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Child Care Registry Development
RegistryOne® System is ChildCare Education Institute’s state-of-the-art child care workforce management system. RegistryOne® System offers state agencies, child care regulatory organizations, state professional development systems, scholarship agencies, child care associations, and national child care companies a customized tool designed to collect and maintain data, bring recognition and professionalism to the field, and inform policymakers about the early childhood and school-age workforce. Each RegistryOne® System implementation is customized to meet client’s branding requirements including registry name and logo of choice.
The RegistryOne® system allows participants to build a profile of education, training, and employment data that can be verified and used in reporting to funding, regulatory, and accrediting agencies. These reports provide policy makers the data necessary to improve the quality of programs, the workforce, curricula, learning experiences, and family involvement efforts. This online web-based application makes it easy for participants and administrators to access, view, and update profile information. RegistryOne® System basic features include:
All RegistryOne® System development is customized to meet the individual needs of the customer, including solutions that allow for tracking and administration of scholarship programs by regulatory agencies. Projects include an import of any usable data from an existing data file.
ChildCare Education Institute’s professional staff provide initial and on-going consultation to ensure your registry product is developed to meet the needs of all aspects of your business, including day to day operations, technology and child care workforce trends.
CCEI is an active member of The National Registry Alliance (TNRA) and has followed the Alliance Core Data Elements in the design of the RegistryOne® System. The National Registry Alliance envisions “high-quality, coordinated, documented, and accessible state career development systems to promote a well-trained, supported, and adequately compensated early childhood and school-age workforce.”
For printer-friendly information about CCEI’s customizable child care workforce management system, select the RegistryOne link.
For more information regarding the development of a child care registry system or to arrange a demonstration, contact Maria Taylor at 1.800.499.9907, ext. 520.