Core Curriculum Training
Our Core Curriculum Training Modules were designed to be part of the CORE Curriculum for FCIC Trainees. However, the modules are also a resource for those seeking more information about developmental disabilities. Modules may be completed by students, staff, members of the community, family, and persons with disabilities.
Please direct questions to Laura Rodriguez Lopez.
Module 1: Introduction to Positive Behavior Support
The Interdisciplinary Training Program is pleased to announce the first of three core curriculum online training modules. The training includes a survey and certificate. Once you’ve completed both the module and survey, you can download the certificate.
Module 2: Orientation to FCIC, AUCD and UCEDD
The second module in the core curriculum is an introduction to the Florida Center for Inclusive Communities, a University Center of Excellence in Developmental Disabilities education, research, and service. The module includes a survey and certificate. Once you’ve completed the module and survey, you can download the certificate.
Module 4: Early Childhood Suspension, Expulsion, and Disproportionate Discipline
This is the 4th module in the interdisciplinary training core curriculum for trainees but is also available for community providers and parents who are interested in culture and equity in early childhood. If you are a trainee, you can substitute this module for the introductory module on cultural competence. Once you’ve completed the module and survey, you can download the completion certificate.
Module 5: Self-Advocacy Strategies for Transition-Age Individuals and Beyond
Module 5 of the interdisciplinary training core curriculum series is available to our trainees, community providers, parents, and advocates who are interested in self-advocacy strategies for transition-age Individuals and beyond. This module was created by FCIC former trainee, Sergio Rivera. You can find out more about him in our Trainee Spotlight section. Once you’ve completed the module and evaluation survey, you will receive a certificate of completion via email.