Virtual Learning

Virtual LearningOnline learning is being used more and more. It’s an easy and comfortable way to achieve knowledge, especially when time is a challenge. Although many people still consider traditional in person training as the best way to achieve knowledge, online learning proves to be a great alternative. You have the chance to study in your own time and at your own pace.

CFR E-Learning Program Courses

  • 120 Hour CDA Credential Training
  • 45 Hour CDA Credential Renewal Training
  • 8 Hour Child Abuse Awareness for Center Staff
  • 8 Hour Child Abuse Awareness for Family Child Care
  • 8 Hour In Service (a) for Early Childhood Educators
  • 8 Hour In Service (b) for Early Childhood Educators

To view available classes and register, please CLICK HERE.

More On-Line Courses

These short videos cover topics related to infants and toddlers. You can learn at your leisure because you can start and stop the video as needed. And they can be watched over and over again. After watching a video please give feedback by completing a short survey here.

This “On Demand” Training Video Project was funded by a federal Court Improvement Grant. For more information or if you have questions, please contact Mary Coogan at

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Prenatal Alcohol & Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD)

Unintended Consequences: Reducing Trauma for Young Children in the Child Welfare System

Developmental Milestones of Infants and Toddlers and Early Intervention Services

Free online training from Save the Children
Free on-line training is offered by Save the Children, an International non-governmental organization that promotes children’s rights, providers relief and helps support children in developing countries.

Upon completion of the training, participants will received a certificate for contact hours of professional development. To register, go to the Save the Children website at

Free FEMA Course: Multi-hazard Planning for Child Care
This course covers the steps to help childcare providers prepare for incidents to ensure the safety of the children at their site. Childcare providers must have plans and procedures to keep children safe from everyday hazards and to respond and recover when an emergency happens.

The goal of this course is to provide childcare providers, of all sizes and with responsibility for children of all ages, with the knowledge and tools to analyze the hazards and threats at the site, to develop a plan to address these hazards and threats, and to implement processes to update and practice the emergency plan. The topics addressed in this course include: Knowing your hazards. Developing a plan. Testing and updating your plan. Available from FEMA.)