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  • Nutrition III Preventing Foodborne Illnesses: Sanitation and Hygiene in the Child Care Environment

    Rated 4.73333333333 out of 5
    Course ID: CCEI540ACourse Level: Beginner Course Hours: 1

    This course is designed to help childcare professionals understand how to reduce the risk of foodborne illnesses by following guidelines for food safety, personal hygiene and sanitation in the early childhood environment. Upon successful completion of this course participants should be able to define foodborne illness, identify common signs of foodborne illnesses, identify five personal hygiene behaviors, identify effective hand washing techniques and identify sanitary behaviors that should be used at mealtimes.

  • Parent Communication: Building Partners in the Educational Process

    Rated 4.64705882353 out of 5
    Course ID: CCEI520Course Level: Beginner Course Hours: 1

    This course examines the importance of open communication between parents and teachers. Participants will learn about positive listening and speaking skills, overcoming communication barriers, and other methods and strategies that will help ensure parents are active partners in education.

  • Launching Learning Centers in Your Classroom

    Rated 4.75 out of 5
    Course ID: CCEI450ACourse Level: Beginner Course Hours: 1

    This course examines the process of establishing and enhancing learning centers in an early childhood education setting. Upon successful completion of this course, students should be able to list common learning centers found in an early childhood classroom and identify the requirements for evaluating and adjusting each classroom center to ensure the appropriateness for young children.

  • Sensational Science

    Rated 4.66666666667 out of 5
    Course ID: CCEI440Course Level: Beginner Course Hours: 1

    This course examines age appropriate guidelines and activities for setting up a science center that includes activities that build curiosity. Upon successful completion of this course, student should be able to define science as it relates to preschool children, identify appropriate materials to include in a science center, and identify basic activities for promoting early science skills.

  • Math Madness

    Rated 4.6875 out of 5
    Course ID: CCEI430Course Level: Beginner Course Hours: 1

    This course explains how children learn early math skills during the preschool years and provides suggestions for numerous math activities for young children. Upon successful completion of this course, students should be able to define the activities that help children develop math skills such as classifying, patterning, sequencing, comparing, ordering and one to one correspondence, identify materials that belong in a well-stocked math/manipulative center and activities that strengthen early math skills for children in the preschool classroom.

  • Positive Guidance, Part 6: Working with Parents

    Rated 4.5 out of 5
    Course ID: CCEI4006Course Level: Beginner Course Hours: 1

    Upon successful completion of this course, participants will be able to identify strategies for sharing positive guidance principles and methods with parents. This course focuses on effective communication methods and practical tools intended to promote the use of positive guidance in the home as well as the child care environment. Emphasis is placed on the challenge of sharing positive guidance methods while respecting family values and goals.

  • Positive Guidance, Part 5 – The Early School-Age Years

    Rated 4.75 out of 5
    Course ID: CCEI4005Course Level: Beginner Course Hours: 1

    This course focuses on specific guidance methods for early school-age children. Recommended methods are based on children’s developmental needs, which are significantly advanced compared to younger children. Topics include: developmental milestones of early school-age children; educational theories behind the positive guidance philosophy; goals and motivations of misbehavior; and methods for confronting a variety of specific behaviors in the school-age environment.

  • Positive Guidance, Part 4: The Preschool Years

    Rated 4.63636363636 out of 5
    Course ID: CCEI4004Course Level: Beginner Course Hours: 1

    This course provides information about the use of positive guidance methods in the preschool environment. Course topics include background information on Erik Erikson’s stages of psychosocial development; descriptions of Dr. Jane Nelsen’s Eight Methods for Positive Discipline; and other important methods for promoting self esteem, personal responsibility, and good decision making in young children.

  • Positive Guidance, Part 3: The Terrific Twos! Positive Reinforcement and Setting Limits

    Rated 4.46666666667 out of 5
    Course ID: CCEI4003Course Level: Beginner Course Hours: 1

    Upon successful completion of this course, participants will be able to identify important developmental milestones for two-year-olds, including cognitive, social, and emotional characteristics. Additionally, students will gain a great understanding of the foundational theories behind positive guidance, along with specific methods for promoting a child’s self-esteem, self-confidence, and decision-making abilities.

