The Early Childhood Council of Boulder County provides Expanding Quality Infant Toddler (EQIT) Caregiving Training.

EQIT Fall 2024 Online cohorts (via zoom)

  • Click here to view Fall 2024 EQIT flyer with class dates and times.
  • Registration is now open on PDIS. Log in to your PDIS account to request registration at PDISLogin (
  • Please note registration will close on July 26th or earlier if classes are full.
  • Once you find the course, you will then register for a specific session that’s being held. View the How-To Guide: How to Register for an Event Training Session or How-to Video: Registering for a Live Training Session on PDIS for complete step-by-step instructions on requesting session registration. Your EQIT registration will have a Pending Approval status until your eligibility to enroll is determined, and in some instances, until payment is received. Please promptly read any emails you receive about your EQIT registration request. EQIT sessions fill up quickly, so it is important to follow up with any requested action items as soon as possible.
    TIP! Before requesting registration for an EQIT session, make sure the email address listed in the My Profile > Personal area of your PDIS account is current and you have entered your place of employment as well. All notifications about the course will go to the email address in your PDIS profile, so it’s important that it's one you check regularly. View the How-To Guide on Updating “My Profile” to learn how to enter or update your email and employment.

More About Expanding Quality in Infant Toddler Care

The Expanding Quality in Infant Toddler Care (EQIT) 48-hour course of training is designed for individuals who currently work with or plan to work with infants and toddlers and are interested in improving their knowledge and skills. At the heart of the EQ curriculum is a belief in the importance of providing responsive, respectful, relationship-based quality care for all infants and toddlers.   Click here to learn more Expanding Quality in Infant Toddler Initiative | Colorado Department of Early Childhood.