PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT ANNUAL TRAINING
What is Mega Saturday?
Mega Saturday is a 10 clock hour workshop that explores several child training topics. Training is open to all caregivers such as family child care, preschool staff, infant and toddler staff, before and after school care programs, parents, medical professionals, babysitters, and informal childcare staff.
Things you need to know about Mega Saturday:
All Elite Instructors are trainers according to Texas Senate Bill 265, in addition to registered master level trainers.
The Mega Saturday course credits breakdown: (4) instructor-led clock hours and (6) self-instructional clock hours.
Our training meets the requirements of the Texas Health Human Services Commission and is aligned with minimum standard 746:123 (34) (45) and 746:1317.
How much does Mega Saturday cost?
Mega Saturday costs $35.00 per attendee.
How many clock hours will each attendee be granted?
Upon successful completion of a Mega Saturday, each attendee will be granted 10 clock hours (1 CEU).
"IN A CITY NEAR YOU"
We offer childcare training clock hours and Continual Education Units (CEU's) through professional development training workshops in Texas. Join us in Austin, Beaumont, College Station, Dallas, Grapevine, Plano, Houston, Katy, LaPorte, Lake Jackson, Longview, Pearland, San Antonio, Sugar Land, Texas City, The Woodlands and/or Waco for a fun workshop with diverse topics.
The fastest and easiest way to register is below by clicking the BOOK button, the INFO button will give you details about the class. Our classes fill up fast, therefore you must pre-register to reserve your space.
COVID-19 PREVENTION PLAN
Elite is providing the following to help address questions about the potential effects of Covid-19 on Child Care Training programs. Our training site will be cleaned and disinfected during and after each training. All training equipment will be sanitized after use. All students are asked to wear masks and gloves. (We will provide a mask and gloves upon entry into our training center). If a scheduled student has symptoms (fever, cough, shortness of breath), we ask that he or she not attend a training class.