- We offer an array of early childhood courses that can be completed anytime, anywhere.
- Complete your annual training hours on your own terms.
- Don't stress about
fitting classroom workshops
into your schedule.
Big Changes in Process!
Montana is implementing new training approval procedures that go into effect in mid-January at the Early Childhood project. Our current courses are approved through 12/31/14. Therefore, we have closed registration so everyone currently enrolled has time to complete their courses.
Check back in mid-January for New Training Opportunities.
We’ll have all MT STARS courses open again by then. New online courses are ready, just waiting for the new approval process to go live. (Safe Sleep is the only exception to these changes and will continually be available)
We’ll be offering more courses that feature interaction with other learners and we’ll test longer courses that involve both classroom and distance learning methods.
We look forward to helping you meet your professional development needs in 2015! Happy Holidays.
Child care providers have one of the most important jobs – the care and education of children during the most crucial early learning years. ChildCareTraining.org strives to provide courses that cover critical early childhood issues and provide relevant information. Through course activities, students gain practical application and knowledge of the material, which we hope will inspire improvement in overall practice.
View our Course Catalog for current course listings and get started...
Montana Providers: Please note you cannot get training credit for courses repeated in the same year.
Participants have 60 days from the date of registration to complete coursework. Students are automatically dropped from courses after 60 days.
The development of the brain is very interesting and crucial for child caregivers to understand and comprehend to improve the environment and development of children.