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Child Care Administrator's Credential Program
Valid in Texas, Florida and Kentucky.
Class can be taken 100 % online or you can attend a 2 day session in your area.
To become a Director you will need:
1. To complete our Administrator’s Credential program 2. Have at least two years of experience in a licensed child-care center (which includes licensed in home centers.) 3. Be 21 Years of Age 4. Have a High School Diploma or GED
Program Hours: 60 (To register scroll to the bottom of this page.)
Required Topics Covered:
• Principles of child growth and development • Safe, healthy, learning environments • Positive guidance techniques to support social and emotional development • Effective and productive relationships between family, community and school • Observation documentation of children, staff and the child care program • Principles of Administration • Personnel management and staff development • Meeting Texas Minimum Standards • Strategies to effectively manage a child care center