  • Positive Guidance, Part 2: Infants and Toddlers

    Rated 4.4375 out of 5
    Course ID: CCEI4002Course Level: Beginner Course Hours: 1

    Upon successful completion of the course students will be able to define the term positive guidance and identify strategies for promoting self-identity, self-confidence, and self-control in young children. Course participants will also be introduced to theories, theorists, and concepts regarding human behavior and early childhood development.

  • Positive Guidance, Part 1: What Is Positive Guidance and Why Is It Important?

    Rated 4.5 out of 5
    Course ID: CCEI4001Course Level: Beginner Course Hours: 1

    Upon successful completion of this course, students should be able to define the term positive guidance and explain why it is valuable for caregivers to use it during the early childhood years. Students will be introduced to foundational theories behind positive guidance, as well as basic methods for implementing it in the classroom.

  • Parent-Teacher Conferences

    Rated 4.75 out of 5
    Course ID: CCEI3022Course Level: Beginner Course Hours: 1

    This course explores the teacher’s role in parent-teacher conferences. Upon successful completion of this course participants should be able to properly prepare for a parent-teacher conference and cultivate a positive relationship between parent and teacher.

  • How Children Learn

    Rated 4.52941176471 out of 5
    Course ID: CCEI3014Course Level: Beginner Course Hours: 1

    Upon successful completion of this course, participants will be able to define the four domains in which learning and development occur, identify Piaget’s stages of cognitive development, explain how children learn through the observation of models, and identify additional common learning theories and teaching strategies based on research into brain development.

  • Birth to Five: Social Development in Young Children

    Rated 4.5652173913 out of 5
    Course ID: CCEI3013Course Level: Beginner Course Hours: 1

    This course examines social development in young children during the first five years of life. Emphasis is placed on the development of social interaction skills, self-regulation, and the development of independence. Upon successful completion of this course, students should be able to identify the stages of social development, the causes of temper tantrums and biting and appropriate social development in young children.

  • Birth to Five: Cognitive Development in Young Children

    Rated 4.61111111111 out of 5
    Course ID: CCEI3012Course Level: Beginner Course Hours: 1

    Students taking this course will learn about the cognitive changes in children from birth to age five. Emphasis is placed on the development of memory, cause and effect, and problem solving. Upon successful completion of this course, students should be able to list the cognitive changes children undergo during the first five years of life, define early childhood development and identify developmental milestones and developmentally appropriate activities for young children.

  • Birth to Five: Emotional Development in Young Children

    Rated 4.47368421053 out of 5
    Course ID: CCEI3011Course Level: Beginner Course Hours: 1

    This course examines the emotional development of young children. Participants will learn about Erikson’s eight stages of emotional development, methods of increasing emotional literacy, and activities that can be applied in the home to encourage emotional development. Upon successful completion of this course, a student should be able to define Trust vs. Mistrust, Autonomy vs. Shame and Doubt and Initiative vs. Guilt.

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How Do I Get Started?

You have three options for purchasing a course

Individual or block hours

Students may purchase one hour of child care online coursework or multiple hours at a time.

  • 1-10 Hours: $15 per hour
  • 11-49 Hours: $12 per hour
  • 50 Hour Block: $450
  • 125 Hour Block: $999
  • 225 Hour Block: $1,499

Individual Annual Subscription

For $99, a child care professional can purchase an Individual Annual Professional Development Subscription. The subscription allows unlimited access to CCEI’s professional development course catalog for the year of the subscription.

Child Care Center-Based Subscription

The Child Care Center-Based Annual Subscription is the most manageable, accessible and cost-effective method for a center to provide its staff with training to meet annual licensing professional development needs. CCEI offers two child care center-based subscriptions:
  • $499/year

    20-user
  • $999/year

    50-user
With the 50-user option, staff can receive access to annual training for just $20 per person.