Instructor Registry or MATCH Registry
Welcome to the Registries for MATCH professionals and instructors working with early childhood and afterschool professionals/programs in Vermont. This is where you may either create your current MATCH or Instructor Registry account, or log into your current account and see or update your profile.
Select the Registry you want to enter. You can use the same user name and login to enter either account. You must complete each application and be approved, to be entered into each Registry and have a profile.
Before you apply, consider your experience, education and skills as an instructor of adults.
- Look at the Instructor Levels and decide where you currently fit in it. This is the level to which you should apply.
- Consider any training you have received related to teaching adults - a workshop, a course or part of course. If you haven’t received this yet, you must meet this requirement within your first year of approval into the Instructor Registry.
- Consider all the instruction of adults (staff, parents or other professionals) you have done in the past three years. Make a list including the dates, hours, and the instruction topics. Given the level for which you are applying, check to see if you have enough hours of instruction given.
- You will need documentation to verify your education level, unless you have taught in higher education. Make a photocopy of your diploma, or college transcripts. Copies must include your name, and the official name/logo of the higher ed. institution.
- If you have taught in higher education, you will not have to provide a diploma or transcript for this application, as we assume the college already reviewed this when they hired you.
- If you are applying at the Affiliate I, Affiliate II or Specialist I level with less than 10 hours of teaching experience, you will need to identify a supporting instructor who is already in the Instructor Registry at the Certified or Master level. You can search the Instructor Registry by region to locate a supporting instructor near you. Contact that person and ask if he or she will be your supporting instructor. This person will guide you in preparing to instruct, observe you, and help you to reflect on your instruction.