How to Become a Trainer or RBPD Specialist
Opportunities for Trainers and RBPD Specialists
Why become a Trainer or RBPD specialist?
Minnesota is committed to support ALL training, whether they are new to field, experienced, work with family child care providers or focus on centers, speak a language other than English, or are multi-lingual. We extend support to trainers living in every area of Minnesota.
We believe that trainers are essential to Minnesota’s education system. Our goal is to offer our state’s trainers:
- The latest, high-quality training opportunities that empower professionals to lead approved events.
- Support in delivering trainer-developed learning opportunities.
- Make Online Communities of Practice available to receive announcements, attend chat sessions and gather resources.
Steps to become a Trainer or RBPD Specialist:
- Join the Minnesota Center for Professional Development’s Registry and become an approved trainer.
- Learn about the upcoming Training of the Trainer (TOT) opportunities by visiting TOT section.
How do I get my training recognized as meeting one or more Parent Aware indicator?
To have a training recognized as meeting one or more Parent Aware indicator, eligible trainers and training organizations can participate in the Parent Aware Training Approval process through the Minnesota Center for Professional Development (MNCPD). Some trainings may already qualify. For more information about the Parent Aware Training Approval process, visit the MNCPD website at www.mncpd.org.
How can I learn more about the Minnesota Center for Professional Development’s Registry?
In partnership with the Minnesota Department of Human Services, the Minnesota Center for Professional Development is proud to introduce Develop, the new-and-improved Minnesota Registry.
For questions related to the new Minnesota Registry, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 855-378-3131.
- Professionals & Caregivers
- Trainers & RBPD