**Boot Camp for Trainers who will be training others on Special Education Law or Understanding of Reasonable Accomodations
Hours: 10 TOT Clock Hours or 1.0 CEU Live Instructor Led Hours
A Training Curriculum on IDEA 2004’s Part C
Welcome to NICHCY’s training curriculum on early intervention!
- Module 1–Basics of Early Intervention
- Module 3–Pre-Referral and Referral Activities new!
- Module 4–Screening, Evaluation, and Assessment Procedures new!
- Module 5–Procedures for IFSP Development, Review, and Evaluation new!
- Module 6–Content of the IFSP new!
- Module 8–The Transition Process and Lead Agency Notification
- Module 9–Development of the Transition Plan
- Module 10–Introduction to Procedural Safeguards new!
- Module 12–Access to and Examination of Records new!
- Module 14–System of Payments and Use of Funds in Part C new!
Resource: NICHCY Legacy
Approvals: ECE Trainers, Special Education Coordinators, Parent Advocates, TIPS Certified Trainers, Administrators, aand others working with infant and toddlers with disabilities
Certificates of Completion: TOT hours will be granted, Foster Parent Certificates and Parent Educator CEUs
** Live Webinar Link Is Located on Confirmation Page and Ticket
About the Training Curriculum
Here’s the story, straight to the point:
Title | Building the Legacy for Our Youngest Children with Disabilities: A Training Curriculum on Part C of IDEA 2004
By Whom? | This training curriculum is being produced by NICHCY at the request of the Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) at the U.S. Department of Education.
For Whom? | The curriculum is intended to help all those involved with infants and toddlers with disabilities understand and implement Part C of IDEA 2004. That’s the federal law that authorizes early intervention services in the nation.
What’s Included? | Modules are designed to be used primarily by trainers to train others about early intervention program under Part C of IDEA. As such, each completed module has a slideshow, a trainer’s guide, and handouts and activity sheets for participants. You don’t have to be a trainer to learn from the curriculum, though. All are welcome to read, download, learn, and share.
Why? | Final regulations for Part C of IDEA were published in September 2011. OSEP wants to ensure that the early intervention field has solid guidance about those regulations–what’s new, what’s the same, and the oh-so-many details involved in providing early intervention services to eligible infants and toddlers with disabilities in every state and territory.