Advancing as a Profession: Session 3 - A Well Compensated Profession (online real-time training)

Vermont’s Early Childhood Action Plan and Let’s Grow Kids’ 2021 Policy Agenda both focus on strategies to increase early childhood workforce compensation and benefits without shifting costs to families. Nationally, Power to the Profession’s Unifying Framework describes the audacious vision: Each and every child, beginning at birth, has the opportunity to benefit from high-quality, affordable early childhood education, delivered by a diverse, effective, well-prepared, and well-compensated workforce. This Northern Lights-approved, online real-time training provides participants with an understanding of the Unifying Framework’s recommendations for professional compensation and how they relate to other components—Professional Identity, Three Designations, and Aligned Preparation Pathways. 

Presenters: Rachel Hunter, Christina Goodwin, and Kim Freeman.

Advancing as a Recognized Profession in Vermont is offering three opportunities to take session 3. Please choose the date and time that works best for your schedule.

Register for March 22, 2021 (6:00–7:30 PM) training
Register for March 25, 2021 (12:00–1:00 PM) training
Register for May 5, 2021 (6:00–7:30 PM) training

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