Existing Providers/Assistants are required by regulation to complete 30 hours of training for each registration/ licensure period. Such training must address the following topics:
- 1. Business Record Maintenance and Management
- 2. Child Abuse and Maltreatment Identification and Prevention
- 3. Child Day Care Program Development
- 4. Identification, Diagnosis and Prevention of Shaken Baby Syndrome
- 5. Nutrition and Health Needs of Infants and Children
- 6. Principles of Early Childhood Development
- 7. Safety and Security Procedures
- 8. Statutes and Regulations Pertaining to Child Abuse and Maltreatment
- 9. Statutes and Regulations Pertaining to Child Day Care
Training Calendar & Registration
ACCR offers ongoing quality training in English, Chinese, Spanish and Korean for licensed family child care providers, assistants, legally exempt providers and early childhood professionals, please find the following Child Care Training Calendar:
- 2018 Training Calendar https://childcarecpc.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/3-12-2019-Final-ACCRs-Training-Calendar.pdf
Training topics include series of training on: 15-hour SUNY Health & Safety, 7-hour CPR & First Aid, 10-hour MAT training, Becoming a
Licensed Home-based Child Care Provider, 120-hour CDA, 30-hour Cohort and more.
Request the Training Topics You Need
If you couldn’t find the training topics you need or would like to request the training topics from us, please contact the Training Coordinator, Mr. Kevin Tam at firstname.lastname@example.org or (212) 941-0030 , ext 160.
The New York City Child Care Resource and Referral (NYC CCR&R) Consortium is offering professional development opportunities through online training courses for early childhood professionals caring for infants, toddlers, pre-school and school age children.
You will be able to learn at your own pace 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. The training courses include 50 hours of customizable training approved by the NYS Office of Children and Family Services (OCFS).
The online training courses can be taken to meet annual training requirements to complete hours for those seeking a Child Development Associate (CDA) credential, CDA credential renewal or in-service training. http://www.nycccrr.org/