Training of Trainers

for our Family Child Care Fundamentals Curriculum 

Due to concerns surrounding public health, workshops have moved to an online format.  

If you are interested in attending this Training of Trainers and do not see a training scheduled, please fill out this form and we will reach out when registration begins. 

About our team: 

Our Family Child Care Business Incubator Team leads participants on a transformational professional development pathway that results in the creation of unique, thriving child care businesses that serve a diverse population of California families. 

Our Training of Trainers (TOT) provides the resources, knowledge and facilitation strategies for other trainers to deliver Children’s Council’s Family Child Care (FFC) Fundamentals Curriculum to their community.  

The FCC Fundamentals Curriculum is a strength-based series of workshops created to provide high-quality, accessible, empowering entrepreneurship training for people who are starting new child care businesses, as well as for established child care providers. The FCC Fundamentals Series covers the following topics:  

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Who is Training of Trainers for? 

This series is for partners from child care resource and referral agencies in California who want to effectively teach our Family Child Care Fundamentals Series in their county, as well as independent trainers who work in the Early Childhood Education field.  


Participants should have experience delivering interactive child care workshops and training. 

Course Materials: 

Attendees will receive a course manual with the presentation slides and handouts. We will also provide access to our PowerPoint files and the FCC Fundamentals workbook in three languages (Spanish, English and Cantonese). 

More about this training: 

Attendees must attend all four days in order to receive their certification. 

Technical Requirements: 

Training-of-Trainers will be delivered virtually through the Zoom platform; attendees must use a computer and have their cameras on. Active participation is encouraged. 

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