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Online Day Care Course

EKG Technician Estimated Time of Completion

Estimated Length of program:
4-7 months, self-paced

EKG Technician Estimated Time of Completion

Program Goal:
To prepare students to have the knowledge base to work for a daycare facility or open their own home daycare.

Program Outcomes

Graduates of this course will have the theoretical and practical instruction that prepares students to obtain a position as a daycare provider, in accordance with state, federal and local governmental regulations and recommendations. Students will be familiar with the stages of child development and associated activities for each stage and know how to meet the nutritional and safety needs of the children in their care. The course also provides practical instruction in managing and operating a daycare facility, with emphasis on business practices for a family daycare home.

Connie Wang Instructor

Child Day Care Program
Instructor/Course Expert

Connie Wang, MA

At U.S. Career Institute, our dedicated team of course experts, instructors and instructor assistants are committed to developing and delivering high-quality curriculum. Our qualified Child Day Care instructor Connie Wang, not only possesses extensive qualifications but has also actively worked in the field. This firsthand experience allows her to provide invaluable support to ensure the success of our aspiring Child Day Care students.

The coursework trains students to:

  • Provide competent childcare in a daycare facility.
  • Implement childcare principles, procedures and practices.
  • Set up and manage an in-home daycare.


Instruction Pack I: Child Development I

Students learn about the need for quality daycare programs and explore different age groups, such as newborns, infants, toddlers and school children. Discover how children develop physically, emotionally, socially and intellectually, and how to plan activities that are appropriate for different age levels.

Instruction Pack II: Child Development II

Students continue to study child development by learning about school-age children and child development theories. Students also discover how to effectively discipline children and connect with children in their care. Lastly, students learn how to provide nutritious snacks and meals for children.

Instruction Pack III: Health, Safety, Regulations and Parents

Learn how to provide a healthy, safe environment for children. Discover how to handle medical emergencies and how to promote good health for children. Students explore how to comply with governmental regulations and licensing requirements. Finally, students learn how to create a business plan and connect with parents.

Instruction Pack IV: Run a Daycare Facility

Students see how to assess the needs of their community so they can plan a daycare program to meet those needs. Students also discover how to care for special-needs children and explore how to accommodate them. The course concludes with a comprehensive quiz in which students will apply what they’ve learned about child daycare.

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