P-5 Project Fact Sheet
Learn how cross-sector competency-based training supports diverse early childhood professionals in coordinating and collaborating on behalf of young children and their families.
Prenatal to Age 5 Focus
The healthy development of infants, toddlers, and preschoolers begins prenatally and continues rapidly during the first 5 years. This is a time of great hope and tremendous vulnerability.
Many Sectors, One Family
The Prenatal to Age 5 Cross-Sector Core Competencies Project focused on five early childhood work sectors. It identified eight core competencies to support coordinated and collaborative services for each family.
Eight Interactive Online Lessons
Training in the eight cross-sector core competency domains builds shared knowledge, skills, and attitudes that promote effective cross-sector collaboration on behalf of children age birth to 5 and their families.
Better Outcomes for All
Everyone—professionals, families, and their young children—benefits when service coordination and collaboration lead to resource sharing that supports young children’s healthy development.
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The Prenatal to Age 5 Project brought together leaders and practitioners from five service sectors that focus on children prenatally to age 5 and their families. Their charge: to identify core compet…
The P-5 Cross-Sector Core Competencies identify the knowledge, skills, and attitudes needed for the professionals working with the Prenatal-to-age-5 population.
Learn more about the eight core competency domains covered in the P-5 Cross-Sector Core Competencies Training program.