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The Bulletin 137: Early Learning Center Licensing Regulations Overview (Chapters 1-9) is the first in a 4-part series of courses designed for all administrators, directors, teachers and other support staff that own, operate and/or work in licensed “out of home” early learning centers. This course is covers nine chapters of Bulletin 137 beginning with background on Louisiana's vision for ensuring all children enter Kindergarten ready to learn and be successful. Changes in the state's child care licensing regulations were part of achieving that vision. The course will cover:
The lectures are filled with many activities that make it interactive and engaging for participants taking this course. After completing this course, students will earn 2.0 training hours.
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|Section 1: Course 1 - Overview of Chapters 1-9|
Course 1 Introduction
Course 1 Pre-test
Test Your Knowledge - License Types
Ownership of Early Learning Centers
Licensing Process and Procedures
Test Your Knowledge Part 1
Test Your Knowledge Part 2
Test Your Knowledge Part 3
Test Your Knowledge Part 4
Changes Requiring a New License
Summary and Post-test
Course 1 Post-test
Contact Information and Obtaining Your Certificate
Ashley is a Program Manager in the Division of Licensing. Prior to joining the Division of Licensing, Ashley worked at the Department of Education in the Division of Nutrition Support where she was a Program Specialist. Her duties included compliance monitoring for the National School Lunch Program, School Breakfast Program, Summer Food Service Program and conducting Nutrient Analysis for school menus statewide.
Nicholy Johnson has over twenty years of experience in the early childhood field. She has provided professional development to early childhood teachers and administrators throughout the state of Louisiana, and has presented at local, state, and national conferences. Ms. Johnson also has a vast amount of experience using reliable and valid assessment tools to evaluate the effectiveness of early childhood programs. Nicholy is a former kindergarten teacher who currently works at the Louisiana Department of Education (LDE) in the Division of Early Childhood. At the LDE, Ms. Johnson serves as an education consultant where she works with Child Care Resource and Referral Agencies who provide trainings, technical assistance, and referrals for child care providers and for families of young children.