Professional Development and Training

Welcome to the Mosaic Professional Development and Training Website. Continual professional development is a very important factor in proving high quality Early Child Care.  Professional Development offerings include required training for Wisconsin Child Care Licensing, such as  Shaken Baby Syndrome Prevention and Sudden Infant Death Awareness. Experience Professional Development Specialist for the Council for Professional Recognition who conducts verification visits for Child Development Associate Credentials.

Customized training for your organization based on your needs. Topics of training include but not limited to the following: child language development, developmentally appropriate practice, cultural diversity in the classroom, supporting dual language learners,  shaken baby syndrome prevention, classroom design and visual supports, infant development, toddler and two’s development, preschool 3-5’s development and school readiness. Documentation of training will count towards the Wisconsin Registry hours of professional development.

Contact Debra Springsguth for more information.

CDMDebra@Outlook.com

 

 

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About mosaic4learning

I am Child Development Professional experience in training and Professional Development. I have presented at Pre-Service or In-Service for Head Start Programs, Child Care Centers and Preschools. Presentations include, but not limited to Shaken Baby Syndrome Prevention, Dual Language Learners in ECE, Cultural Diversity, and Inclusion. C.L.A.S.S. Certified Observer (Preschool) Environmental Rating Scales (ITERS, ECERS) Professional Development Specialist for Child Development Associate (CDA)
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