PD providers can use The Aspire Registry to advertise professional development events and attract a larger audience. Just submit information about your planned training for review and schedule your event and you will gain access to helpful resources like ready-to-print certificates and sign-in sheets for the trainings you provide.
The Aspire Registry trainer app makes taking attendance a breeze! This app is for early childhood trainers in New York State who use The Aspire Registry to track and advertise professional development opportunities. The Aspire Registry trainer app shows you all of the training events you have scheduled in the Statewide Calendar. Take attendance directly in the app and attendees will instantly have your event added to their Aspire profile training tab!
Across the state, more and more trainers are choosing to use the Aspire Attendance App to take attendance. Use the app in 2 simple steps:
The app is available for download on the Apple iOS App Store and Google Play, just search for “Aspire New York.” Ready to get started? Learn more here.
One of the ways that New York Works for Children works to provide early childhood professionals with access to high quality education and training opportunities is to ensure that professional development is provided by qualified professionals. To this end, we partner with the New York Association for the Education of Young Children (NYAEYC) who administer the Training and Technical Assistance Professional Credential (T-TAP). The coaching designation launched in 2017 after a statewide, collaborative effort to define the knowledge and skills required for this important work. The T-TAP coaching credential is aligned with the New York State Coaching Competencies.
Formerly known as the Early Learning Trainer Credential, this endorsement from the NYAEYC is available with designations for in-person group professional development as well as coaching.
Just because you provide training doesn’t mean that you cannot benefit from professional development yourself! It has been our pleasure to work with trainers from across the state and learn more about your needs. This series examines the beliefs, content and organization of the Core Body of Knowledge (CBK) developed by New York Works for Children (NYWFC) and how it relates to professional development. Click here to learn more about eligibility requirements and upcoming training dates.