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Oregon Registry: Pathways to Professional Recognition in Childhood Care & Education

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June 30, 2010 Data Report

Welcome to the Oregon Registry Program!

The Oregon Registry: Pathways for Professional Recognition in Childhood Care and Education is a voluntary, statewide program to document and recognize the professional achievements of people who work in the childhood care and education profession.

The Oregon Registry recognizes two pathways for professional development:

  1. A degree or certificate pathway
  2. A college course credit or community based training pathway

The Oregon Registry recognizes that individuals may use a variety of sources to gain increased knowledge in the core body of knowledge for the profession.

The Oregon Registry Steps are the sequence from Enrollment through Step 12 in the Oregon Registry. Each step represents increased training and education in the Oregon Core Body of Knowledge for the Childhood Care and Education Profession.

The Oregon Registry:

  • Promotes life-long learning for childhood care and education professionals.
  • Recognizes the training and education of childhood care and education professionals.
  • Recognizes the professional experience, personal attributes, and commitment to a professional code of ethical conduct.
  • Contributes to a professional, well trained, and educated workforce.

The Oregon Registry:

  • Provides a structured way for people to enter into and to advance within the field.
  • Provides a basis for status, benefits, and incentives for professionals in the field.
  • Promotes quality of care through learning a core body of knowledge.

The Oregon Registry recognizes the professional enhancements of:

  • length of professional experience
  • achievement of personal attributes
  • commitment to the professional code of ethical conduct

If you have any additional questions or comments about the Oregon Registry, you may contact CARE Connections in Coos County at 541-888-1575 or 1-800-611-7555 and in Curry County at 541-469-5306 x254.

FOR MORE INFORMATION AND/OR APPLICATIONS:
http://www.centerline.pdx.edu/oregonregistry/index.php



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