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Introducing the EOT&TA Subscriber


EOT&TA is pleased to introduce a new streamlined registration process. The new subscriber interface registers your information with EOT&TA, creating a user profile and password. This will allow you to login from anywhere and register for training and technical assistance with a few clicks of the mouse. Your subscriber profile will also provide you with access to past training receipts, notifications when training becomes available in your area, EOT&TA newsletters, mailings, brochures, and much more. Additionally, Early On Coordinators and referral personnel can gain access to registration reports and 1800EarlyOn referral reports.

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About EOT&TA
Early On® Training and Technical Assistance (EOT&TA), an Innovative Project of Clinton County RESA, offers personnel development to Michigan's early intervention service providers and parents. In particular, EOT&TA supports personnel in the 56 service areas throughout Michigan who provide services to infants and toddlers through Part C of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), known as Early On® Michigan.

EOT&TA is funded by IDEA through a grant awarded by the Michigan Department of Education to provide the comprehensive system of personnel development mandated by IDEA. EOT&TA's primary purpose is to assist service areas in complying with the federal regulations and state policy related to Early On® Michigan. EOT&TA provides support, information, and training related to Early On processes, child development, developmental assessment of infants and toddlers, early intervention strategies, and state and national initiatives.

Essentials of Early On Training

The Essential Elements of Early On give participants an opportunity to access information about key processes and resources in Early On. We encourage every employee who works with infants and toddlers in Early On to take the time to complete all five of the Essential Elements of Early On online trainings.

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Early On 101: Essentials of Early On
IFSP Process: Essentials of Early On
Procedural Safeguards: Essentials of Early On
Facilitating Smooth and Effective Transitions: Essentials of Early On
Foundations for Early Intervention: Essentials of Early On

Essentials of Early On Competency Quizes

The Essential Elements of Early On give participants an opportunity to access information about key processes and resources in Early On. We encourage every employee who works with infants and toddlers in Early On to take the time to complete all five of the Essential Elements of Early On online trainings. Seasoned employees have the option to "test out" of the trainings by taking the competency quiz. The competency quiz is meant to enhance your learning, and highlight areas where you may want to clarify your knowledge. Personnel are required to pass the competency quiz with an 80% proficiency. With a score of 80% or better, successful completion is recorded in the EOT&TA database and a certificate of completion is available for printing.

Click on a quiz below to begin:

Early On 101 Competency Quiz
IFSP Process Competency Quiz
Procedural Safeguards Competency Quiz
Facilitating Smooth and Effective Transitions Competency Quiz
Foundations for Early Intervention Competency Quiz

Upcoming Early On Training

05/09/16 - IDA Refresher - Hillsdale Only - Hillsdale
05/13/16 - I'm Not a Social Worker! Why Am I Expected to be One? Strengthening the partnership skills of provi - Muskegon - FULL
05/20/16 - DECA Infant and Toddler (4 weeks to 36 months) WEBINAR
05/20/16 - DECA Clinical ( ages 3-6) WEBINAR
05/23/16 - Parent Interactions with Children: Checklist of Observations Linked to Outcomes (PICCOLO) Training - Roscommon
05/24/16 - Early On Coordinator Community of Practice - Grand Rapids
06/06/16 - I'm Not a Social Worker: Why Am I Expected to be One? Strengthening the partnership skills of provi - Greenville
06/06/16 - Early On & CMH Devereux Early Childhood Assessment for Infants and Toddlers (DECA I/T) Training - Wayne
06/13/16 - DECA Clinical ( ages 3-6) WEBINAR
06/13/16 - DECA Infant and Toddler (4 weeks to 36 months) WEBINAR
07/22/16 - Massie Campbell Scale of Mother-Infant Attachment Indicators During Stress - Kalamazoo
09/02/16 - Massie Campbell Scale of Mother-Infant Attachment Indicators During Stress - Wayne
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Online Training Opportunities

Early On Child Outcomes
Early On Family Outcomes
ECSE: B12 Presentation
ECSE: Preschool Special Education Child Outcomes
ECSE: Supporting Inclusion
ECSE: Understanding Early Childhood Special Education Child Outcomes Data Reports
Eligibility Tools: Calculating Delay
IDA Module 1
State Performance Plan Indicators for Early On

Upcoming Early On Center for Higher Education Training

06/10/16 - 2016 Early On Faculty Colloquium

NEW 2-Part Social & Emotional Webinar & Coaching Call Series

05/04/16 - Measuring Quality and Using Data to Improve Impact of Reflec...
05/11/16 - Early Childhood Trauma- Signs, Symptoms and Supports

Other Training Opportunities

05/04/16 - GSRP Early Childhood Specialist Webinar May 2016

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News & Notes
CIMS April 2016 Webinar Recording
Approved Final Early On Michigan State Plan
February 29, 2016 - From a Finding to Compliance Recording
February Workbook Overview for Part C Local Service Areas Webinar
Febuary 9, 2016 Early On Data Webinar Recording
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