Staff and providers who work with families with infants and toddlers enrolled in the North Carolina Infant-Toddler Program (ITP) must complete select trainings to ensure that ITP workforce maintains foundational knowledge and skills informed by evidence-based practices necessary to best support our families.
Training and professional development information included on this webpage are updated periodically to include the most up-to-date trainings, resources, and information for our workforce.
- Orientation to the North Carolina Infant-Toddler Program (Future Content)
- Introduction to the Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP) (Future Content)
- Child Outcomes Summary Form Training
- Coaching and Natural Learning Environment Practices in Teletherapy
- Coaching and Natural Learning Environment Practices Toolkit [PDF 1.9 MB]
- Responding to Child Abuse and Neglect
- Infant Mental Health Modules/Competencies (Future Content)
- Pyramid Model
- The NCITP has started the roll out of Pyramid Model practices beginning with the Winston Salem CDSA. What we learn from implementation at this site will inform the full state rollout plan that is expected to start with one or two CDSAs at a time by the summer of 2022. Additional CDSAs will be included in the rollout over the next two years. For more information about Pyramid Model please visit the National Center for Pyramid Model Innovations website for an overview of Pyramid Model. Please contact Andrea B. Bailey with any questions regarding Pyramid Model in the North Carolina Early Intervention Program.