Esta capacitación se centrará en aumentar la

comprensión del desarrollo y los hitos de los niños,

estrategias para apoyar el crecimiento y el desarrollo,

reconocer las diferencias de desarrollo.

En esta sesión, analizamos las características

profesionales, las mejores prácticas, el papel del

docente y las necesidades y beneficios únicos del

crecimiento profesional. En esta sesión, discutimos

cómo construir interacciones positivas entre pares y

desarrollar relaciones de colaboración con colegas.

This training will identify what, when and how to teach

social emotional skills and present strategies for positive

guidance. Learning strategies for teaching children how to

problem solve will be presented and discussed.

In this topic, we will explore how the following big ideas

work together to create an effective learning environment

for young children: Developing daily schedules and

routines, Planning and implementing transitions and

Teaching expectations and rules

This training will focus the importance of play, how children

learn through play, the different types of play, creating play

experiences that foster development, and providing

developmentally appropriate materials to engage children in

play.

This training focuses on how teachers prioritize time for

connections and relationship-building with all young

children and their families. Four strategies are introduced:

increasing positive time, meaningful conversations, join in

play and responsive interactions.

This training will focus on increasing an understanding of children development and milestones, strategies for supporting growth and development, recognizing developmental differences, and building family partnerships.



In this session, we discuss professional characteristics,best practices, the teacher's role and unique professional growth needs and benefits. In this session, we discuss how to build positive peer interactions and develop collaborative relationships with colleagues.

This course is restricted to University of Nevada Reno Extension 

participants of the Nevada Ready! Pre-K Professional Development.




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Early Childhood Workforce Training 2024

Wellness-Obesity, Nutrition and Physical Activity 

Wellness-Obesity, Nutrition & Physical Activity is for Early Childhood Educators. This training focuses on lifelong wellness related to childhood obesity in the early childhood environment.

Click on the title of the course above, then go to "enroll me" and click to begin the course.

For Technical support email: campushelp@extension.org

Instructor email: cpeshlakai@unr.edu



Early Childhood Workforce Training 2023

Reducing the Risks of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS

Reducing the Risks of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS)training is for Child Care Providers and Early Childhood Educators. This training discusses ways to lower the risk of SIDS in child care settings, addresses common beliefs, safe sleep practices, handling parent’s concerns and why some babies are at a higher risk for SIDS. This training promotes “Back to Sleep” and “Tummy to Play”. 


This training has been approved by 
Nevada Registry and the State of Maryland, Office of Child Care. 


Click on the title of the course above, then go to "enroll me" and click to begin the course.

For Technical support email: campushelp@extension.org

Instructor email: cpeshlakai@unr.edu




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Early Childhood Workforce Training 2024

 Positive Guidance 

This module will present the goals of positive guidance, misunderstandings about guidance, key practices, effective environments, common behavior challenges and offer positive guidance strategies for the classroom

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For Technical support email: campushelp@extension.org

Instructor email: cpeshlakai@unr.edu



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 Early Childhood Workforce Development 2024

Child Developmnet: Birth to three Years 

This module will focus on the first three years of a child's life, when there is an enormous amount of growth and development. Our role in supporting children's progress is critical. What each of us does makes a difference. Topics include: Brain Development, Developmental Domains, the Role of the Teacher and Positive Interactions. 

Click on the title of the course above, then go to "enroll me" and click to begin the course.

For Technical support email: campushelp@extension.org

Instructor email: cpeshlakai@unr.edu




Early Childhood Workforce Training 2024

Transportation Safety

This course presents recommended practices and policies for the safe transport of young children to and from childcare programs.

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For Technical support email: campushelp@extension.org

Instructor email: cpeshlakai@unr.edu




Early Childhood Workforce Training 2024

Supporting Young Dual Language Learners

This training will provide participants with an understanding of young children who are dual language learners. We will explore the developmental domains and the stages of language development. Strategies will be presented for supporting home language and teaching strategies in the classroom.

