Often we have prospective students ask about course accreditation, without knowing exactly what criteria they are trying to meet. It is very important to understand that when it comes to Early Childhood Education that there is not a one-standard-fits-all scenario. There are many variables to assuring that the courses that you are enrolling in will meet your needs, and will be accepted in your state, and usually the question "Are you accredited?" does not answer that.
Here are the things that you need to consider when inquiring if the training is valid:
What most people REALLY want to know is, "Is this legit?" .
The answer is YES! Our courses are approved to meet the intended purpose, in the specific states. Click on the links below for detailed information about specific approvals, accreditation, etc.
If you are still wondering about accreditation, then in order to answer that question it is necessary to know what type of accreditation that you are looking for in order to direct you to what will best meet your needs.
STATE COURSE APPROVALS
Our early childhood courses are accepted or approved to meet the annual training requirements for childcare professionals in many states, including Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Connecticut, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota (clock-hour courses only - course must be a min. of 2 hours), Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, Oregon (step 1 only), South Carolina (clock-hour courses only), South Dakota, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Washington (STARS), Wisconsin (clock-hour courses only), Wyoming (STARS) and more!
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