MCEC believes it is important for professionals to know how to identify and respond to the complex needs of military-connected children. Across disciplines such as education, healthcare, childcare, and business, MCEC trains professionals to address the unique challenges facing our military-connected children.
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To enhance the current capabilities, competency and awareness of professionals who serve and support military-connected children and youth.
To promote the learning of most current and effective ways to assist our constantly transitioning military-connected children and youth.
Incorporates evidence-informed curriculum, proven methodologies, highly qualified staff, and a responsive approach to managing deliverables.
Is anchored in research and includes application components that maximize the utility of concepts learned through training.
Consists of highly qualified, skilled trainers experienced in youth development, education, counseling, social work, and other related fields.
MCEC professional development courses are now available through a new online training platform. Visit the MCEC Learning Hub to view available courses and begin training today.
It's simple. Click on the course you’d like to begin, and then sign up or log in to get started. First-time visitors will be asked to set up an account, where course progress and completion can be saved.
New and updated course offerings are added periodically — come back often!
Please email PD@militarychild.org.
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