Project ACT offers several ways to earn COK hours and meet your professional development needs.
On Site Training
Project ACT can provide private webinars or trainings at your location, on a date and time of your choosing. We have many topics available. Project ACT offers a wide variety of training topics to address the needs of early childhood professionals, and is Maryland’s premier resource for training on inclusion and children with disabilities here. Discounts may be available to programs serving children ages birth-3. Project ACT provides Emergency Preparedness for Child Care Programs training, which satisfies the COMAR requirement. Emergency training may be available on-site at discounted rates for large groups. To learn more about available discounts, complete the On Site Training Request. To extend learning, add a Make & Take activity!
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Scheduled Trainings & Workshops
Want to train on your own? Project ACT offers virtual and in-person trainings on a regular basis, open to any Early Childhood Professional who is interested in meeting requirements or pursuing their professional growth. We offer a variety of topics, including emergency preparedness and including children with disabilities, often at discounted rates. Project ACT offers an Unlimited Pass (reimbursable through the Maryland Child Care Credential Program) that allows you to attend as many scheduled training sessions as you want throughout the year for one low price.
Self-Paced Online Training
Want to train at your own speed? Project ACT partners with ProSolutions to provide certificate-bearing online training courses to meet early education requirements and standards. Online training is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year to make it easy and convenient for busy professionals. Pre-service training including the 45 hour and 24 hour bundles, CDA training, and group subscriptions are available.