What is the Nevada Registry?
The Nevada Registry was developed to improve the quality of services and programs that are intended for young children and their families. The Nevada Registry includes a practitioner registry. This registry allows childcare providers in the state of Nevada to increase the number of high-quality early childhood education programs and services, decrease staff turnover, track professional progress, increasing wages, and develop a skilled early childhood workforce.
The Nevada Registry also hosts the Nevada Early Care and Education Professional Career Ladder. The registry collects, validates, and manages the professional achievements of the early childhood workforce throughout Nevada.
The Nevada Registry provides a wide variety of childcare trainings that can help develop more skills and teach new strategies to members of the early childhood workforce in Nevada. The Nevada Registry manages all of your trainings and keep the records all in one place. AIR Child Care Training Solutions has multiple courses listed on The Nevada Registry.
Nevada Childcare Training Tools
While there are many great tools available to childcare professionals, here’s one that we’ve found to be very useful.
The Training Calendar in The Nevada Registry allows users to search for trainings based on location, training format, core knowledge areas, or by a certain online or distance learning organization.
How many hours are required for childcare licensing in Nevada?
According to the United States Department of Health and Human Services Minimum Preservice Qualifications and Annual Ongoing Training Hours for Center Teaching Roles in 2011, early childhood professionals are required to complete a minimum of 15 clock hours of professional development annually.