Reports to Centers
Section IV. A Reports to Centers
- Training will provide to each center manager, twice a year or when requested, a training report
of all reported training activities for all staff at the manager’s center. The report
- Last name of employees.
- First name of employees.
- Job title of employees.
- Name of training activities.
- Training hours involved.
- Category of training (as defined by CDA requirements and compatible with Head Start
- Dates of training activities.
- Name of instructor
- This report is designed to serve several purposes:
- Provide the center manager with a readable and professional report in a concise
format for a quick review by the manager of training participation of all staff at
- Provide the center manager with a readable and professional report to share with
licensing or other standards review personnel.
- Provide the center manager with a means to review and correct database errors or
- Assist the center manager in planning for center-based training activities.
- Assist the center manager in identifying expected competencies of trained
- This report is not inclusive of all available employee training data. If other
information is requested, this maybe provided if it is available.
- This same type of report is available to all supervisory/managerial staff of our
agency upon written request to Training. The only limitation is that information
given to a manager be restricted to the employees under the governance of the manager
or the manager have a valid need for the data. This principle also applies to some
other Central Office staff who are not managers, such as: Quality Assurance Coordinators,
Human Resources Coordinator, etc.
- Training will specifically design training reports upon written request for Head
Start staff with a valid need for this data.
- This training report has been approved by the area officials of The Texas
Department of Protective and Regulatory Services as a substitute for training
certificates for our staff for all agency sponsored training.
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