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The Partnerships Project Training Modules are a community based training delivery model for practitioners and parents in communities who serve children birth to six with special needs and their families. One of the goals is to create natural partnerships between the service providers who support children and families. The training is for early childhood service providers with a target audience of early childhood educators, child care and family day home providers, lay home visitors, IDP/AIDP, SCD/ASCD consultants, social workers, public health nurses, parents, SEA, teachers, family support workers, and key workers.

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Partnerships Project Logo

The Training Modules provide participants with knowledge and skills in various topics to increase their ability to support the children and families in their community settings. These Modules offer a viable and proactive form of training that utilizes the strengths and skills of practitioners and the services within the communities in B.C.

Experienced practitioners and parents in communities are trained to be Facilitators to deliver the training within their own region, thus localizing training supports. Find out more about Training Information, how to access it, and steps to become a Facilitator on the Training page.

For information about the purpose and background of the Partnerships Project visit the About page. The current status of the project is on the Status page. If you wish further information or have questions, please Contact Us.

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Aboriginal Infant Development Program
Aboriginal Infant Development Program
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Aboriginal Supporting Child Development Program
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Comox Valley Child Development Association

The Partnerships Project Training Modules are a community based training delivery model for practitioners and parents in communities who serve children birth to six with special needs and their families.