Congratulations to Lynn Morris! The first recipient of the NYS Early Learning Trainer's Credential! Becoming an Approved Trainer through the NYS Early Learning Trainer Credential program is a valuable contribution to developing the knowledge and skills of the early childhood teaching workforce, and in turn, ensuring quality early learning experiences for children. To learn more about this credential visit the NYS Association for the Education of Young Children website.
MORE Congratulations to Lynn Morris! Lynn is now nationally certified in the four modules of the Program for Infant and Toddler Care. Fewer than 100 trainers in NYS have earned this certification. To learn more about this program, visit The Program For Infant Toddler Care
Welcome to Training Unlimited: Educational Services for Child Care Providers!
Are you looking for innovative training? Are you tired of going out nights and weekends to fulfill your training requirements? Do you need training in winter months and hate driving in snow? Are the trainings located in what you consider to be unsafe areas? Did you open your day care in your home to be with your family only to hire babysitters and travel to trainings in the evenings? Would you rather spend your summer nights outside?
This site is dedicated to you, the people answering yes to those questions! Child care providers, both in home and in centers, nurture children—a high stress job—daily. Training must be easily accessible and convenient or the requirements will add too much to your workload. We believe you want and will actively participate in workshops that create links between theory and practical application. Every course offered here will encourage you to apply principles discussed immediately in your program.
New workshops will be posted periodically. Visit regularly until a course strikes your need or contact us to make a suggestion. We listen to you, our clientele. Your suggestions may be the framework for revisions!
We are located in New York State and all workshops offered here are based on the criteria from a policy issued by the New York State Office of Children and Family Services in February 2002. Approvals from other states will be added when received.