The California ECE Workforce Registry is a state, regional and local collaboration designed to track and promote the education, training and expereinence of the early care and education workforce for the purpose of improving professionalism and workforce quality to positively impact children.
Effective September 7, 2017, you must obtain a personalized Early Care and Education Workforce Registry number prior to attending workshops.
Online workshop registration is available for FRRC workshops only. Courses offered by agencies other than FRRC provide registration information on the course description page.
For all FRRC workshops and trainings, the following applies:
To be eligible to attend some workshops, participants may be required to be enrolled in specific projects, live within certain school boundaries, or be licensed or non-licensed, and this is noted in the workshop summary description.
The registration deadline is two business days prior to the workshop date. You will receive a confirmation via telephone or e-mail. Alternate registration options are provided on the course description page.
So that participants may benefit fully from the information being presented, we request that children do not attend. If a special workshop is designed to have children present, that information will be available at the time of registration.
A waiting list may be available the day of the workshop for non-registered students. Admittance will be based on available seats on a first-come, first-served basis once all pre-registered attendees have arrived.
FRRC is not responsible for any incomplete or inaccurate information provided by the agencies that use the Countywide Training System to post their workshops/trainings.
Countywide Training Calendar
Workshops and trainings are offered to benefit child care providers and county residents interested in enhancing the quality of care for children. Family Resource and Referral Center hosts this centralized system for child care-related agencies throughout San Joaquin County.
Workshops focus on a variety of topics, such as child development, nutrition, behavior, first aid, etc., and are designed to provide information and technical assistance to those working with children and families. Many workshops are offered in both English and Spanish.
Click belowto access the Countywide Training System Calendar.