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Title: Explaining the Oregon Registry Trainer Program Oregon Registry Trainer Program Orientation Lesson


1
Explaining theOregon Registry Trainer Program
Oregon Registry Trainer Program Orientation
Lesson 4
2
Welcome to Lesson 4!
  • Before you begin this lesson, please download and
    print the following
  • Trainer Orientation Quiz
  • You may want to have the Lesson 4 section of the
    quiz in front of you as you read this tutorial.

3
The Oregon Registry Trainer Program
Supports the development of quality learning
experiences for professional development which
are connected to the Oregon Registry Steps and
are connected to the Core Body of Knowledge for
Oregon Childhood Care and Education Professionals.
4
The Oregon Registry Trainer Program offers
  • Voluntary certification for trainers
  • Supports for trainers
  • Adult education principles and training
    techniques
  • Training session development

5
In the Oregon Registry Trainer Program,
  • There are three types of trainers
  • Standardized Trainers
  • Community Trainers
  • Master Trainers
  • There are three types of training sessions
  • Standardized Training
  • Community Training
  • Master Training

6
Standardized Training Sessions are packaged
presentations developed to meet statewide
training needs.
  • Currently, these sessions include
  • Building Blocks of Social and Emotional
    Development
  • Child Care Health and Safety
  • Early Brain Development
  • Early Words Language and Literacy
  • First by Five Infant/Toddler
  • Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect
  • TRAC training modules for inclusion and special
    needs
  • ...And more are being developed

7
Standardized Training Sessions
  • Reflect the Core Body of Knowledge
  • Reflect established adult education standards for
    presentations

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Standardized Trainers
  • Are approved and trained to offer the state-wide
    standardized training sessions
  • Meet qualifications in one of three ways
  • Experience as a trainer
  • Experience in the field or in the core knowledge
    category of the training topic
  • Formal education in the field or in adult
    education

9
Standardized Trainers
  • Attend a training of trainers session
  • Receive the packaged curriculum and presentation
    resources for the standardized training session

10
Community Training Sessions
  • Are independent training sessions
  • Reflect the Core Body of Knowledge for Set One
    Knowledge Standards
  • Reflect established adult education standards for
    presentations

11
Community Trainers
  • Are qualified in each of three areas
  • Experience as a trainer
  • Experience in the field
  • Education in the field
  • They offer their own individual training sessions
    that meet Community Training sessions
    requirements.
  • Community Trainers may also apply to offer
    Standardized Training sessions

12
Master Training Sessions
  • Are independent, pre-approved training sessions
  • Reflect the Core Body of Knowledge for Set Two or
    Set Three Knowledge Standards
  • Reflect established adult education standards for
    presentations

13
Master Trainers
  • Are qualified in each of three areas
  • Experience as an adult educator
  • Experience in the field
  • Education in the field
  • They offer their own individual, pre-approved
    training sessions

14
Master Trainers
  • May offer pre-approved Master Training Sessions
  • May offer Community Training Sessions
  • May apply to offer Standardized Training sessions
  • May offer Train the Trainer Sessions

15
Applying to theOregon Registry Trainer Program
  • Standardized Trainers
  • Are recruited as needed to offer the standardized
    training sessions
  • Application packets for standardized trainers are
    available only when there is a scheduled training
    of trainers
  • When available, recruitment announcements and
    application packets are posted on the Oregon
    Center for Career Development Childhood Care and
    Education website (www.centerline.pdx.edu)

16
Applying to theOregon Registry Trainer Program
  • Community and Master Trainers apply by completing
  • Enrollment Form
  • Form A
  • Form B (Community Trainers ONLY)
  • Form C (Master Trainers ONLY)
  • Form D, or Documentation and Form E

17
Community or Master Trainers who are independent
trainers will
  • Submit documentation of their training
    experience, experience in the field, and
    education in the field
  • Submit two professional references, using Form E

18
Trainers who are employed as trainers
  • May have their employers or supervisors complete
    Form D for a reference and for verification of
    qualifications
  • Will not need to submit documentation of
    qualifications if their employer or supervisor
    completes Form D
  • Will not need to submit Form E if their employer
    or supervisor completes Form D

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The Oregon Registry Trainer Program
  • Supports current trainers
  • Encourages new trainers to apply
  • Recruits trainers from all counties and service
    delivery areas with special efforts for trainers
    who will train in
  • Spanish or other primary languages
  • Rural and remote areas
  • A variety of childhood care and education settings

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This is the end of Lesson 4.
  • Please download, print, and completethe Lesson
    4 section of the quizbefore going on to Lesson
    5.
  • Click HERE to return to the Trainer Orientation
    page.
  • Click HERE to return to theRepresentative
    Orientation page.
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