South Carolina Inclusion Collaborative - ProSolutions Training
cancel

South Carolina Inclusion Collaborative


Welcome to the SC Child Care Inclusion Collaborative home for online learning. We are pleased to offer online training modules for child care providers. Providers working in programs in South Carolina will receive child care training credit for successful completion of the courses offered. To learn more about the other resources and services available through the SC Child Care Inclusion Collaborative, click here.

The following online courses are available:

Ages and Stages Questionnaire (ASQ)

Developmental Screening and the ASQ-3 (2 hours Professional Development): This course is designed to provide an overview of assessment, how to conduct developmental screening using the ASQ-3, how to interpret developmental screening results; communicate with parents about development, and how to make appropriate referrals. This course is being offered free of charge. SC ASQ Online: Assessment to Inform Practice (2 hours Professional Development): This course is designed to be completed by child care teachers and administrators using the SC ASQ Online System in their programs. This course is being offered free of charge to students who will be completing the ASQ-3 screening process online through the South Carolina Child Care Inclusion Collaborative. If you will be using the paper version of the ASQ-3, please take the course "Developmental Screening and the ASQ-3" instead.
Development of ASC courses was funded by the South Carolina Department of Social Services Division of Early Care and Education. Questions about this project? Please contact the South Carolina Inclusion Collaborative at ASQ@mailbox.sc.edu or 803-777-8483.

Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

ADA Basics for Child Care Providers (2 hours Professional Development): This course is designed to provide an overview of the Americans with Disabilities Act, specifically the provisions related to child care. In addition, participants will learn the benefits of inclusion, how to communicate with families, and how to develop an inclusive practices policy for their program. The course will also provide multiple resources should providers need assistance including a child with a disability in their program. The target audience for this course is child care owners, directors, and teachers.
ADA Basics for Child Care Monitors and Professional Development Providers (2 hours Professional Development): This course is designed to provide an overview of the Americans with Disabilities Act, specifically the provisions related to child care. In addition, participants will learn the benefits of inclusion, how to communicate with child care providers about inclusion, and how to recognize recommended practices for inclusion. The course will also provide multiple resources should providers need assistance including a child with a disability in their program. The target audience for this course is ABC Quality monitor, Child Care Licensing monitors, child care trainers, and child care technical assistance providers/coaches. 
ADA Basic for Families Making Child Care Decisions: This course is designed to provide an overview of the Americans with Disabilities Act, specifically the provisions related to child care. Families will learn the benefits of inclusion for their child, how to communicate with child care providers about their child’s needs, how to recognize quality when selecting a provider, and gain access to a number of resources available in South Carolina to aid in their search. The target audience for this course is family members of children with disabilities or special healthcare needs who are looking for child care. PLEASE NOTE: THIS COURSE IS SPECIFICALLY FOR FAMILIES SEARCHING FOR CHILD CARE. THIS COURSE IS NOT APPROVED FOR CHILD CARE TRAINING CREDIT. IF YOU ARE A CHILD CARE PROVIDER, PLEASE REGISTER FOR THE "ADA BASICS FOR CHILD CARE PROVIDERS” COURSE.