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Child Care Training

COVID-19- Information:

The Institute for Child Care Training Programs will follow the Safety Guidelines of Daytona State College as they continue to evaluate current conditions and ensure a safe environment in which to work and learn. DSC and I.C.C.T.P.  are committed to follow guidance from state and national health agencies and have created a methodical, phased approach for a return to campus in limited numbers of employees and students. I.C.C.T.P. has been strategic in scheduling DCF Competency Exams and DCF classes with small numbers of students and instructors and will hold them in larger classrooms to provide for appropriate social distancing. For your safety, hand sanitizing stations have been installed in high-traffic areas and we will continue to sanitize classrooms, labs, offices, and other high-traffic, high-touch areas. Please adhere to the College’s face mask and social distancing requirements as safety is our primary concern for you and those around you.

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Overview

Child Care training is an essential component of Child Care Licensing. The goal of the training program is to provide childcare personnel with the tools necessary to ensure quality care in our Child Care Programs. To accomplish this task, the Department mandates minimum introductory training requirements along with annual continuing education for professional development.

Introductory Child Care Training (40 Hours)

  • Part I (30 hours):
  • Health, Safety, and Nutrition
  • Identifying and Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect
  • Child Growth & Development
  • Behavioral Observation and Screening
  • Child Care Facility Rules and Regulations (6hrs)

OR

  • HOME Rule and Regulations (6hrs)

And all of the following:

  • Health Safety and Nutrition (8hrs)
  • Child Abuse and Neglect (4hrs)
  • Child Growth and Development (6hrs)
  • Behavior Observation and Screening (6hrs)

Part II (10 hours)

  • Infant and Toddler Appropriate Practices
  • Preschool Appropriate Practices
  • School-Age Appropriate Practices
  • Special Needs Appropriate Practices
  • Understanding Developmentally Appropriate Practices (5hrs)

And 1 of the following: 

  • Infant and Toddler Appropriate Practices (5hrs)
  • Preschool Appropriate Practices (5hrs)
  • School Age Appropriate Practices (5hrs)

Or

  • Special Needs Appropriate Practices (10hrs) 

*** To register for Part I and Part II Child Care Training online or Instructor Led. for available dates, locations and class details. On your Child Care Training Information Menu-Personal Menu – Click on: Instructor Led or Online Courses Enroll/Unenroll***

Competency Exams

*** To register for Competency Exams for available dates, locations and exam details. On your Child Care Training Information Menu-Personal Menu – Click on: Competency Exams Enroll/Unenroll ***

 

*** Earn Trauma Endorsement and or Credential Renewal ***

Trauma Informed Care for Child Care Program Directors (TICD)

40 Hour Instructor Led Course = 4.0 C.E.U.

5 Hour On-Line- Trauma Informed Care for Child Care Professional (TICC)

Contacts:

Rutha Miley Corley, DCF Child CareTraining Coordinator III
Institute for Child Care Training Programs
Daytona Campus
Building 320, Room 129, Office 133
Rutha.Corley@daytonastate.edu
Office - 386-506-3917 / Cell – 386-747-8408

Ana Laureano, Exam Coordinator
Institute for Child Care Training Programs
Daytona Campus
Building 320, Room 129, Office 135
laureaa@DaytonaState.edu
386-506-3147

Nori Medina, Staff Assistant - Bilingual
Institute for Child Care Training Programs
Daytona Campus
Building 320, Room 129, Office 134
MedinaN@DaytonaState.edu
386-506-3869

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Last updated: 2020-08-12T16:29:00.864Z