Annual Conference The GAACS Annual Conference is an event where member organizations come together, fellowship, share best practices, receive industry specific updates, and professional development opportunities.
The 2016 Conference will be held on October 27 - 29, 2016 in Jacksonville, Florida. Click here to Register. Learn more.
Year round Training
GAACS year round training program includes: self directed, classroom setting, online, interactive sessions.
Online Child Care Training
Our training courses are designed to help early childhood professionals complete annual training requirements, acquire required training hours for those seeking a Preschool Associate Credential (PAC), PAC/CDA credential renewal or in-service training. Our courses provide a variety of engaging topics designed specifically for the professional early childhood educator.Courses are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year! To place orders by phone or for further information please call 1.800.261.6248 or click here.
Who should attend? This workshop is for first time or renewing members applying for accreditation.
What is the main objective of this workshop? This workshop will introduce the attendees to the Green Apple Accreditation Step by Step Process, How to Submit theSelf Study, Accreditation Standards, and Policies and Procedures.
How long is the workshop? This workshop is usually one and half hours long. Times may vary.
Pre-Applicant Workshops Green Apple Accreditation 101
Who should attend? Anyone interested in applying for Green Apple Accreditation.
What is the main objective of this workshop? This workshop will introduce Green Apple Accreditation, its History, Purpose, Mission, the Benefits of Accreditation, and provide an Overview of the Accreditation Process. This workshop is available for providers and groups ranging from five to fifty participants.
How long is this workshop? This workshop is usually two hours long. Times may vary.
Want us to setup a workshop at your facility or event? Contact the Speaker's Bureautoday.
Green Apple Accreditation of Children's Services (GAACS) does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, creed, disability, or national origin in the administration of its programs. GAACS is an independent, nationally recognized accrediting agency that accredits schools and children's behavioral health programs.International Green Apple Accreditation (IGAA) is the international accrediting agency and sister organization of GAACS. IGAA and GAACS are not affiliated with any other accrediting agency.