ChildCare Education Institute (CCEI), a nationally accredited distance training institution dedicated to the child care industry is proud to announce a new recognition status with the National Workforce Registry Alliance.
CCEI has achieved status on the Training Organization Recognition List with the National Workforce Registry Alliance. The criteria for this list address the organization’s design and structure of training. To meet this criteria, organizations must successfully demonstrate the following: instructors have knowledge of adult learning principles, instructors have professional knowledge and qualifications to teach in the content area of the training, training provided has clearly stated learning outcomes for the participants, training content is appropriate to and designed for early care and education or afterschool workers, the hour or CEU value of training is consistently and properly calculated, and training completion is properly documented and stored.
“The National Workforce Registry Alliance is a valuable and respected organization dedicated to the early childhood and afterschool workforce,” said Maria C. Taylor, President and CEO of CCEI. “Receiving this status further demonstrates CCEI’s commitment to educational standards and distance training excellence. CCEI looks forward to continued growth and development within the early childhood and afterschool setting, and a long lasting relationship with the Alliance.”
The National Workforce Registry Alliance is committed to prompting high quality, coordinated, documented, and accessible state career development systems that support a well-trained, well-educated, supported, adequately compensated early childhood and afterschool workforce. The Alliance aims to enhance, strengthen, and support the work of state early childhood and afterschool registries by providing an interactive forum for networking and information and strategy exchanges.