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Sponsor Agency Tools

Sponsoring Agency Access Sponsoring Agencies have the ability to input their professional development opportunities into the Arizona Early Childhood Workforce Registry so that users may view and enroll in training events. Sponsoring Agencies have access to functions, such as Add Course, List Courses, Event Management, and Reports, through the Sponsoring Agency Tools Menu. Add Course The Registry system is set up similar to a college system where one can enter a course, where the information does not change, and then enter…

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Event Management for Instructors

Create an Event Log into the Registry. Click on Event Management under My Instructor Tools. After clicking on Event Management, a list of all previously entered events will be visible. You may sort by event date, course, or instructor. (We will re-visit functions in this area later in this tutorial, click here to skip ahead.) To add a new event, click on Add Event. Select the Sponsoring Agency for which you are instructing. You must now search for the course…

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Requesting Instructor Access in the Registry

If you are a user of the Arizona Early Childhood Workforce Registry and would like to request Instructor Access, follow the steps outlined in this article. A Registry user can request instructor access through the Registry by clicking the “Request PD Instructor/TA Access” link on the left-hand navigation menu. The user will now see an information page. Continuing down the page allows the instructor to select the level for which they are applying. Please choose at least one level for…

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Applying for a First Things First College Scholarship

The First Things First College Scholarship provides early childhood educators who work with or on behalf of young children (ages 0-5) assistance in order to achieve degrees, credentials, and specialized skills to support children’s development. Benefits of the Scholarship include financial support for tuition, books, course and college fees, and application and assessment fees. The Scholarship may only be accessed by members of the Arizona Early Childhood Workforce Registry. Go to www.azearlychildhood.org and click on Registry. Login to the Registry…

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AZ Early Childhood Workforce Registry Tips from Director Lynn Hockenberger

Lynn Hockenberger has worked in early childhood for 18 years, with ten years as a director. She currently is the director of Children of Hope Child Development center associated with Esperanza Lutheran Church in Ahwatukee, Arizona. She recently shared about how she uses the Registry at her center.  1.  How does the Registry help you manage your staff? We are a newly enrolled Quality First school, the Registry has been helpful to the assessors who look at the Registry to evaluate my…

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7 Quick Steps on How-To Update Your Work History in the Registry

The Arizona Early Childhood Professional Development Network (Network) is a one-stop location that serves as a resource to build Arizona’s early education workforce. It also connects early childhood practitioners and partners, so it’s a great place to keep your work history for potential jobs and networking. Three Ways the Registry Helps Your Career You can manage and update your information in the Arizona Early Childhood Workforce Registry (Registry) to help advance your career. There are also more benefits: Training: Find…

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How-To Request Your Diploma or Official College Transcript

The Arizona Early Childhood Professional Development Network and Workforce Registry is the place that will help grow your skills and advance your career in early childhood. The Registry not only provides access to professional development opportunities but also keeps a record of your experience, education, professional development and credentials in one location. So, completing your Workforce Registry profile is a critical step in determining your Arizona Early Childhood Workforce career lattice level, which provides the pathway for your early childhood…

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