Back to Training Calendar

Educator Tech Training for Intermediate in English

** Pre-test with pass rate of 80% required**

This course is crafted to equip participants with the necessary skills and knowledge to effectively integrate technology in the classroom. The learners will have a brief overview of the following topics then explore ways to create and integrate technology in the classroom using the below mentioned software:
• Technology and Ethics
• Technology equipment and file organization
• Cybersecurity
• Microsoft Word
• Zoom
• Adobe
• Microsoft Power Point
• Microsoft Excel
• Artificial Intelligence as it pertains to classroom use

Prerequisites: To register you must be currently teaching children ages 0-5 in an Early Childhood Center/FCCH in Hillsborough County contracted by the ELCHC (Early Learning Coalition of Hillsborough County) to deliver School Readiness or VPK. Directors and Owners who previously received technology by participating in the Business Leadership Institute (BLI) are not eligible for this course. Educators who participated in Educator Tech Training for Beginners may take the course but will only receive one technology package for both courses. Space is limited to 25 participants.
*Participants must have access to technology to participate in the second session via Zoom.

Learners will identify which software to use to enhance classroom materials and communication.
They will apply their knowledge by demonstrating how to correctly use the software discussed in the sessions in real world classroom applications.
The learners will apply lessons learned in their classrooms using the new technology and software received at the end of the training.

PRICE: $75 Registration fee- Refundable under the below outlined circumstances only

Attendance and participation at ALL sessions for the entire time as well as a passing rate of 80% on the pre & post assessment are requirement to receive your choice of an HP ProBook 450 15-inch G10 laptop OR a Microsoft Surface Pro9 I7/16/256/W10PRO Platinum tablet at the conclusion of the course and to have your $75 registration fee refunded.

No exceptions will be made so please review the dates and times of this course carefully and make sure they are in your calendar before registering for the course. If you withdraw from the course after Saturday, May 25, 2024, you will also forfeit the registration fee.


Session 1- In Person Saturday- June 8th, 12-3 pm, at 6302 E. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Tampa, Fl 33619 (ELCHC office)
Session 2 – Virtual on Zoom, 6:30-8:30pm, Thursday, June 13th
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 880 6245 1794
Passcode: 833678
Session 3 – In Person Saturday- June 22nd, 12-3 pm, at 6302 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Blvd. Tampa, Fl 33619 (ELCHC 0ffice)
Session 4 – Virtual on Zoom, 6:30-8:30pm, Thursday, June 27th
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 843 0557 6054
Passcode: 277906


Date: Jun 08, 2024
Time: 12:00pm - 3:00pm
Register for this Event Back to Training Calendar


All registrations for IECP learning events and workshops are completed online. Registrations are received on a first-come, first-served basis and seating is limited. An account to our online platform is required for all learning event registrations regardless of cost or type of payment used.


Payment, if required, can be made online at the time of registration.


Registrants have up to 48 hours before a scheduled learning event to cancel. A refund will be made to the online account on file.


The event sponsor reserves the right to cancel a learning event due to low registration. If a session is cancelled, those registered will be contacted by email and notified of the cancellation. A credit will be applied to the online account on file.


You are encouraged to log on virtually or arrive in person 5-10 minutes prior to the start time of your learning event. Participants arriving more than 15 minutes late WILL NOT BE ADMITTED TO THE SESSION. Partial in-service credit may be offered, if applicable. Make-up sessions WILL NOT BE OFFERED for any learning event. 


The IECP and ELCHC shall not discriminate against any person because of race, color, religion, gender, gender identity, national origin, citizenship, disability/handicap, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation, or age in any aspect of a learning event, training workshop or professional development. The ELCHC also reasonably accommodates individuals with disabilities, handicaps and/or religious beliefs.


Any person with a disability/handicap requiring reasonable accommodations should call 813.515.2340 no later than seven business days prior to the scheduled learning event.


The ELCHC strives to protect the privacy of learners that attend our learning events. Because each learner must register through our online learning platform, each record is restricted from public access. Learners can obtain a copy of their certifications as well as their own demographic/contact information provided. For online support, learners may call 813.515.2340 for assistance accessing their records. Learners are required to verify their Identification at all learning events by showing a state or government issued ID with photograph.


Individuals who participate in ELCHC’s learning events have the right to know about the proprietary interest a trainer/ instructor may have in a product or service prior to attending. All trainers/instructors are required to disclose proprietary interest in any produce, instrument, device, service and/or materials discussed at an event training, program, or workshop, as well as the source of any compensation related to the presentation.


Continuing Education Units (CEUs) may be awarded for all learning events three hours or longer in duration. Learning events less than three hours will be awarded in-service hours upon completion. CEUs will be awarded upon successful completion of the learning event. To successfully complete the learning event, learners must arrive on time, attend all required sessions, be an active participant and complete all related assignments and/or surveys as defined by the trainer/instructor. Online training must have an engagement score of 75% or more. For all online training – CAMERAS MUST BE ON – NO EXCEPTIONS. Participant’s names for online training must match the name provided at registration.  Any required assignments or surveys will be outlined in the Training Description on our online platform. Learners are encouraged to contact trainers/ instructors with any questions and/or clarification needed regarding the successful completion of assignments or surveys. In-service hours will be awarded in place of CEUs if the learner does not meet the requirements of successful completion as defined by the instructor/trainer.
* Trainings may be recorded for educational purposes.


To earn an achievement bonus, you must be teaching in Hillsborough County and meet all the requirements of the course, including pre/post assessments, homework assignments, reflection, and LMS instructor evaluation (if applicable). Each individual is limited to four training achievement bonuses per training cycle, and bonuses will not be given for previously completed coursework. Additionally, a W9 form must be submitted, and the address on the form must match the address on your LMS account. If you have any questions, please contact Abbey Landa at


Upon the successful completion of a learning event/training participants will receive a Certificate of Completion that can be retrieved from their individual online LMS account.


All learning events/training sessions are designed for adult audiences. We ask that all registrants make the necessary childcare arrangements to meet the minimum requirements for participation in the learning event. Childcare is not available.