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Child Care Provider Technical Assistance and Coaching

The SDSU Child and Family Resource Network is part of the Early Childhood Enrichment system which provides technical assistance to support a challenge or an opportunity for strengthening skills. On-site technical assistance can be in the form of an observation to assist providers with behaviors and guidance, evaluation and enhancement of policies and  procedures. Providers can also create a coaching relationship with an CFRN Training Specialist to increase their confidence to put their knowledge from ECE trainings into action until that desired skill has become a quality practice within their child care program.

Here are the main categories that the SDSU-CFRN Training Specialists can support area child care providers: 

Business PracticesCurriculumGuidance and DisciplineResponsive CaregivingSafetyHealthChild DevelopmentEnvironment
  •  Fiscal
  • Marketing/promotion
  • Personnel
  • Policy
  • Activities
  • Learning through play
  • Observation
  • Planning  
  • Challenging behaviors
  • Communication
  • Routines and schedules
  • Parent relationships
  • Communication
  • Conflict resolution
  • Communication
  • Cultural awareness
  • Inclusion
  • Interactions  
  • Emergency  preparedness
  • Indoor safety
  • Outdoor safety
  • Nutrition physical
  • Movement
  • Sanitation and handwashing
  • Infant
  • Toddler
  • Preschool
  • School age
  • Outdoor
  • Room arrangement
  • Toys/ materials

If you are a child care provider or working in a child care program, and are interested in technical assistance and coaching, please complete the inquiry form below.