Workforce Development

Community of Practice Facilitation

Mar 7, 2016

This session is designed to provide facilitators with the knowledge and skills needed to encourage peer learning through ongoing Communities of Practice.

Working with very young children and their families can be extremely rewarding, but it also can pose challenges. Have you ever wondered if other providers working with young children and families experience the same challenges? Do they know how to handle these challenges when they arise? The answer is that no one person has all the answers. By working together, a community of passionate and committed providers can share experiences of what has worked and what has not worked, sharing ideas and strategies to help very young children and their families reach greater well-being. This session is designed to provide facilitators with the knowledge and skills needed to encourage peer learning through ongoing Communities of Practice. Through Communities of Practice, these facilitators will be able to share strategies for increasing core knowledge around improving well-being for very young children.

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