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Wisconsin Early Childhood Professional Development Competencies
 

The Wisconsin competencies for professionals and training and technical assistance professionals,  were developed to create a common thread of Professional Development expectations across the variety of system partners (Higher Education, Child Care, Head Start, 4 & 5 year-old Kindergarten, Special Education, Child Welfare, Home Visiting, Health & Mental Health, Afterschool, Advocacy, and others) for the ultimate benefit of children and families in Wisconsin.

The Wisconsin Core Competencies for Professionals Working with Young Children and the Their Families  set expectations for what the workforce should know (content) and be able to do (skills) in a respectful & competent manner (attitudes) in their roles working with and/or on behalf of children and their families. 
 
 

spcc2014 Competencias básicas de Wisconsin para profesionales que trabajan con niños pequeños y sus familias

 

 
The Wisconsin Training and Technical Assistance Professional (T-TAP) Competencies For Early Childhood and Related Professionals Working with Adults define the relevant knowledge, skills, and dispositions needed by T-TA Professionals.
 

 sptapWisconsin Training and Technical Assistance Professional (T-TAP) Competencies

spt-tapCompetencias del Profesional de Capacitación y Asistencia Técnica (T-TAP) de Wisconsin Para Profesionales de Niñez Temprana y Profesionales Relacionados que Trabajan con Adultos

 

Print copies of the Wisconsin Competencies  are available at the Child Care Information Center (CCIC) free of charge: email: ccic@dpi.wi.gov

Locating In-service Training Opportunities It is often difficult for people to locate the early childhood training that meets their interest. Currently, several agencies in the state provide web sites and/or mailings that list early childhood related training opportunities around Wisconsin. Connect to a site to link the early childhood training opportunities available in the state.

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For questions about this information, contact Sherry Kimball (608) 267-9625