Online Child Care Training Approved in Maryland


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Our online child care classes are approved in Maryland. Anyone, anywhere is welcome to enroll in one of our online child care classes. If your state does have a training approval process, that information is detailed below. Your state may not specifically approve trainings toward the required hours of professional development that you need each year. If so, you may use these classes! Please note that you may also use these class hours towards 120 hours needed for the CDA certificate.

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    • Because we are accreditated by IACET all classes are approved MSDE. Most Child Care Lounge classes meet the requirements for training approval under COMAR 13A.14.08. Our approval number for this is CK0-5102

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AJL1-Positive Discipline (6 clock hours) - Content Area: Child Development

AJL2-Using Books and Stories (3 clock hours) - Content Area: Curriculum

AJL3-Proud to be a Professional! (3 clock hours) - Content Area: Professionalism

AJL4-The Anti-bias Approach (12 clock hours) - Content Area: Curriculum

AJL5-Infant and Toddler Care (4 clock hours) - Content Area: Child Development

AJL6-Preschool Science (4 clock hours) - Content Area: Curriculum

BJL1-Promoting Family Partnerships (10 clock hours) - Content Area: Professionalism

BJL2- Developmentally Appropriate Practice: Choosing toys and art activities (4 clock hours) - Content Area: Curriculum

BJL3-Managing Mixed Age Groups in a Child Care Setting (5 clock hours) - Content Area: Curriculum

BJL4-Learning Through Play (5 clock hours) - Content Area: Curriculum

BJL5-Separation Anxiety (3 clock hours) - Content Area: Child Development

CJL1-Taming Temper Tantrums (6 clock hours) - Content Area: Child Development

CJL2-Becoming Part of a Professional Team (2 clock hours) - Content Area: Professionalism

ASZ1-Caring for Yourself as a Child Care Provider (3 clock hours) - Content Area: Professionalism

DJL1-The Impact of Violence on Young Children (3 clock hours) - Content Area: Community

DJL4-Marketing Your Child Care Program (6 clock hours) - Content Area: Professionalism

EJL1-Tranquil Transitions (3 clock hours) - Content Area: Curriculum

EJL2-Reporting Concerns (3 clock hours) - Content Area: Community

EJL3-Preschool Math (3 clock hours) - Content Area: Curriculum

FJL1-Bullies: How to Manage and Prevent Their Behavior (2 clock hours) - Content Area: Community

FJL2-Social and Emotional Skills Spell School Success and Readiness (2 clock hours) - Content Area: Child Development

GJL1-Toddlers: Terrific or Terrible? (2 clock hours) - Content Area: Child Development

GJL2-Autism in Your Child Care Setting (2 clock hours) - Content Area: Special Needs

HJL1-Every Child Is Unique (3 clock hours) - Content Area: Curriculum

HJL3-Observing Children (3 clock hours) - Content Area: Child Development

IJL1-Moving and Grooving: Motor Skills and Movement (2 clock hours) - Content Area: Child Development

IJL2-Excellence in Child Care Customer Service (2 clock hours) - Content Area: Community

JJL1-Principles of Child Development (2 clock hours) - Content Area: Child Development

JJL2-Theories of Child Development (2 clock hours) - Content Area: Child Development

JJL3-Classroom Environments: Setting the Stage for Play and Learning (3 clock hours) - Content Area:Curriculum

KJL1-Gather 'Round for Circle Time (1 clock hour) - Content Area:Curriculum

KJL2-About Adult Learners (2 clock hours) - Content Area:Professionalism

KJL3-Growing Young Gardeners (1 clock hour) - Content Area:Curriculum

KJL4-Mentoring Methods (1 clock hour) - Content Area:Professionalism

LJL1- While Children Play: Your Role (1 clock hour) - Content Area:Professionalism 

LJL2-Open the Door to Outdoor Fun and Learning (1 clock hour) - Content Area:Curriculum 

LJL3-ADHD: Understanding and Responding to ADHD in the Classroom (1 clock hour) - Content Area:Special Needs

MJL1-Routines and Relationships (2 clock hours) - Content Area:Child Development 

MJL2-Where Everyone is Welcome (1 clock hour) - Content Area:Community 

MJL3-The Best Ideas on Staff Management (2 clock hours) - Content Area:Professionalism 

MJL4-The Amazing Newborn (1 clock hour) - Content Area:Child Development 

MJL5-First Friends (1 clock hour) - Content Area:Child Development 

MJL6-Cooking Up Some Fun (1 clock hour) - Content Area:Curriculum 

NJL1- Nuts About Nutrition(2 clock hours)-Content Area: Health, Safety, Nutrition

NJL2- Rest Time or Chaos Time? (2 clock hours)Content Area: Health, Safety, Nutrition

OJL1 - Preparing for Early Literacy:  Developmentally Appropriate Practices (3 clock hours) - Content Area:Curriculum  (3 clock hours) - Content Area:Curriculum 

OJL2 - Communication and Conflict (2 clock hours) - Content Area:Professionalism 

OJL3 - Preventing Misbehavior(2 clock hours) - Content Area:Child Development 

OJL4 - School Age Development (2 clock hours) - Content Area:Child Development 

PJL1 - Addressing Traumatic Stress (4 clock hours / .4 ceus-Content Area:Special Needs

PJL2 - Time Management for Child Care Directors (2 clock hours / .2 ceus-Content Area:Professionalism

PJL3 - Make Time for Music  (2 clock hours / .2 ceus-Content Area:Curriculum 

PJL4 - Build STEM Skills with Blocks (2 clock hours / .2 ceus-Content Area:Child Development

PJL5 - Adopting a Child Initiated Approach (3 clock hours / .3 ceus-Content Area:Curriculum 

QJL1- Staying Connected:Tips for Remote Child And Family Engagement (2 clock hours / .2 ceus-Content Area:Curriculum

new RJL1-Technology in the Classroom(3 clock hours / .3 ceus Content Area: Curriculum

new RJL2-Classroom Conversation that Really Matters Curriculum (2 clock hours / .2 ceus

new RJL3-Family Engagement Community (2 clock hours / .2 ceus

new RJL4-Talking to Children About Race and Bias Community (2 clock hours / .2 ceus

Upon completion of a class, we will send you a certificate reflecting the class title, student name, hours of training, Approval Number, and date of completion.

  • If you are a provider interested in starting an in-home child care program or looking to get started working in the child care field, please contact your state licensing agency for the specific requirements, rules and regulations of your state. Maryland's licensing website can be found here.