Upcoming Training


This online Course is approved for Utah Career Ladder Levels 1-3 Credit. In preschool, math is everywhere! All early childhood educators are invited to join the Sesame Street friends in this interactive course exploring math and pretend play, ways babies and toddler build a foundation for math, key math objectives for children ages 2–5, strategies to create more learning moments, and fun, ready-to-use activities. The course runs 5/8 - 8/11; you complete it at your own pace. Register Now!
Save the Date for the Southern Utah Early Childhood Collaboration Annual Conference. Keep Calm and Sail On: Helping Children Navigate Their World. September 22-23, 2017 in St. George, UT.
Save the Date of October 13th and 14th 2017. Eccles Conference Center, Ogden UT
"What the Wizard Knew - Exploring Brain-Body Learning in Children" October 13-14, 2017 in Price Utah. Keynote Speaker: Heath Earl, Associate Professor, Utah State University. With an emphasis on Clinical Neuropsychology and Child and Family Psychotherapy, Dr. Earl is an engaging and entertaining speaker. Break-out Sessions: Brain-body development in young children; practices that can be incorporated into your daily schedule to help brain development in the children in your program; solutions and helps for different challenges encountered by children in your program, sensory and otherwise.
2017 Early Educators Leadership Conference ~ Elevating the Voice of the Early Educator from the Council for Professional Recognition ~ October 11-14, 2017 in Orange County, California
This link is to the National NAC website. For upcoming Utah dates, contact Ashley Davis at UPCCA. By email at upccainfo@gmail.com or by phone at 801-856-0348. You can also go to UPCCA's website for Registration Information. http://www.upcca.info/
Save the Date of March 3rd, 2018. Watch this site for more upcoming information.
School Age Professional Learning Opportunities
Has on-going training for families of children with special needs
State-wide Parenting and Relationship Classes
Completion of a New Provider class is a requirement to get a new license/certificate. New Center Directors must complete a Center Director Training Class. CCL classes in the licensing rules count toward the required training hours and topics. Due to changes in federal laws, all providers and caregivers are required to have training in new topics. CCL classes cover all those topics.