edWeb CE certificates are accepted by the following professional association and states for Early Childhood Educator credential and license renewal.
Do you know of a state or early childhood educator professional association that accepts edWeb CE certificates and is not listed below? Email us at [email protected] to let us know.
Council for Professional Recognition (CPR)
Child Development Associate (CDA), National Credentialing Program
edWeb CE certificates may be used to verify your required 45 clock hours for renewal. Submit your edWeb CE certificates to your early childhood educator verifier. Training and membership documentation will no longer be submitted to or accepted by the Council. Download the CDA Renewal Procedures Guide for detailed information. Visit the CDA renewal page to download the renewal application.
edWeb CE certificates are accepted by the California Department of Education Early Care and Education Workforce Registry. CE certificates should be submitted directly to the Workforce Registry. For information about continuing education requirements for California early childhood educators, visit the CAECE Workforce Registry.
edWeb CE certificates are accepted by the Maryland Department of Education Workforce Advancement Branch. edWeb’s approved provider number is CTO-158544. CE certificates should be submitted directly to the Child Care Automated Tracking System (CCATS). For information about continuing education requirements for Maryland early childhood educators, visit the MD Workforce Advancement Branch.
edWebinars may be used as part of required in-service hours set by the Nebraska Department of Education Office of Early Childhood when used as an Independent Study. For detailed information about Independent Study requirements, click here. edWeb CE certificates are required to be attached to your Independent Study Documentation form and submitted directly to the Nebraska Early Childhood Professional Record System (NECPRS).
edWeb CE certificates are accepted by the Wyoming Department of Family Services Statewide Training and Resource System (STARS) for required professional development for educators on the Intermediate or Advanced Levels of the Career Ladder. edWeb CE certificates can be used as artifacts in a professional development portfolio. For detailed information about professional learning requirements for Wyoming early childhood educators, visit the Wyoming STARS Registry.
Email [email protected] with questions about using edWebinars and CE certificates to meet early childhood educator requirements.
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