If you’ve stumbled across this page it’s probably because you are searching for something that satisfies a Michigan childcare training requirement but aren’t sure what to do or where to start.
In this post I’ll discuss the ways you can use Care Courses to fulfill childcare training requirements in Michigan.
If the prospect of attending a workshop or class in your free time sounds unappealing, you might be wondering if you can use our Care Courses. Care Courses are done online or through the mail and you don’t need to attend a class anywhere.
In Michigan you may use Care Courses for:
- Use our courses for your 16 hours of annual training if you’re in a childcare center, family child care, or group child care.
- Use our courses to get your National CDA credential training requirement.
- Use our courses to renew your CDA.
In Michigan you may not use Care Courses for:
- You may not use our courses for CEUs to become a director or a teacher.
If you are not a child care provider, can Care Courses do anything for you?
If you are a foster parent in Michigan you may use our courses for your six hour annual training requirement. Speak with your agency licensor to have the topic/title approved.
If are not yet a licensed child care provider in Michigan, but want to become one, we highly recommend that you speak with a state licensor before purchasing any training. Contact the Michigan Department of Human Services, Division of Child Care Licensing at phone number (517) 241-2488.
If you are a parent or anyone who wants to better understand children, you are welcome to take our courses! We have no prerequisites and are happy to help you in your quest to learn more about early childhood education, child development, and childcare management.
Please let us know how we can be of additional assistance! Call us: 1-800-685-7610, Monday through Friday, 9-5 ET, or email us days, evenings and weekends: info@CareCourses.com. We’re here to help!