What’s the difference between a Care Courses certificate and transcript?

Once you have suc­cess­ful­ly com­plet­ed your course(s), we know that you need proof of all your hard work! Whether you are try­ing to present this infor­ma­tion to your boss, state licen­sor, or anoth­er indi­vid­ual who needs proof of your course­work, we offer two dif­fer­ent options that cer­ti­fy your suc­cess­ful com­ple­tion. Read on to learn what’s the dif­fer­ence between a Care Cours­es cer­tifi­cate and transcript.

How do online Care Courses work?

We often get the ques­tion “How do your online Care Cours­es work?” from our stu­dents. Here is what we can tell you: If you have access to the Inter­net, our online for­mat can be the best way for you to take our cours­es. If you need to get your course done fast in order toCon­tin­ue read­ing “How do online Care Cours­es work?”

How do Care Courses CourseBooks work?

We call our cours­es in book for­mat “Course­Books.” Care Cours­es Course­Books are about the size of a mag­a­zine and have a glossy cov­er with a full-col­or pho­to on the front. How Course­Books work Care Cours­es Course­Books are shipped to you. If you choose our free stan­dard ship­ping for US and Cana­da, there’s no charge. Your booksCon­tin­ue read­ing “How do Care Cours­es Course­Books work?”

Which Care Courses Format is Right for Me?

Care Cours­es offers train­ing in two dis­tance learn­ing for­mats: Online Cours­es and Course­Books. Often we are asked, “Which is bet­ter?” The answer is pret­ty sim­ple: It depends on your pref­er­ence and needs! Each for­mat has unique advan­tages, which will help you decide if it’s the best choice for your sit­u­a­tion. First, let’s talk about what isCon­tin­ue read­ing “Which Care Cours­es For­mat is Right for Me?”

Are Care Courses accepted for in-service training?

You may be won­der­ing if Care Cours­es are accept­ed for your state in-ser­vice train­ing? That depends on the state where you work! Each state has dif­fer­ent rules and reg­u­la­tions con­cern­ing child­care train­ing, so it’s a good idea to do a lit­tle research before you start your train­ing. Care Cours­es are accept­ed for in-ser­vice pro­fes­sion­al devel­op­mentCon­tin­ue read­ing “Are Care Cours­es accept­ed for in-ser­vice training?”

What Courses Can I Take For Child Care?

Our train­ing coach­es are often asked what cours­es can I take for child care? The answer can be as var­ied and unique as the child care providers who ask it. We require two very impor­tant pieces of infor­ma­tion to assist you with course selec­tion: 1. What state are you liv­ing in? 2. Are you cur­rent­ly a licensedCon­tin­ue read­ing “What Cours­es Can I Take For Child Care?”

Are Care Courses accepted for professional development training?

You may be won­der­ing if Care Cours­es are accept­ed for your state pro­fes­sion­al devel­op­ment train­ing? That depends on the state where you work! Each state has dif­fer­ent rules and reg­u­la­tions con­cern­ing child­care train­ing, so it’s a good idea to do a lit­tle research…

What are the Advantages of Distance Learning for Child Care Providers?

Dis­tance learn­ing is a great way to get the train­ing you need with­out giv­ing up your week­ends or evenings to trav­el to class­es. With dis­tance learn­ing from Care Cours­es you study when, where, and how it’s most con­ve­nient for you!

What are some fun activities to do with children in child care?

Child care providers are always on the look­out for fun activ­i­ties for kids. Hav­ing fun and engag­ing activ­i­ties for the chil­dren in your care is part of cre­at­ing a joy­ous child care pro­gram. Care Cours­es offers a free one-hour course called A Joy­ful Life of Care­giv­ing, which will give you great ideas for adding more joy to your child care program. 

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