2017 Health, Safety and Child Development Trainings for All CCAP Providers
To help ensure the health and safety of children, IDHS is now requiring that providers complete specific health, safety and child development training, have current CPR/First Aid certification, and complete annual training hours.
Who is required to complete training?
In Illinois, all center and home-based providers participating in CCAP will have minimum training requirements. In order for a current center to continue receiving CCAP payments, these trainings must be completed by September 30, 2017. After this, annual training requirements will go into effect.
Complete Health and Safety Training Packet (includes course listing in English and Spanish, registration information, application forms, announcements from IDHS).
For any questions regarding the new training requirements, contact: [email protected].
To take trainings online follow this link to Gateways to Opportunity
Download Illinois Action for Children’s Early Care & Education Course Catalog for registration information on the required trainings.