Montana Childcare Training

Florida Childcare Training

All Florida Childcare Training classes are offered online. They can be completed at your convenience in the comfort of your home. They can be completed at your own pace. And, successful completion may earn clock hours or credit toward NAC renewal.

Montana Childcare Training

Emergency Preparedness


Course Code: HS-101
Content Area: Health, Safety & Nutrition
2.0 Clock Hours
Online Course

This course is online and is designed for all child care center staff. It provides 2 clock-hours of training in Emergency and Disaster Preparedness for child care. This course will touch upon the written emergency plan specific to your facility; planning for the needs of children during emergencies; planning and drilling for emergency situations.

Prerequisites: Must be able to fluently read and write English; two evacuation locations at your facility.

Instructional Techniques: Read written material; view videos; listen to audio segments.

Methods of Assessment: Final Lesson Multiple Choice Quizzes and Short Essay Assignments.

Refund & Cancellation Policies, Privacy Policies and Honor Policy.

Click here to review the minimum system requirements for online courses.

Child Care Academy has free customer service available: Telephone: 410-213-5151; Email: ChildCareAcad@gmail; Live Chat: Found in the Lower Left Corner of Each Webpage. Office Hours 9:00am-5:00pm Monday-Friday.


Florida Requirements

Florida Childcare Training requirements can be verified by contacting the Florida Department of Children & Families:

Florida Department of Children & Families
P.O. Box 1770
Ocala , FL 34478-1770

NAC Credential Renewal

The following courses have been approved for NAC Credential Renewal.

NAC Credential

The NECPA Commission, Inc. has approved these educational programs as meeting the criteria for continuing education for the National Administrator Credential.

Parent Conferences

Healthy and Effective Organizations

Emergency Preparedness

Marketing Your Program

Safety in the Sunshine

Budgeting for Child Care Administrators

Childcare Training Florida

Child Care Academy offers online training courses for Florida child care providers. Our childcare classes are approved in some states. Visit our CDA Certification (Child Development Associate Credential), for information about this national credential.

We also offer CPR/AED/First certification classes. These courses are offered through ASHI. And, these classes are approved and accepted in all states.

We offer courses that have been approved by the NECPA for NAC Renewal.

Our Florida Childcare Training programs can be completed at your convenience. They are offered as online classes. So, they can be completed in the comfort of your own home, office, classroom, or even the while on vacation. Our office offers free unlimited customer service via telephone, email, or live chat!

Early childhood child care training is relevant, rewarding, and important. Hence, it ensures availability of high quality early childhood education. Contact us with any questions, comments, or concerns with regard to training in Florida.

Online Child Care Courses – Child Care Courses Online – Child Care Trainings – Florida Child Care Courses – Child Care Courses in Florida – Child Care Trainings Florida – Child Care Requirements Florida

Child Care Academy offers Child Care Trainings in: Miami, FL; Orlando, FL; Jacksonville, FL; Tampa, FL; Tallahassee, FL; Brandon, FL; Clearwater, FL; Marco Island, FL; Naples, FL; Sarasota, FL; St. Petersburg, FL; Pensacola, FL; Destin, FL; Fort Lauderdale, FL, Daytona, FL; Key West, FL; St. Augustine, FL; Gainesville, FL; Fort Myers, FL; Rosemary Beach, FL; Hollywood, FL; West Palm Beach, FL; Boca Raton, FL; Cape Coral, FL; Ocala, FL; Kissimmee, FL; Panama City, FL; Palm Beach, FL; Bradenton, FL; Vero Beach, FL; Palm Bay, FL; Punta Gorda, FL; Deerfield Beach, FL; Cocoa Beach, FL; Bonita Springs, FL; Pompano Beach, FL; Largo, FL; Hialeah, FL; Boynton Beach, FL; Madeira Beach, FL; Lake Worth, FL

Back to Top

Please Note: It is the responsibility of each student to determine if courses meet the requirement(s) of their state for credit/clock hours/renewals/licensing/etc.