• December 2012/January 2013
  • Vol. 13, No. 11

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Contemporary Practices in Early Intervention

The Contemporary Practices in Early Intervention for Children Birth to Age Five (CPEI) is offering early childhood intervention service providers a series of trainings and resources to meet the needs of young vulnerable children and their families. The trainings are intended for early intervention and early childhood service providers from the education, health care, therapeutic, and social service arenas. 

The CPEI curriculum is available through four options:

  • Graduate Certificate Program: Contemporary Practices in Early Childhood Intervention: A hybrid distance learning and partial classroom instruction program on evidenced-based early intervention practices through Georgetown University, School of Continuing Studies, and Center for Continuing and Professional Development
  • Continuing Education Credit: Various curriculums worth 20 credit hours or two continuing education credits and includes a certificate indicating hours earned
  • Non-Credit: Resources for providers not seeking continuing education credits
  • Group Training: Offered for those interested in arranging group trainings or trainings to statewide systems

More information and registration for the CPEI curriculum is available on the Contemporary Practices in Early Intervention for Children Birth to Age Five website:

http://www.teachingei.org/index.html

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