Supporting Early Education and Development (SEED) works collaboratively with other agencies to provide opportunities for education and training in the field of early childhood through workshops and self-guided training materials.
Online Early Education and Care Professional Education Center
Our online training courses are available to help early childhood professionals complete their required annual training hours. All classes have Nevada Registry approval and Continuing Education Unit (CEU) credits. Options also include packages to obtain the training hours required for a Child Development Associate (CDA) credential or CDA credential renewal and a 40-hour Initial Training for early childhood educators new to the field. Online courses are available in a self-guided, self-paced platform. This means you can access them 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Request Access to ePyramid Training
Providers who need to take the ePyramid online modules can click here to request ePyramid training access.
IMPORTANT: It is possible in-person classes for the month of May may be canceled due to the changing COVID-19 conditions. In-person trainings could be canceled if there are fewer than five participants enrolled. If a class is canceled, you will be notified via email and/or telephone. Additionally, it is the Nevada Registry policy that participants who arrive 15 minutes late for a class cannot receive Nevada Registry credit for the class.
Children’s Cabinet Northern Nevada Training Catalog
Training Request Form
Do you have a suggested topic or idea for an Early Childhood Education training? We want to know! Please submit your training ideas to us by using our request form below.
Outside Training Resources
The Nevada Registry
The Nevada Registry serves as a clearinghouse of information for the field of ECE. The Nevada Registry has a statewide, online training calendar and offers Career Ladder placement, community resources and information, a statewide Job Board, and much more. The Nevada Registry is also responsible for the approval of all informal (not-for-college-credit) child care training in the state.
An approved one credit college course equals 15 CEUs and completes the required annual training hours for child care providers. Contact your child care licensing surveyor for more information on approved college coursework. The Nevada Registry also has comprehensive information on ECE coursework throughout Nevada’s System of Higher Education. Visit the Nevada Registry’s Nevada System of Higher Education webpage for more information on college coursework in Nevada.o