We’re proud to call thousands of childcare providers in the Lone Star State our students here at Care Courses. We first started our training program in Austin, and we still design courses specifically for Texas requirements! So whether you’re already using our courses for your training needs or a newcomer to us, take a minuteContinue reading “Where can I get the best Texas childcare training?”
Looking for COVID safe activities for kids? Care Courses students have come up with many COVID-safe activities. Try some of these today!
Many of our students ask us, “what can you do with a CDA?” The Child Development Associate (CDA) Credential is a nationally recognized professional credential administered by the Council for Professional Recognition. Obtaining this credential will advance your professional development and show others that you know how to support the social, emotional, physical, and intellectual developmentContinue reading “What Can You Do With A CDA?”
This week’s blog comes from our Care Course Child Development and Guidance and has information that will help you help your children succeed.
Are you looking for fun indoor activities for kids and young children in child care or at home? We know that caregivers are always looking for new activities that will spark children’s imagination. Try out some of the below art activities and physical activities for kids, and let us know how they go!
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All Care Courses are eligible for funding through the State University of New York (SUNY) EIP program. This includes funding for our National CDA training sets, CDA renewal sets, and our NY 30-hours in 9 topic area trainings…
All Care Courses are approved through Washington STARS for continuing education clock hours. Our continuing education courses can be used for early childcare professionals who work in child care centers, family home child care programs, and school-age child care programs…
Have you wondered if it’s possible to work as an early child care professional, in-person, during a pandemic? A recent report conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) shows that it can be possible to…
The COVID-19 Pandemic is an ongoing situation. Care Courses is providing the following resources to help you adapt your child care program to be as safe as possible for you and the children in your care. Check with your local licensing representative to ensure that you comply with all state regulations.