Where quality early child care training and resources come together.

Kansas Child Care Training Opportunities, Inc. (KCCTO) is a state-wide training office dedicated to providing quality, accessible, professional development opportunities to family child care providers, child
care center staff, and other early education professionals
throughout Kansas.

Training Opportunities & Registration

Infant Toddler Specialist Network

The KCCTO-KITS ITSN Project is a collaboration of Kansas Child Care Training Opportunities, Inc. and the Kansas Inservice Training System. Our team consists of professionals from a variety of educational and experiential backgrounds. As coaches and mentors, we strive to support you in your task of providing quality child care to infants and toddlers and their families.

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CDA Resource Center

Are you looking to further your career in the early childhood field, but aren’t sure where to start? Let KCCTO help you earn your CDA! KCCTO’s CDA Resource Center provides resources, training support, scholarships, and technical assistance as you move through the Credentialing process. Check it out now!

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Scholarships

KCCTO Scholarships are available now! Progression of Professional Development Scholarships are available for a variety of professional development opportunities, and the CDA Application Fee Scholarship is available for first-time CDA Candidates ready to apply for their CDA with the Council of Professional Recognition.

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KCCTO’s COVID-19 Response

We are still here for you!

Although the KCCTO office is closed as we follow university protocol, our staff are all working from home and still here with our online courses and beyond! Reach out to us. We are available to assist you any way we can through coaching, mentoring, resources, or any other type of support we can provide. We are here to help during this time of uncertainty.

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KCCTO’s Statement on Social Injustice

We recognize the critical role that early childhood professionals have in the growth and development of young children as well as the essential nature of respect for all members of the early childhood professional community.

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