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Zoica“Everything went very well! I received all of my certificates in a very timely manner! I love your program and am recommending it to other staff members in our organization! I plan on using your program in the very near future myself! Thank you for such a great service!”

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Care Courses offers distance-learning courses for child care providers and parents. Use our childcare professional development clock hours for most US States continuing education inservice requirements and registries, for CDA Certification (Child Development Associate Credential), for CDA Renewal and for NAC Renewal. All our professional development courses give both Clock Hours and IACET CEUs.

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Early childhood child care training can be fun, interesting, and relevant to your daily work and experience! We've been offering professional development classes for over 30 years; we love what we do and truly want to make your experience fantastic.

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Nevada Child Care Training for Caregivers under 18

Nevada training requirements for caregivers who are under 18:

The Nevada Registry has approved two of our Care Courses for students who are not able to complete the required "course in the development of children" at their High School; 

These courses are: Child Development and Guidance and Principles of Child Development and Learning.

Visit the "Correspondence Course" link on Nevada's Online Calendar for the Registry's listing of these Care Courses, and read below for Nevada's definitions and requirements.

"NAC 432A.306  Requirements for caretakers, a qualified caretaker must be no less than 16 years old, able to summon help and emotionally and physically qualified to carry out a program which places emphasis on the development of children.  If under age 18, the person must have completed, or be currently enrolled in a Child Development Course which is approved by The Nevada Registry.  Not more that 50% of caretakers can be under age 18 and someone over age 18 must be on the premises during all hours of operation."

"What is considered a “course in the development of children” for caregivers who are under 18?  The course must be approved by The Nevada Registry for the purpose of satisfying this requirement."