WI Training Professional
This nine hour course incorporates the art and the science of training all early childhood and youth professionals. To address the science of designing and implementing trainings, you learn how to utilize a framework for organizing content as well as gain an understanding of how adults learn in an environment that is engaging and interactive. Training is also an art – the art of knowing how and when to re-energize your audience or how to handle the participants who are disengaged. We explore active learning strategies designed to engage adult learners. Finally, you complete an Inventory of Practice that infuses strategies learned in the course as well as submit a reflection of your training practices and receive feedback from the course instructor.
Angel Stoddard’s passion to support administrators and early childhood professionals in their pursuit of excellence throughout their program and the field is evidenced by her career path. With a Master’s degree in Administrative Leadership, Angel teaches full-time for UW Milwaukee ... read more
Benefits and Learning Outcomes
- Understand that high-quality training is determined by the integrity/ethics of the trainer
- Explore ways to build a trusting relationship with the audience
- Discuss ways to intentionally prepare and plan for the learning, utilizing a framework to ensure evidence-based practice
- Understand how learning styles, multiple intelligences and brain science impact adult learning
- Experience active learning strategies to engage adult learning specific to T-TAP Competencies V-VII
- Earn 9 CEHs upon successful completion
WI T-TAP Foundations course
Date: Jan 21-Feb 20, 2021
Delivery Method: Combined Online
Date: Thu, Feb 4, 2021
Time: Noon-4:30pm CT
Platform: Blackboard Collaborate Ultra
Available: Jan 21-Feb 20, 2021
Instructor: Angel Stoddard MS
CEUs: .9, CEHs: 9
Enrollment Limit: 20
Program Number: 7120-13366
Note: Payment due in full at time of registration. Cancellations two weeks prior to the program start date can receive a 100% refund. Cancellations after that can have a one-time transfer of fees to another program of the same offering or receive an 80% refund. No refunds or transfer of funds once the program has begun.
This course requires pre class homework through materials that can be accessed in Canvas, an online learning platform. Instructions for admission to Canvas and how to complete the pre class homework will be emailed to participants 2 weeks prior to the course start date. Homework must be completed in order to participate in the Zoom portion of the class. a post class homework piece must be turned in to the instructor in order to successfully pass the course.
Registration Deadline: Feb 1, 2021