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CIBC consultants assist teachers and providers in the development of skills and tools needed to be successful as they support the development and early learning of all children. Consultants confer with administrators and staff, observe environments, facilitate development of action plans, and support site implementation of those plans at the program sites.

Network consultants must have experience working with children with special needs, identified disabilities, and/or challenging behaviors. Most consultants have a master’s degree and/or certificates or credentials in early childhood special education, early childhood education, or child development. Consultants must be experienced in providing consultation in a reflective practice model regarding challenging behaviors and/or inclusive practices. Experience working as a teacher/provider in an early care and education classroom sometime in your career is recommended.

CIBC staff review new consultant applications, conduct interviews, and provide orientation training as an ongoing process. Invited consultants to the CIBC Network provide services to sites in their community depending upon the technical assistance needed.

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