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Kaylin Bratagertest

Trainer I

RBPD Specialist


(218) 473-2697

Miles willing to travel
Time of day
Both Daytime and Evening
Schedule Availability
Both weekdays and weekends
Primary Language
Training Language(s)

Age Group Expertise

Infants Toddlers Preschoolers School Age Adults

Knowledge and Competency Framework

I: Child Development and Learning II.A: Creating Positive Learning Experiences II.B: Promoting Cognitive Development II.C: Promoting Social and Emotional Development II.D: Promoting Physical Development II.E: Promoting Creative Development III: Relationships with Families IV.A: Observing, Recording and Assessing Development IV.B: Assessing and Using Information to Plan IV.C: Assessing and Using Information to Enhance and Maintain Program Quality V: Historical and Contemporary Development of Early Childhood Education VI: Professionalism VII.A: Establishing Healthy Practices VII.B: Ensuring Safety VII.C: Providing Healthy Nutrition

Other Competencies

Adult Education: Delivery for Trainers CDA - Effective Program Operation CDA - Maintaining Professionalism CDA - Observing and Recording Behavior CDA - Physical and Intellectual Development CDA - Principles of Child Growth and Development CDA - Productive Family Relationships CDA - Safe Healthy Learning Environment CDA - Social and Emotional Development


Environment Rating Scales Not by Chance PITC (Program for Infant Toddler Care) SEEDS of emergent literacy Project EXCEPTIONAL

RBPD Specialist Credentials

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My name is Sue Heisler, I am a life-long resident of the White Earth Reservation and I am the Early Childhood Curriculum Educator for the White Earth Early Child Care/Early Childhood Programs. In 2003, I became a local Brazelton Touchpoints community trainer on our reservation and in 2009 I became a National trainer for them – their main office is in the Boston’s Children’s Hospital. My education background is early childhood, accounting and interior decorating.

As an independent trainer, I contract to train on various early childhood topics/curriculum and assessments all accepted by Develop throughout the State of Minnesota. Some of the names/topics of the trainings I can facilitate are Teaching Strategies Gold, Creative Curriculum for Family Child Care, Minnesota Infant Toddler Credential, Positive Indian Parenting, Program for Infant and Toddlers, SEEDS, Circle of Safety: Understanding and Responding to Sexual Behaviors, Center for Inclusiv


Inclusion Coach/Consultant

Higher Education

Associate's Degree
White Earth Tribal and Community College
Certificate/Credential for Credit
Minnesota State Community and Technical College
Some College
Minnesota State University - Moorhead
Some College
Metropolitan State University
Some College
Bemidji State University

Additional Credentials

DHS Background Check