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The Nevada Registry launched a new and improved training approval system in January 2017. The new system includes trainer approval criteria as well as an online application, approval and training submission process. A Training Approval System (TAS) Advisory Workgroup was created to help guide the ongoing development of the newly implemented trainer approval system. This page includes quick links to the documents that were generated as a result of the workgroup process as well as additional resources to support you as an approved trainer with The Nevada Registry. 


Trainer Qualification and Approval Criteria Resources


CCDBG Trainer Eligibility and Training Content Guidelines


Other Resources

Whether you are an experienced trainer or just getting started, becoming (and remaining) a competent trainer of adult education requires practice and a commitment to lifelong learning. The following resources are provided to support your growth as a trainer and keep you up to date on the latest information related to adult learning.

  • Vision of an Adult Learner Today
    This video effectively highlights the diverse learning styles and preferences of adult learners and serves as a good reminder when developing training based on adult learning principles. 
  • Registered Trainer Complaint Protocol
    The Registered Trainer Complaint Protocol provides clearly stated policies and procedures that will be followed by The Nevada Registry in the event that a formal complaint is received about a registered trainer. It also describes the circumstances under which an individual’s status as a registered trainer can be suspended and/or revoked.
  • Training Evaluation Form
    Feedback is one of the best ways for you to determine what is working well in your training and to identify areas where additional growth could help to enrich the training experience for your participants. If evaluation isn't already a component of your training, feel free to incorporate this training evaluation form and/or modify it to meet your needs.  The feedback you collect will help you evaluate your own training practices and identify ways to further enhance the quality of the training you provide. 
  • NAEYC Code of Ethical Conduct for Early Childhood Adult Educators
    The National Association for the Education of Young Children's (NAEYC) Code of Ethical Conduct is a document that explores some of the ethical dilemmas faced by early childhood adult educators and discusses ways to best address those issues.

Professional Development Glossaries

Together, these two glossaries provide shared language for use across all forms of early childhood professional development: training, technical assistance and adult education. They include definitions of common terms used in the development, implementation and evaluation of professional development (PD) programs; in policy decisions and regulations; and in research and literature reviews. The glossaries are intended to support professional development activities and integrated PD systems.