Curriculum certification and professional development
GGK® Next Generation Prenatal to 36 Months Curriculum Certification Training
The Next Generation Certification Seminar is an engaging, enriching and fun learning experience facilitated by a Great Kids® Trainer. In addition to the certification seminar, the GGK Next Generation Curriculum Package includes access to Tier 2, an 8-month Professional Development Program, as well as several other complimentary online learning resources.
To support programs with implementation and planning, Supervisors certified in the Next Generation Curriculum also receive 3 hours of consultation with a Great Kids Trainer.
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How to get started
Start by scheduling, at your convenience, a free 30 minute webinar to learn more about how your organization might benefit from Great Kids affordable curriculum with no recurring costs.
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Learn about the components of our curriculum and hear what staff and parents are saying about what makes Great Kids stand out among the rest.
Leverage the free webinar to understand precise costs and certification requirements.
Fit and Values
Learn if our values of making children feel safe and secure, loved and valued, curious and capable align with your organization.
Growing Great Kids®
Why Choose Great Kids?
Never any recurring licensing fees
Over 37,000 people have been trained to use the Great Kids curricula
Protective Factors – GGK Constructs
Research informed constructs embedded in the Protective Factors Framework
Alignment with Head Start
The Growing Great Kids Home Based Curricula Series exceeds all Head Start Curriculum requirements
Evidenced Based Research
As evidenced by seven independent evaluations, the GGK Curriculum produces outstanding results
Specialized Training Programs
On-site and virtual training options available
Healthy Families America
The Growing Great Kids curriculum aligns with and builds upon the HFA model approach