Professional development provides the blueprint for successful literacy program implementation. NCFL offers on-site training and technical assistance, tools and resources, online courses and distance learning, as well as the National Conference on Family Literacy. NCFL’s professional development system utilizes the latest educational research and is informed by more than 15 years of field experience. All professional development is provided by certified trainers with subject matter expertise.
NCFL offers a variety of trainings designed for diverse audiences, including:
- Adult and family literacy program managers and instructors
- Early childhood teachers
- Head Start teachers and administrators
- Elementary reading teachers
- Parent involvement staff
- Title One teachers and administrators
- ELL teachers
- Volunteer tutors
- Home visitors
- Community leaders
Are you looking for some on-site training for your organization? Let us know! NCFL can provide the following information about bringing a training to your school, district or community: full descriptions, training objectives, agendas and cost estimates.
Trainings generally last one to three days, and we can customize many of the sessions to meet your program’s needs. Continuing Education Units (CEUs) are available for selected trainings. NCFL also can provide presenters or facilitators for group presentations, discussions, luncheons, conferences, planning meetings, customized trainings, technical assistance and other events.
How can you take advantage of NCFL’s expertise and research? Contact us about training today! E-mail Ann Reynolds, or call NCFL at 502-584-1133 x149.
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