The Foundations of Inclusive Child Care Training Part 2

This course is worth 6 hours of professional development credit.

This course is worth 6 Pro-D hours.

This is a continuation of the Foundation of Inclusive Child Care Training. This second part is an optional, additional module. Completion of the first 5 modules is a pre-requisite to enrolment in Part 2.

Please complete or check that you have completed Part One before proceeding to this portion of the training.

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Module Six – Inclusion in Action; Alternative Approaches, Creative Problem Solving and Ongoing Practice

Module Six is a one-month reflective journaling exercise where you will review and reflect on your goals developed in Module Five to identify successes and areas for further improvement. You will learn troubleshooting strategies to deal with challenges in meeting your goals and to reframe perspectives. The module includes additional journal prompts for those learners who want to further continue their journey in inclusion.

This course is meant to be completed over the course of 2 months after completing Foundations of Inclusive Child Care Training Part 1.

As soon as you register for the course, you will be able to start the first Module which can be found on your Dashboard under ‘Courses’. Lessons can be completed in any order.

Participants will receive a certificate for 6 hours upon completion of all online modules. Certificates will be automatically generated and should be downloaded and saved to your computer.

If you have questions about the course or difficulty accessing any of the course components, please use the contact form here.

  • All text throughout the training can be read with a screen reader
  • Each photo and all diagrams have embedded alt-text
  • All videos throughout the training include closed captions

The Foundations of Inclusive Child Care Training has been developed with Universal Design in mind. Throughout the course the information is represented in many forms in hopes of accommodating all learners. You will find the materials, in the form of text, audio, video and interactive activities.

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Course Includes

  • 1 Module
  • 3 Lessons
  • Course Certificate

Scenario-based learning allows learners to view situations from different perspectives, encouraging thoughtful reflection. Applying learning in a more practical way can help to build confidence and gives the learner the ability to transfer knowledge to real-life work. You will see how best practices might look in action, determine alternate strategies you could implement in these situations, and reflect on your own experiences as a care provider.

Your task is to take on the perspective of the provider within the scenario and determine:

  • What worked well?
  • What, if anything, could be done differently?

Remember, it is not the job of providers to diagnose children. Instead, we can do our best to create safe childcare ecosystems that promote social emotional well-being and support children and their diverse range of behaviours. This will be important to keep in mind while navigating the scenarios in Module 4.