directly through the ECE Workforce Registry on their training profile for all completed trainings.  

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Download your Fall/Winter 2019 Professional Development Calendar (pdf),  Click Here

How to Register for a QSLA Training

  • To attend QSLA professional development trainings, you must have an ECE Workforce Registry ID number and register for the training through the ECE Workforce Registry. Click the link to set up your profile. 
  • Please make sure you are logged in to the ECE Workforce Registry before clicking on the links provided in the calendar below.

* Please withdraw from registered trainings through the ECE Workforce Registry as soon as you know you are unable to attend, so someone else may take your place.

If you have questions, please contact us.  We are happy to help! 

September 2019

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  • ASQ
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  • Bridging Home & School: Building Systems for Authentic Family Engagement
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  • Behavior Management Systems
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  • DRDP (2015) Teacher Training
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  • When Families Know, Children Grow: Building Families' Knowledge of Parenting and Child Development
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