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Conference Proposals for the 2020 NevAEYC Conference Available January 6, 2020

NevAEYC will begin accepting proposals for the 2020 NevAEYC Annual Early Childhood Conference on January 6, 2020 in conjunction with The Nevada Registry's 2020 Trainer Application and Renewal process. 

The Nevada Registry's 2020 New Trainer and Trainer Renewal process opens on January 6, 2020. The link to the 2020 NevAEYC Conference Proposal Request Form will be available on the same day. Approved trainers who complete the 2020 renewal process on, or after, January 6, 2020, as well as individuals interested in registering as a Conference Presenter (only) are invited to submit proposals for consideration by the Proposal Committee January 6 - 31, 2020. 

Prepare now! The sample form below shows you what information will be required when submitting your online proposal. Prepare ahead of time so that all you will need to do once the proposal form link is available is copy and paste your information into the conference proposal form. 

Proposal Information

Sample Proposal Form

Contact NevAEYC at 775-327-0680 or nevaeydconference@gmail.com for more information about the 2020 conference. 

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Member Spotlight - Michelle Herzbrun

This month in honor of our yearlong 15th Anniversary celebration, we recognize Michelle Herzbrun, Licensed ECE Special Education Teacher in the Churchill County School District. She is one of our Registry VIPs who has maintained an active membership with The Nevada Registry since 2004. This is what Michelle had to say about how The Nevada Registry has positively influenced Early Childhood in Nevada...

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FY19 Program Report Now Available!

The Nevada Registry’s much anticipated FY19 Membership and Training Approval System Report is now available!  The eighth in a series of reports that have been published since 2010, this 15th Anniversary special edition represents membership and training data from July 1, 2017 through June 30, 2019 and commemorates a period...

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Paper Membership Update/Renewal Form Phase-Out

As a reminder, all Registry members can now quickly and easily renew their membership online from within the Online Portal

Paper Update/Renewal Forms will no longer be accepted as of January 1, 2020. What this means is if a paper renewal form is received after this date, it will be securely recycled...

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Upcoming Office Closure - Nevada Day

The Nevada Registry will be closed on Friday, October 25, 2019 in observance of Nevada Day. Regular office hours will resume at 8 am on Monday, October 28, 2019. All phone messages, email inquiries, training approval requests and standard mail will be responded to at that time. 

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Did You Know? The Importance of Knowing Your Registry ID Number

Beginning in 2020, your attendance at Registry-approved training sessions will be added to your Registry membership account within several days of attending (as opposed to waiting until the next time you renew your membership). BUT…in order for that to happen, you MUST provide your correct Registry ID number and the email address associated with your

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New Information Required When Signing-In at Registry-Approved Training Sessions

The Nevada Registry is gearing up for an exciting new membership benefit - a training attendance tracking feature!  

The training attendance tracking feature will be launched in 2020 and will allow completed Registry-approved training sessions to be added to your Registry membership account within several days following your attendance at a Registry-approved training...

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Attention Trainers! New Attendance Sheet

The Nevada Registry is gearing up for an exciting new membership benefit - a training attendance tracking feature!

What is it?
The training attendance tracking feature allows completed Registry-approved training to be added to the Registry membership accounts of active Registry members within several days of attending an in-person training...

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CPR Instructor Listing Phase-Out

In June 2016, The Nevada Registry stopped approving CPR and First Aid training. It was at that time that the workforce was notified that any CPR/First Aid training taken by one of five approved organizations (as listed in Child Care Licensing regulations; American Heart Association, American Red Cross, American Safety and Health Institute, EMS Safety Services, Medic First Aid.), would be accepted...

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Child Care Advisory Council’s October Meeting Postponed

A message from State Child Care Licensing:

The Child Care Advisory Council (CCAC) meeting scheduled for Oct. 8 has been postponed until November. Facilities will be notified by email when a new date is set.

The CCAC is still accepting applications for a Southern Nevada representative from the group or family care segment of the industry. Members...

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Did You Know? 'Just Say No' to Repeat Training

As an Early Childhood professional, you have a lot on your plate and many demands on your time – including finding time to complete 24 hours of training and professional development each year to meet the annual training requirements of Child Care Licensing. The best way to make the most of your time and investment (if paying for training) is to select training that not only meets your needs...

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A Look Inside The Nevada Registry - September 2019

September flew by in the blink of an eye, but not before a lot of great work occurred at The Nevada Registry. Take a look at these numbers!

  • Membership total: 7133 - our highest number ever! 
  • 684 applications and renewal forms were received and data-entered into the system.
  • 538 membership certificates were processed. Please note that as of May 2019, membership certificates...

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New Data Transfer Partnership with ProSolutions Training

The Nevada Registry has entered into a data transfer partnership with ProSolutions Training to begin electronically importing completed Registry-approved online training into the membership accounts of active Registry members. Beginning in October 2019, this import will occur on a weekly basis through a secure data transfer process. 

What...

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Did You Know (Trainers)? Trainer Renewal Eligibility Status

You now have the ability to upload verification of your 2019 continuing education documents in preparation for the 2020 trainer renewal application process that opens on January 6, 2020. Feel free to upload documents from within your Online Portal at any time prior to December 31st (the sooner the better...

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Attention Trainers: More Adult Learning Principles Training Opportunities

If you have not already completed the three hours of training in adult learning principles required for trainer renewal in 2020 or simply just want more, you may be interested in attending one of three upcoming training sessions being offered by Teresa Byington with University of Nevada Cooperative Extension. 

Trainer Professional Learning Community: Learner Centered Training...

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Approved Trainers - Important Year-End Reminder

As we head into the last quarter of the 2019 calendar year, we would like to provide a few important reminders to prepare you for the 2020 trainer renewal process. Please read this information carefully as it provides you with everything you need to know in order to successfully renew your trainer approval status next year.

  • Your trainer approval status will expire on December 31, 2019...

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