Course Information Early care and education is a service profession with quality as the key ingredient. To provide quality services for children and families, early childhood professionals must:interact with children, parents, coworkers, and supervisors in professional ways which include providing quality servicefollow an ethical code of conductmake decisions based on knowledge and best practicesutilize a professional development planFunding for this 6-hour training class was provided by the Workforce Solutions as part of their Early Care and Education Quality Improvement initiative.
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As a child care provider, it is important to understand the developmental stages that children go through during their early years — it’s the foundation for providing the highest quality of care. You will learn the stages that children go through and the milestones they exhibit from birth through school-age years.
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