Early Childhood Organizations 

National Association of Early Childhood Trainers
NAEYC CODE OF ETHICS Supplement for Adult Educators

As early childhood trainers you have an ethical responsibility to:
1.  Adult Learners
2.  Practicum Sites
3.  Institutions of higher learning and  
     agencies providing training
4.  Colleagues
5.  Children and Families
6.  Community, society, and the field of 
     early childhood education

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Administration for Children and Families
Council for Professional Recognition (CDA)
ZERO TO THREE-National Center for Infants, Toddlers, and Families

Printable Documents
6 Books for Further Reading

1.  The Trainer's Tool Kit by Cy Charney and Kathy 
2.  101 Ways to Make Training Active by M. Silberman 
     and K. Lawson
3.  Team-Building Activities for Every Group by Alanna 
4.  The Big Book of Team Building Games: Trust-  
     Building Activities, Team Spirit Exercises and Other 
     Fun Things to Do by Edward Scannell
5.  Indoor/Outdoor Team Building Games for Trainers by
     Harrison Snow
6.  201 Icebreakers by Edie West

10 Tips for Successful Child Care Training Workshops

1. Have all of your 
    materials organized 
    in advance. 
2. Take time before 
    hand to check to make  
    sure that all of the 
    little things are in 
    order such as 
    enough chairs, who 
    to contact if there is a 
    problem, how to 
    control the lighting 
3. Actively involve 
    whenever possible. 
4. Show how content is 
    applicable to the 
    workplace and day to 
    day practice. 
5. Let your enthusiasm 
    for the topic shine 
6.  Check for 
     understanding and 
     questions through out 
     the training. 
7.  Have clearly stated 
8.  Use visual aids, when 
9.  Speak slowly and 
10. Make eye-contact with