Webinars: How Do They Work?

Most webinars are conducted in two parts: 1 ½ hours the first day and 1 hour the second day with a reading assignment. Webinars are free for Type III programs, $10 for others.

  • Notices are sent by email of a scheduled Webinar with registration information.
  • Register and you will receive an email invitation with a log-in link. You may receive articles to read by email
  • Log on to the website up to 15 minutes before the scheduled time on your computer, tablet, or phone.
  • Participate in the training, ask questions, view PowerPoint and videos, take a short test.
  • Receive your certificate in the mail for 3 clock hours credit for licensing, CDA, and Pathways.

A webinar is a training session conducted over the Internet using computers, tablets, or phones.

Webinar Topics

W-2w Marvelous Manipulatives: Tools for Learning (CDA 2)
Learn how to get the most from the many table toys you have. Find out how and what children learn and how to interact and document what they learn with CLASS and Gold
W-3e Challenging Behavior: Understanding and Responding (CDA 3)

What causes children to misbehave and what can we do about it? Find out strategies you can use to reduce challenging behavior.

W-4d The Many Forms of Parent Involvement (CDA 4) (ADM 5)

New licensing regulations call for a parent involvement policy and provision of at least two ways for parents to be involved. Learn easy ways to meet the requirement.

W-5d Create a Newsletter that Parents Will Read (CDA 5) (ADM 5)

Licensing requires ways for  parents to be involved. Learn features of Microsoft Word and how to produce a newsletter to communicate, educate, and provide recognition.

W-5e Customer Service: Key to Maintaining Enrollment (CDA 5) (ADM 5)

Excellent customer service is the secret to success in any business or organization. Learn what the largest corporations know about successful service relationships.

W-5u Finding a Curriculum that Works for You (CDA 5) (ADM 6)

Wondering what to do about upcoming curriculum requirements in early care and education programs? Find out what to consider in making this important decision. 

W-5v Staff Orientation: Getting Off to the Right Start (CDA 5) (ADM 3)

This webinar covers the following topics required  to be addressed with employees within 7 employment days and 30 employment days—and provides 3 clock hours of training.:

  • child abuse identification and reporting
  • safe sleep practices
  • emergency preparation
  • licensing regulations
  • health and safety
  • shaken baby prevention
  • child development
  • child guidance
  • learning activities


W-5w Federal Taxes 101: Staying out of trouble with the IRS (CDA 5) (ADM 2)

The IRS has the power to seize your assets and impose hefty fines if you do not make timely deposits and payments. This session helps you avoid risk by ensuring you follow the laws.

W-5x Stop, Look, and Listen: Are Your Transportation Practices Safe? (CDA 5) (ADM 1)

Licensing Regulations State: “All staff members responsible for transporting children shall receive additional orientation training in the following areas prior to assuming their transportation duties:

  • transportation regulations, including modeling of how to properly conduct a vehicle passenger check and demonstration by staff to director on how to conduct a vehicle passenger check;
  • proper use of child safety restraints required by state law;
  • proper loading, unloading, and tracking of children as required by state law;
  • location of first aid supplies; and
  • emergency procedures for the vehicle, including actions to be taken in the event of accidents or breakdowns.
W-5y Transitions: Time for Guidance and Learning (CDA 2)

Transitions can be opportunities for learning when planned and handled well. Learn how to provide smooth transitions and avoid discipline issues during these important times.

W-8l Positive Body Image in Infants and Toddlers (CDA 8)

Infants and toddlers deserve the best we can give them. Learn how you can follow the Birth to Five Early Learning and Development Standards with our infants and toddlers?

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