NCECQA Licensing Professional Development Series
The National Center on Early Childhood Quality Assurance's Licensing Professional Development Series is designed exclusively for state, territory, and Tribal licensing staff to hear from guest speakers who are subject matter experts on key topics. These professional development opportunities are designed to support states, territories, and Tribes develop and implement effective licensing practices. Topics covered can help licensing and license-exempt staff and partners consider new child care policies and regulations and implement best practices and requirements as child care recovers from the pandemic.
The sessions in this series focus on technical assistance and enforcement, equity, and effective quality assurance strategies.
This webinar can help strengthen practices to achieve a positive impact on children in out-of-home care through effective monitoring, enforcement, and technical assistance.
This webinar explains equity in the early childhood system and outlines considerations that licensing systems should consider in support of equity.
This webinar discusses supporting quality assurance efforts, establishing formal quality assurance processes, and using administrative data.
This webinar discusses how appreciation and respect play a role in healthy relationships; how regulatory authority impacts licensor/provider interactions; and how care settings present different stressors for both the licensor and provider.
This webinar discusses monitoring and observation visits in Tennessee, including quality rating and improvement system redesign, staff alignment, and additional quality supports.