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For Technical support email: campushelp@extension.org

Instructor email: cpeshlakai@unr.edu



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Early Childhood Workforce Training 2024

Signs and Symptoms of Illness (SOI) including Blood Borne Pathogens 

Signs and Symptoms of Illness (SOI) including Blood Borne Pathogens: The Prevention and Control of Communicable Diseases in the Child Care Setting is for child care providers and early childhood educator.  

This training discusses ways to recognize, prevent, and manage infectious diseases in early education and child care settings. Special precautions are discussed when handling bloodborne pathogens. 

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For Technical support email: campushelp@extension.org

Instructor email: cpeshlakai@unr.edu


Early Childhood Workforce Training 2024

Prevention of Shaken Baby Syndrome and Abusive Head Trauma

This training describes causes, symptoms and consequences of Shaken Baby Syndrome/Abusive Head Trauma (SBS/AHT). The lesson further provides information on caring for a crying baby and how to cope with a baby who cries inconsolably.

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For Technical support, email: campushelp@extension.org 

Instructor email: cpeshlakai@unr.edu




Early Childhood Workforce Training 2024

Emergency Preparedness for Early Childhood Programs

Being prepared for emergencies can make a big difference as to whether or not the children in your care and the staff in your program remain safe. In this course, you will learn about the necessary steps a program should take to ensure preparedness in the event of an emergency, as well as effective strategies to communicate your emergency plan to children, parents and staff.

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For Technical support email: campushelp@extension.org

Instructor email: cpeshlakai@unr.edu




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Early Childhood Workforce Training 2024

Recognize and Report Child Abuse 

The focus of this course is to help childcare providers become familiar with the difficult subject of child abuse and neglect. In this course you will learn about: 

  • Four general types of child maltreatment 
  • Possible indicators of abuse and neglect 
  • When and where to report suspected child abuse or neglect 
  • What to include in a report of suspected child maltreatment 
  • How to respond when a child discloses abuse or neglect 
  • Important policies regarding child abuse and neglect in childcare setting

Click on the title of the course above, then go to "enroll me" and click to begin the course. 

For Technical support, email: campushelp@extension.org

Instructor email: cpeshlakai@unr.edu


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Early Childhood Workforce Training 2024

Child Development: Three to Five 

This module will focus on the preschool years ages three to five, when there is an enormous amount of growth and development. Our role in supporting children's progress is critical. What each of us does makes a difference. Topics include: Brain Development, Developmental Domains, the Role of the Teacher and Positive Interactions. 

Click on the title of the course above, then go to "enroll me" and click to begin the course.

For Technical support email: campushelp@extension.org

Instructor email: cpeshlakai@unr.edu


This course is restricted to University of Nevada Reno Extension 

participants of Nevada Ready! Pre-K  Professional Development.


This course is restricted to University of Nevada Reno Extension students 

participating in the Nevada Ready! Pre-K Professional Development.



This course is restricted to University of Nevada Reno Nevada Extension 

participants of Nevada Ready! Pre-K Professional Development. 


This course is restricted to the University of Nevada Reno Extension Nevada 

participants of Nevada Ready! Pre-K Professional Development.

This course is restricted to University of Nevada Reno, Extension 

participants in the Nevada Ready! Pre-K Professional Development. 


This course is restricted to the University of Nevada Reno Extension 

participants of Nevada Ready! Pre-K Professional Development.


This course is restricted the University of Nevada Reno Extension participant

 of Nevada Ready! Pre-K Professional Development



EC Workforce Training 2024

Building and Physical Premises Safety Including the Storage and 

                      Handling of Bio-Contaminants and Hazardouse Materials                                                    



Click on the title of the course above, then go to "enroll me" and click to begin the course.

For Technical support email: campushelp@extension.org

Instructor email: cpeshlakai@unr.edu


This training can be taken to meet the initial training requirement for Buillding and Physical Premisis Safety approved by NV Registry. 





EC Workforce Training 2024

Medication Administration and the Prevention of and Response to Food and Other Allergies in the Child Care Environment

This course is designed to provide childcare providers with information that will help  safely administer medications to children in your program. This course is for childcare providers who administer medication to children but are not licensed health care professionals.