Are there any free early childhood webinars for educators?

Supporting Young Children’s Creative Thinking Using Problems They Care About: Engineering Design In ECE, by Peggy Ashbrook… Early Childhood Investigations offers free webinars to early childhood educators. The series is produced by Engagement Strategies, LLC., and presented by leading authors, experts, and leaders.

How long is the Aderant remote table training?

Course Description: This 4-hour hands-on remote tables training class with providing you with the building blocks for exploring your Expert database. Using SQL, you’ll navigate an Expert 8.2 database and leave understanding the basic table structure and with the ability to start working on your own reports and queries.

What are the topics in the Aderant training course?

In this session, you’ll review the overall setup of the Expert Environment and review best practices for environment management. Topics include: Classic Framework applications; Services Framework applications; Network infrastructure; Network share layout; Server review; SQL Server review; System sizing and growth. Read More…

Are there 60 minute webinars for Administrative Professionals?

Our 60–minute webinars are a convenient, fast, and cost–effective way for administrative professionals to develop their skills. Many of the webinar topics you will discover below are derived from Joan Burge’s 50+ years as a former assistant, CEO, administrative expert, and corporate trainer.

Do you get a certificate for attending a webinar?

Gain access to on-demand webinars as part of a Learning Hub Subscription or purchase webinars individually online. Pause, rewind, make notes and discuss, our interactive platform allows you to take control of your professional development. When you complete a webinar, you will receive a certificate of attendance.

Is the ECA Learning Hub offering live webinars?

The ECA Learning Hub also offers recordings of all previously live webinars held between 2014 and 2016. These webinars are offered at a lower price than the on-demand webinars, and are only available for individual purchase through the Learning Hub website. Read more…

How are early childhood professionals engage with NAIDOC Week?

Early childhood professionals consider how they engage with and celebrate NAIDOC Week in their local community context, including how the week forms part of their approach to embedding Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives in their everyday programs. Read more…