Registration to open for 4th Annual Early Learning Conference | Community Spirit
Hernando County, FL -- The Early Learning Coalition of Pasco and Hernando Counties, Inc. (PHELC) invites child care providers, parents, and community members to take part in their open online registration this Friday, Sept. 16 for the 4th Annual Early Learning Conference on Nov. 12.
The conference will take place at Bishop McLaughlin Catholic High School, 13651 Hays Road in Spring Hill.
Participants will learn about the importance of of Early Learning education.
Featured presentations will include:
- "Moving from Tired to INSPIRED" by internationally known keynote speaker Sue Baldwin
- Three unique topics by Kaplan Trainer Keith Pentz
- Concert with GRAMMY nominated musical comedy team The Battersby Duo
The $25 registration fee includes:
- Full day conference with choice of more than 20 presentations
- Continental breakfast and lunch
- Entry into door prize giveaway
- Access to exhibit hall
The conference focuses on early childhood development, providing innovative practices from fields of:
- early education
- child care
- infant mental health
- family involvement
- business management
- social work
The 8-hour conference will include breakfast and lunch provided by PHELC. Conference attendees participate in three (3) breakout sessions. Each session will offer approximately 20 smaller breakout sessions, held in campus classrooms.
Guests may earn inservice training hours and may purchase CEU certificates for an additional $16. For more information about CEUs, contact Training Specialist Christine Dyal at email@example.com. For more information, visit www.phelc.org, or call (727) 233-8291.
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