Throughout our history, we have sought to offer programs that fulfill our mission: To support quality child care for Kansas children. Our success in doing so has come from providing services, resources and opportunities that are KDHE approved and developed specifically for Kansas child care professionals. We also benefit from a full-time staff that brings a combined 50+ years of experience in the early education field, as well as a commitment to making a difference in the lives of child care professionals, children and families.

Please browse through our current program offerings for more detailed information.

Online Courses

Accessible and convenient, KCCTO offers a variety of online courses for Kansas professionals. View our online Course Descriptions, Registration Information, Policies and Procedures, and FAQs.

In-Person Training & Request

Learn about our in-person training opportunities.

CDA Resource Center

Let KCCTO help you obtain your CDA - from resources to scholarships.

Individualized Professional Development Plans

Individualized Professional Development Plans (IPDPs) can help you create a plan for your continued professional development - and act on it.

Progression of Professional Development Scholarships

Apply for scholarships to help you continue your professional development.

Want to Be a KCCTO Community Based Trainer?

Information for both prospective and approved KCCTO trainers.

2019 Kansas Association of Infant & Early Childhood Mental Health Conference (KAIMH)

The 2019 annual KAIMH Conference will be held on May 9 - May 10, 2019 at the Drury Plaza Hotel Broadview in Wichita. We have a great line up with our 3 Featured Speakers: Eva Marie Shivers, J.D., Ph.D; Jenifer Chacon; and Stephen P. Zwolak! Registration Link:

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