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Announcing Training of Trainers: Implementing Developmental Screening Using the Ages and Stages Questionnaire-Third Edition (ASQ-3)

The Oregon Center for Career Development (OCCD) in collaboration with our partners at the University of Oregon and the Oregon Health Authority are excited to announce our fourth "Implementing Developmental Screening Using the Ages and Stages Questionnaire-Third Edition (ASQ-3)" training of trainers. Additional Information.

Let us know what you think about the draft revised Core Body of Knowledge!

OCCD is looking for your input into the core knowledge category standards that define our profession. The Core Body of Knowledge is the basis for training, education and on-going professional development essential to the profession of childhood care and education. In essence it embodies what professionals should know and be able to do to effectively care for and educate Oregon’s young children, ages 0-8, with special consideration for children 9-12 years old.

Please look over the draft 2015 revision, then fill out a survey found at www.surveymonkey.com/r/2015CBK

Thank you for taking time to give us your thoughts about Oregon's Core Body of Knowledge.

Oregon Registry Credential Program

We are pleased to continue to offer the opportunity to have your expertise as an Infant/Toddler Professional, School Age Professional, or Director formally recognized. If you are interested in applying for the Infant/Toddler Professional Credential, the School Age Professional Credential, or the Director Credential, please contact us at 503-725-8535 or occdcredential@pdx.edu.

New Oregon Registry Steps Document

  • The Oregon Registry Steps document has been revised and includes new standards and formatting. Please review the summary for information about the changes, the timeline for implementation and the rationale behind making the changes. Also, find the new 2015 Oregon Registry Steps document here.