Workforce Development

Apply Now: Participate in the P-5 Cross-Sector Core Competencies Training

Aug 23, 2016

Los Angeles, CA area professionals can now participate in the P-5 Cross-Sector Core Competencies Training.

Training Requirements and Commitment

Participants are required to complete an introduction lesson and eight content lessons available through ZERO TO THREE’s Online Learning Center. The self-paced online lessons include a variety of interactive learning experiences. These consist of:

  • Discussion Board Forums that provide an opportunity to interact, reflect and provide and receive peer feedback.
  • Four Community of Practice meetings that offer peer interactions to celebrate achievements and address dilemmas that arise in putting the lessons into practice.
  • Optional Fieldwork that provides an opportunity to extend reflection and learning.


Complete the form below to be considered for this training opportunity.

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What is your highest Level of education? Choose one answer. *
In what sector do you currently work? Choose one answer.
How long have you been a Prenatal to Age Five (P-5) professional? Choose one answer. *
What community/communities do you provide services in?
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