An important responsibility of the Local Early Education Planning Council (LPC) is to support the training needs and retention of Title 5 State Subsidized Child Care Providers. Since 2000, AB 212 funds have been allocated by the California Department of Education – Early Learning and Care Division to the LPC annually for child care staff retention activities, to retain qualified staff who work directly with children in state-subsidized, center-based programs.
The LPC, led by the Workforce sub-committee and in partnership with the Title 5 Providers group, develops a countywide plan in accordance with approved guidelines and submit these plans to the California Department of Education for review and approval. The funds are intended to supplement, not supplant, existing efforts and investments to retain qualified child care staff at the local level and to promote best practices that foster quality early childhood education.
The LPC is proud to support both the Quality Matters Stipend Program as well as training for Title 5 State Subsidized Child Care Providers. For more information, please click on the links below, or contact Giang Le, Early Learning Services Specialist with the LPC at (408) 453-4331.
LPC supports the training needs and retention of Title 5 State Subsidized Child Care Providers.
CSEFEL Training Series
Center for the Social Emotional Foundations of Early Learning (CSEFEL) Training Series
, December 2018 – March 2019
ECERS Online Training
Early Childhood Environment Rating Scale (ECERS) Online Training for Early Childhood Educators
ECE Leadership Reimbursement
Early Childhool Education (ECE) Leadership Reimbursement Program is supported by AB 212 funding
Growing Peaceful Classrooms & Communities Training, November 2018 & March 2019
ITERS-R Online Training
Infant/Toddler Environment Rating Scale (ITERS-R©) Online Training for Early Childhood Educators
Pacific Oaks College
Pacific Oaks College – Human Development Class (HD 426): Working with Children Who Challenge Teachers' Skills
The Program for Infant Toddler Care (PITC) Workshop Series
is a responsive, relationship-based approach to infant/toddler care.
TIP Training Series
Trauma Informed Practices in Early Childhood (TIP) Training Series
are held from October 2018 to May 2019.