Where can I get Illinois childcare training?

Are you looking for 15 hours for Illinois Family Child Care Pre-Service Requirements? Do you work in  Illinois? If so, you have come to the right place! Care Courses has many students looking to open a family child care in their home, that have already taken or are currently taking this requirement. To fulfill thisContinue reading “Where can I get Illinois childcare training?”

How can I get Idaho STARS training?

Here at Care Courses we are an approved trainer for the Idaho STARS program, ready to assist you with continuing your professional development. Our courses can help you reach Level 1 and 2 on your early childhood care and education career pathway. Nearly all of our courses can be used to obtain your Level 1Continue reading “How can I get Idaho STARS training?”

Training for Oregon Child Care Providers

Hello Oregon child care providers! I want to take some time to share how Care Courses can help you with your training needs. All of our courses can be used towards annual training requirements for day care staff and directors. Our courses are also accepted for Oregon Registry Steps 1-7. Many Oregon child care providersContinue reading “Training for Oregon Child Care Providers”

How do I become a Bronze level child care center director in Oklahoma?

Do you want to become a child care center director in Oklahoma? If you aren’t sure how to begin, Care Courses can help you understand the process and provide you with the training you need to obtain the Bronze level Oklahoma Director’s Credential. Bronze is the entry-level director’s credential in Oklahoma. Visit the Care CoursesContinue reading “How do I become a Bronze level child care center director in Oklahoma?”

How do I become Infant and Child (Pediatric) CPR Certified?

Virtually all states have requirements regarding infant and child (pediatric) CPR certification for caregivers. Make sure you follow your state’s specific regulations. CDA candidates also need a current CPR and first-aid certificate to obtain or renew their credential. You will need hands-on training to learn the steps of pediatric CPR. The following sources provide pediatricContinue reading “How do I become Infant and Child (Pediatric) CPR Certified?”