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First 5 Contra Costa

1485 Civic Court-Suite 1200, 2nd Floor

Concord, California 94520

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IMPORTANT: You must pre-register for all trainings. Walk-ins will not be allowed to attend the training. A cancellation by 5 pm the Wednesday before the training would be appreciated.

1:15 PM Check-in

1:30 PM Training begins 3:00 PM Training ends (2 hours of PD)

IMPORTANT: Enrollment in the Early Care & Education Workforce Registry (www.caregistry.org) is required. If you do not have a Registry ID number, please follow the instructions below. Starting in 2019-2020, you will be asked for your Registry ID number to register for and attend trainings and other professional events, and to apply for programs such as the PDP Stipend.

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1. Open an new browser tab. Go to www.caregistry.org and click “Register Now.”

2. Once you finish registering, you will receive an email with a link and instructions to activate your account.

3. Click this link (or copy and paste it into your web browser) and log in. You must log in to officially activate your Workforce Registry account and be issued a Registry ID.

4. Your Registry ID number will be presented as a card on your screen; we encourage you to print this card and to keep it in your wallet or save the ID number in your cell phone contacts for easy reference.


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Why does early childhood leadership matter? More importantly, why does it matter who is reflected in these roles and who isn't? The disparity of early care and education administrators of color is rarely addressed and discussed. The interplay and intersectionality of administrators’ role as gatekeeper of quality early learning is high stakes in many early learning communities and is often tied to funding mandates and child outcomes. Yet, key decision-makers continue to reflect the dominant structure of our macro society while the demographics of our children, families, and practitioners continue to become more diverse. Come engage in critical discourse about the importance and value of disrupting this narrative to achieve desired outcomes for children, families, and the workforce that is culturally responsive and congruent present and future trends.

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