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.


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


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