Professional Development


Professional Development

Sharing our Expertise–What High-Quality Looks, Sounds, and Feels Like

Children’s Village’s PQAS-certified staff offer firsthand experience and encourage workshop participants to share their perspectives.  Our aim:  guiding professionals to best respond to the needs of children and families.

In fact, Children’s Village has constructed new adult classroom space, located on-site at our nationally accredited STAR4 early education program serving at-risk childen.  Plans are also underway for classroom and other renovations to ensure our facilities best accommodate our professional development efforts, including classroom observations. More to come on that exciting program!

We Can Come to You

Children’s Village can provide professional development workshops to your staff on-site at your location, offering greater convenience and cost savings.  We work with you to tailor workshops to the specific needs of your program.

Professional Development Workshops

At the moment there are no Professional Development Workshops listed, but check back soon for updates!

To review Workshop Descriptions and Register, visit

Please direct questions about Children’s Village workshops to Huan Chen, Administrative Assistant,


Our Impact on Practice-Feedback from Workshop Participants

  • Course: Iron Triangle (part of the Business Management Workshops for Directors)  Presenter: Mary Graham, Executive Director, Children’s Village
    A Director reported that she has made changes to her parent fee agreement, communicated those changes, and implemented the new agreement policies, resulting in the reduction from $7,200 to $700 of monies owed to two programs. Asked if her actions were a direct result of the Business Management Workshops she attended at Children’s Village, she said “yes.” She explained that she had known for years that she was not fully implementing CCIS regulations. Hearing from Mary Graham, the Executive Director of a high-quality program also serving low-income families, resonated with her and inspired the workshop participant to take action.





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