Ohio Child Care Training
Hi there! Glad you are here. If you are looking for convenient and affordable clock hours to use toward clock hours of Ohio child care training required annually, then you are in the right place. A minimum of six clock hours of professional development training is required for the administrator and child care staff members of Licensed Child Care Centers. Twenty hours of Ohio Approved specialized training is required to be completed by administrators, lead and assistance teachers every two years for programs participating in Step Up To Quality.
The Early Childhood Academy Trainer is a Level 3 Approved Trainer (OPIN: 1124-9505) with the Ohio Professional Registry. Classes provided by The Early Childhood Academy are approved on an individual basis with the Ohio Professional Registry.
Sign up for a class below. You can work at your own pace and get your certificate as soon as you finish. We submit your attendance to the Ohio Professional Registry so you that you get credit for the class and it is on your record. So, what are you waiting for? Enroll in a class now and take it when it is convenient to you.
Classes Approved in Ohio:
Opening a facility or beginning work in the child care field: If you are interested in opening a child care program or working in the child care field, please contact your state licensing agency for the specific requirements, rules and regulations of your state. Ohio’s licensing website can be found here.