The Wisconsin Model Early Learning Standards (WMELS) trainings will provide participants with an opportunity to understand the WMELS so that they will be able to build a foundation for high-quality care & education for all children from birth to the beginning of 1st grade. Participants learn how to apply the WMELS Performance Standards to determine what children should know & be able to do, plan learning experiences, provide supportive environments & collect data to ensure that all children are learning & making progress.
Goals of the WMELS Training:
WMELS Training Opportunities
Regional Training Opportunities can be found on the Registry Training Calendar
Additional Credit-based Opportunities
Find a WMELS Trainer
WMELS Trainers are available to do training throughout Wisconsin. WMELS Approved Trainers include: child care providers, teachers (classroom & higher education), program support personnel, technical assistance personnel & administrators that represent the full range of services offered to young children from birth to 1st grade. The training is offered in a variety of formats. Some are available for University & Technical College Credit.
The WMELS Approved Trainers experienced a rigorous approval process. The process includes an application, attending a WMELS Training & completing one or more WMELS Training with a mentor. WMELS Approved Trainers commit to co-facilitating training in partnership with other WMELS Approved Trainers. ~ WI Model Early Learning Standards Approved Trainer Process
For more information on finding a WMELS approved trainer or becoming a WMELS Approved Trainer, contact: Tiffany Swain, [email protected]
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