Courses

  • ELG Infants, Toddlers, and Twos

    124 Lessons
    • ELG Infants, Toddlers, and Twos - $20.00

  • Prudent Parenting

    3 Lessons

  • Emergency Preparedness

    44 Lessons
    • Child Care Emergency Preparedness - $20.00

  • Enriching Early Literacy Experiences with Infants and Toddlers

    33 Lessons
    • Enriching Early Literacy Experiences with Infants and Toddlers - $20.00

  • Daily Program for Infants and Toddlers

    39 Lessons
    • Daily Program for Infants and Toddlers - $20.00

  • Early Learning Guidelines 2.0

    29 Lessons
    • ELG 2.0: Purposeful Play with Infants and Toddlers - $20.00

  • Entry Level Child Care Training (2018)

    77 Lessons
    • Entry Level Child Care Training (ELCCT) - $20.00

    ELCCT is an introduction to child care. It provides new or future child care professionals with knowledge needed to provide quality care for young children. NOTE: ELCCT cannot be used to meet level or renewal criteria for the Oklahoma Director’s Credential (ODC). It will only count one time to meet Professional Development Ladder (PDL) requirements.

  • Conflict Resolution: Riding Through the Storm

    27 Lessons
    • Conflict Resolution: Riding Through the Storm - $20.00

    3 clock hours (0.3 CEUs) - This course was designed to help prepare the child care provider deal with conflict in the early childhood program. A child care program can be a hectic and stressful environment, both for child care professionals and for parents of children enrolled in the facility. Established conflict resolution and dispute mediation policies, paired with good communication, can help ensure an open and healthy dialogue between all parties.

  • Reducing the Risk of SIDS/SUID in Child Care

    28 Lessons
    • Reducing the Risk of SIDS/SUID in Child Care - $20.00

    3 clock hours (0.3 CEUs) - This course will prepare child care providers to reduce the risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) and Sudden Unexplained Infant Death (SUID) in family home, group home, and child care center settings by using safe sleep practices recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics and Oklahoma child care licensing. It will also help them create a written policy on implementing safe sleep practices in the program that they can share and model with the families they serve. *This training meets the Child Care Services-Licensing requirement for safe sleep training.

  • Health and Safety Training for Family Child Care Homes and Large Child Care Homes

    18 Lessons

    Description: This video meets the licensing requirements for Health and Safety training per 340:110-3-85, Licensing Requirements for Family Child Care Homes and Large Family Child Care Homes (11-1-16). It covers a variety of topics which will help you in caring for children.