10:00 am - 11:00 am
Out-of-School Time Registry Orientation – VIRTUAL
The Prime Time Out-of-School Time (OST) Registry is an information system that collects, organizes and displays employment history, educational successes and professional development information in an easy-to-read format. This orientation is required to become a part of the registry. During this orientation, you will explore what a registry is, review the information collected in the registry and discuss the resources available through Prime Time and the benefits you will receive as a registry member. You will also be guided through completing the online registry application, which is the final step to becoming an official registry member. This training is completed online through ZOOM. You will receive instructions on how to log in the day before the training.
1. Describe the Prime Time Out-of-School Time Registry and its benefits.
2. Explain the opportunities available through Prime Time to gain youth development training and education.
3. Identify the financial incentives available through Prime Time’s training and incentives programs.
Core Knowledge, Skills, and Competencies Addressed (CKSCs):
Professional Development and Leadership
Identify – B. Values ongoing self-reflection, self-assessment, and problem-solving strategies to promote professional growth.
Apply – D. Engages in continuous, collaborative professional development for the benefit of self and others.
Primary QIS Scales Addressed:
VII-H. Staff education and field specific training meet county standards.