Use our courses toward a CDA as well as to renew your CDA, NAC or CCP.
Click for more information: National Child Care Credentials.
Click to learn how the CDA can benefit you in Utah.
Care Courses are accepted by the Utah Department of Health, Bureau of Child Development for up to 10 hours of
training for those who work in child care centers, hourly child care centers, licensed family child care homes,
residential certificate child care centers and out of school time programs. This includes annual in-service hours
for program directors, directors assistant directors, providers, caregivers, assistant caregivers, licensees,
certificate holders, substitutes and volunteers.
Keeping Infants Safe satisfies both Utah’s preventing shaken baby syndrome and coping with crying babies and the preventing sudden infant death syndrome requirements.
For a list of approved online Career Ladder Care Courses please click here .
All successfully completed Care Courses are submitted to the UT Registry for Professional Development.
For those of you interested in starting a day care or home-based child care facility in Utah, please contact your state licensing agency using the contact information below. The licensing agency can give you advice on the requirements, rules and regulations of your state.
Phone: (888) 287-3704