Steps To Quality Approved Online Professional Learning

Follow the link below to view approved online trainings. Some trainings on the list have a cost associated with them. If you are interested in completing a training with a cost associated, Steps to Quality will reimburse you for the cost of the training. This funding is available on a first come first serve basis to staff at a Steps to Quality participating site. Funds will be dispersed until they run out through June 1, 2021. Please e-mail Michelle Lucero directly at mlucero@bcoe.org to indicate interest.

Steps to Quality Approved Online Training Document

Valley Oak Children's Service Training Calendar

Valley Oak Children's Serivces offers a variety of trainings for early learning and care professoinals. Check out their online calendar or call and request to be added to their newsletter (530) 895-3572.

California Early Childhood Online

California Early Learning and Development System provides an integrated set of modules based on state-of-the-art information for early learning and development and best practices in early education.

CA Workforce Registry Training Search

The CA Workforce Registry has a training search by county, trainer name, Sponsor and more. Example: To find all CPIN training's available. Type "CPIN" in the sponsor name box and click search.

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Steps to Quality is the locally implemented Quality Counts California. It is led by a consortium committed to enhancing and sustaining a quality early learning and care system for the County. This is done by elevating the quality of programs through coaching, training, technical assistance, and financial incentives.

1870 Bird Street, Oroville, CA, USAbutteqi@bcoe.org530-532-5648stepstoquality.org

Virtual Trauma Series

Ce Eshelman, LMFT, Attachment and Trauma Specialist, and Author invites you to learn more about the best practices when supporting children and youth by continuing to present her virtual series, Supporting Children through Challenging Times and from Difficult Beginnings.

Wed. May 5, 2021, 2:30-5:30PM

Traumatized Children Need Specialized Parenting

Wed. June 2, 2021, 2:30-5:30PM

Living with Neuro-diverse Children - An Advanced Skill Building Workshop

Please, download the flyer below for more information and use the link below to register for one or both remaining sessions.


NEW!! CPIN Trainings for April and May 2021!

California Preschool Instructional Network (CPIN ) has announced several new training opportunities this Spring season.

Download the PDF below for a list of the upcoming training sessions, brief descriptions for each and links to their registration pages. These trainings contribute to California’s professional learning goals for this year.

CPIN Trainings List

Help Me Grow Developmental Screening Event!

One of the goals of Help Me Grow Butte County is to ensure children ages 0-5 receive timely developmental screenings. If the results indicated a concern then Help Me Grow can support a family in getting connected to local services and resources. To celebrate our young children and families in Butte County, each family that completes a developmental screening through Help Me Grow Butte will be entered into a drawing to receive a gift basket of books! https://www.helpmegrowbutte.org/screening

Outdoor Play

10x: Play in the Grass! Practical Considerations for Quality Outdoor Play

NAEYC offers 10 recommendations for how to inspire children and families to make the most out of outdoor play.


The Importance of Unstructured Outdoor Play

Bright Horizons indicates the significance of encouraging children to play outside to better support their development.


10 Nature Activities to Help Families Through the Pandemic

If you're looking for more ways to connect with family and the great outdoors, check out these 10 Nature Activities from Richard Louv, Co-Founder and Chairman Emeritus of Child and Nature Network.


Family Engagement

“A relationship-based, mutual, respectful, and responsive partnership between families, early learning and care providers, and other related professionals to promote children’s development, learning, and wellness. Family engagement happens when early childhood professionals and families actively participate in an ongoing process of building and maintaining these meaningful relationships.”

– First 5 California, State of California, 2019