Standardized Training Curricula
Standardized Training is packaged curricula, developed to meet statewide training needs, and approved by Oregon Registry Trainer Program Review Teams. They meet accepted standards of quality.
Standardized training curricula currently available in Oregon are:
- AfterWords: Launching Lifelong Readers from Afterschool Programs
- Building a Business: Certified Family Child Care Management
- Building Blocks of Social and Emotional Development
- Director Certificate Training Series
- Discovering Potentials: Social and Emotional Development of School-Age Children
- Early Words Language and Literacy Development 2014
- Eco-Healthy Child Care: Small Steps to Improve Children's Health
- Every Child Ready to Read At Your Library
- First Connections: Infant and Toddler Development and Care
- In the Mix: School-Age Children in Family Child Care
- Opening Doors to Inclusive Afterschool Programs
- Oregon Kids - Healthy and Safe
- Proteger A Los Niños Es Nuestro Deber
- Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect
- Teaching Research Assistance to Child Care Providers Serving Children with Special Needs (TRAC)
For two of the standardized training curricula, Building Blocks of Social and Emotional Development (BBSED) and Oregon Kids-Health and Safe (OKHS), an alternative, Secondary Trainer Process may be used by state-supported local resource & referral programs.
A matrix of all standardized curricula shows core knowledge categories, sets age categories, and languages.
If you have additional questions, comments or complaints about a Standardized Training Session, contact:
Toll Free: (877) 725-8535; (503) 725-8535
Fax: (503) 725-5430; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org