DEPDNow online trainings are another way to earn quality assured training hours. These trainings are free – with a few exceptions – and can be accessed on a computer, iPad, or smartphone. Click here to access DEPDNow online training opportunities.
Only trainings accessed through our DIEEC registry count for Quality Assured hours. Make sure you login prior to registering for online trainings. Need some help with the process? See the Online Training Tip Sheet (PDF File).
Online School Age Training Series
We have replaced the face-to-face school age training package with this self-paced series that allows you to complete interactive online trainings anytime, anywhere. These trainings can be purchased as a bundle (all 70 hours and must be completed within one year of purchase), or as individual 14, 16 or 18 hour modules (School Age:Youth Development, School Age: Social Emotional Wellness, School Age: Learning Environment and Curriculum, and School Age: Family and Community Partnerships). Additional courses for directors are available. Bundles are $70 and modules are $45 ($55 for the director's series).
Click here to access the School Age training series. Simply click on the training in which you are interested, enter your username and password (the same as your registry login information) and then finalize your training selections. Make sure you login prior to registering for online trainings.
The school age training is not to be taken as individual courses only, rather, it should be taken as a bundle/module. If you purchase the complete 70 hours, please complete training as modules/bundles. To receive credit on your transcript, you must complete the total hours in each bundle. After successful completion, it will be reflected on your transcript.
Taking individual courses out of sequence, not within a bundle, will not be recorded on your transcript.
*Please note the content provided in the CCDF Summer Camp training does not reflect the modified or additional safety and health requirements resulting from the COVID-19 crisis. We strongly encourage you to continue to consult with your licensing specialist and with other state resources, on Delaware’s Response to Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) State Website, for the most up-to-date information.