The Physical Activity Learning Session (PALS) training is for early childhood providers to learn the best practices of physical activity for children birth to five, to support practice and policy changes. PALS combines content learning with facility-level self- assessments, policy development opportunities, resources and materials aimed at supporting practice change in early childhood programs leading to healthier, more active children.
Iowa's Early Childhood and School Age Professional Workforce Registry (i-PoWeR) is a comprehensive registry where you can find and enroll in the Department of Human Services (DHS) approved professional development opportunities related to early childhood and school-age professionals. It will also maintain a record of your professional achievements. Approved training opportunities can be accessed by visiting i-PoWeR below.
Training will cover the following areas:
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