New Hampshire Progressive Training & Technical Assistance Program
The New Hampshire Progressive Training and Technical Assistance Program is an opportunity for child care programs to participate in focused and facilitated training and technical assistance that promotes professionalism and program quality.
The New Hampshire Progressive Training and Technical Assistance Program is an opportunity for child care programs to participate in focused and facilitated training and technical assistance that promotes professionalism and program quality. The initiative is open to approximately 25 family child care and center-based programs per year and offers growth in a variety of topics, including:
- Program Emergency Preparedness and Response;
- Progressive Professional Development for Staff;
- Strengthening Families, Strengthening Care;
- NH Early Learning Standards; and
- Infant & Toddler Initiative
The selection process is based on program need and location and, in an effort to impact all areas of the state, a minimum of two to three child care programs are selected per region. Lasting approximately 10 months, this free program begins at multiple points throughout the calendar year and is delivered on-site at selected programs.
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