Use our courses toward a CDA Credential and for NAC and CDA renewal.
Click for more information: National Child Care Credentials.
Click to learn how a CDA Credential can benefit you in Oklahoma.
All Care Courses are accepted by the Oklahoma Department of Human Services for their ongoing training requirements for those who work in child care centers, part day children’s programs, school age programs, summer day camps, family child care homes, large family child care homes, and residential child care facilities. This includes clock hours for directors, program directors, administrators, social services staff, child care staff, teachers, master teachers, lead teachers, assistant teachers, primary caregivers, permanent substitutes and volunteers.
All Care Courses are approved by the CECPD OK Professional Development Registry. For CECPD training credit, please add your Oklahoma Registry ID number to your Care Courses account. Thank you!
All courses grant formal approved clock hours with the exception of A Joyful Life of Caregiving, Playing Outdoors, and Understanding and Managing Allergies in Child Care which each grant 1 hour of informal training. All courses may be used towards the professional development ladder clock hour training requirements, including the annual renewal clock hours.
Care Courses is a Registry Approved Training Sponsor, and all Care Courses are accepted towards the clock hour requirements to obtain and renew your Oklahoma Professional Development Ladder level. All of our courses that grant 2 or more clock hours grant formal approved clock hours and cover one or more Oklahoma core competencies.
Care Courses may not be used for the college "credit hours" required to obtain higher levels on the career ladder. Learn more about the Oklahoma Professional Development Ladder training requirements on the CECPD website.
Most Care Courses are approved for the CECPD Certificates of Achievement and Stipends. Click the button below for a breakdown of how Care Courses meet each area of concentration.
Care Courses offers courses that cover the following areas of concentration:
Care Courses does not offer The Early Learning Guidelines Training. To find Early Learning Guidelines training, please visit the Oklahoma Professional Development Registry and search on keywords "ELG" or "Early Learning Guidelines."
For those of you interested in starting a day care or home-based child care facility in Oklahoma, 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.
Child Care Services
Phone: (405) 521-3561