Classes taught by Child Care Licensing are free of charge and count toward your annual training requirements. Visit their website at childcarelicensing.utah.gov/Trainings.html.
A good place to find classes that are not being taught at CAC-WSU is the Training Registry found on the statewide Care About Childcare website. Classes that are taught at other CAC agencies and child care licensing's rule training classes will be listed here. To see what is being offered around the state visit the Training Registry online.
The popular TOP Star training is now being offered in Davis & Weber Counties. Utah’s TOP Star program is based on the Nutrition and Physical Activity Self Assessment for Child Care (NAP SACC), an evidence based assessment tool developed by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Visit the health department website for more information on this training.
Those providers who choose to participate in the full TOP Star program can receive a TOP Star Endorsement that will be featured in the Care About Child Care website. The endorsement is valid for three years.
Occasionally classes directed to young children and child care will be offered at the Ogden Nature Center. Visit their website for information on any upcoming classes.
Finally, if you have taken all of the classes from Care About Childcare and are looking for training opportunities that are Career Ladder approved, you can visit URPD's website for lists of all Career Ladder approved classes including those offered by Care About Childcare and those offered by other community agencies.
Care About Childcare - Weber State University
1351 Edvalson St Dept. 1309
Ogden UT 84408-1309
Care About Childcare - Weber State University is a program of Weber State University's Jerry & Vickie Moyes College of Education's Child & Family Studies Department.
Funding is made possible through the Child Care and Development fund, the Department of Workforce Services and the Office of Child Care.