This month, the Fall to Fall Series will focus on Relationship-Based Competency No. 9:
Foundations for Professional Growth: Actively participates in opportunities for continuous professional development.
To help you explore this month’s competency, we are pleased to share the following resources:
Family Services Career Central
Find professional development resources to improve your work with families. It includes link a to a national directory of credentialing and degree programs for family service workers.
Reflective Supervision: Putting It Into Practice - Webcast
Discover effective ways to offer reflective supervision in your Early Head Start, Head Start, or Migrant and Seasonal Head Start program. Healthy, supportive relationships between staff and supervisors help engage children and families successfully.
Supporting Recruitment, Orientation, and Supervision at the 17th Annual Birth to Three (vBTT) Institute
Watch these webinars from vBTT for strategies to support recruitment, orientation, and supervision in your program.
- Interviewing Strategies to Hire Relationship-Ready Staff
Use interviewing and other strategies to help identify candidates who will be able to relate well to children, parents, other staff, and supervisors.
- Growing Programs, Growing People: Reflective Leadership in Early Head Start
Explore the core practices and processes of being a successful reflective leader.
Last Reviewed: November 2013
Last Updated: May 14, 2014