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ERSEA Training Series

Head Start/Early Head Start Eligibility, Recruitment, Selection, Enrollment, Attendance Training Series

You asked, and we answered. We built an on-demand, micro-learning series on the ERSEA regulations.

Everyone working in a Head Start/Early Head Start program must follow a specific set of requirements in identifying, recruiting and selecting those children and families with the most need in their communities. There are also specific guidelines for attendance and enrollment. During these micro- webinar recordings (ranging from 3 – 16 minutes), keep your current and new staff up to date with the regulations. They are great for governing bodies and policy council members too!

This six-month subscription gives your team access to the following topics:

  • Attendance Requirements
  • Age Requirements
  • Aligned Monitoring System 2.0 – Focus Area 1
  • Aligned Monitoring System 2.0 – Focus Area 2
  • Community Assessments
  • Definitions
  • Eligibility Requirements
  • Enrollment Requirements
  • Fees
  • Records
  • Recruitment Requirements
  • Regulation Structure
  • Selection Requirements
  • Training
  • Verification Requirements
  • Violations

Watch them all at once or schedule them when it’s most convenient to learn. Watch them multiple times. And if you have ERSEA questions, join our one-hour quarterly live Q&A webinars to get them answered.

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Tammy engages with leadership teams to strategically align their goals to grow, expand, and meet their organization's mission.  She is one of our nationally recognized trainers in the areas of organizational development, organizational culture, human resources, leadership, and management.

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Board Governance Training DVD Series

A training program that can provide education to your board when you want it and when they need it. Each session is broken into eight easy-to-view sections, each lasting 30-45 minutes on the three “R’s” of effective board governance – Regulations, Requirements, and Responsibilities.