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H&H Child Care Training Center LLC

H&H Child Care Training provides pre service and continued eductation for child care professionals. We offer online continued education text (exculding media) in multiple languages including Spanish, Chinese, Russian, Hindi, Farsi and others. Online classes are suitable for viewing on computers as well as mobile devices like iPad, Android tablets and most smart phones. Class payments are non-refundable.

H&H is approved to offer many of the Child Care Licensing required training's such as:

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Why take 45 & 90 Hour Infant & Toddler, Preschool and School Age Methods and Materials at H&H Child Care Training Center?

Cost: We're more affordable than taking the courses at a local college. The cost of the 45 hour course is $400. If you are registering for the Growth and Development, when taken in conjunction with the 45 Hour Infant/Toddler; 45 Hour Pre-School; or 45 Hour School-Age courses, the cost for this course is discounted to $175,  which lowers the cost of 90 hours to a total of $575. Flexability: Classes are held on Saturday's for those of you who are currently working during the week. These classes are held in Germantown, MD. We also fit your schedule. If your staff meets the minimum requirement to form a class our instructors will train weekdays and/or evenings. Conveni...Continue Reading >>>
By: Hwaida Hassanein , on 06/04/2015

Family Child Care providers required to take the 6 Hour Medication Administration training by January 2016

NOTICE: Did you know starting January 2016 Family Child Care providers will be required to take the 6 Hour Medication Administration training. Now, not only Daycare Centers but Family Child Care providers will be educated in administering the medications our children sometimes need on a daily basis. Why wait to provide the safest care. This is a one time training, once you receive your training you are certified for life! Visit our web site to check our schedule. www.ChildCareEd.com and click on "Upcoming Classes". ...Continue Reading >>>
By: Hwaida Hassanein , on 05/12/2015

Complying with the Americans with Disabilities Act [ADA]

SPRING TRAINING.... Including All Children and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)   Effective January 1, 2016 you will be required to have 3 clock hours of approved training in complying with the Americans with Disabilities Act. This requirement applies to ALL: *Directors of all Child Care Centers. *Child Care Teachers in Preschool Centers. *Child Care Teachers in School Age Programs. *Family Child Care Providers. >>>Childcare Professionals will be presented with information, strategies, and resources on how to develop and implement an ECE environment t...Continue Reading >>>
By: Hwaida Hassanein , on 05/04/2015

SUMMER FUN IS ALSO CHILD DEVELOPMENT

SUMMER FUN IS ALSO CHILD DEVELOPMENT!!! After reading about the activities below, it sounds like it would be fun to set up an obstacle course incorporating the suggestions below. This would be a great morning activity to burn off some energy before the afternoon warms up.          Children in child care and pre-school learning environments benefit from early care and education providers encouraging activities that are developmentally age appropriate. The curricular objectives for Physical Education and Development included in the Maryland Model for School Readiness (MMSR) standards may act as guidelines for assessing children'sperformance. The physical developm...Continue Reading >>>
By: Hwaida Hassanein , on 07/28/2014

Be a day care provider in your own home!

                   Do you want to start a new career as a day care provider in your own home? Earn your certification at H&H Child Care Training Center.     If you have small children of your own and want the opportunity to be home with them, this is a way to make it happen! Give this some thought and let me know if you have any interest. Ask yourself the following questions: Do I enjoy working with children? Am I knowledgeable about child development or willing to take classes about child development? Would I like to be able to set my own hours and/or wages? Am I interested in running a competitive business in ...Continue Reading >>>
By: Hwaida Hassanein , on 07/22/2014

EXCELS Training, It doesn't get any better than FREE

Confused about Maryland EXCELS?  Wondering what it means and why you should be involved? Worried that you will lose your Child Care Subsidy payments by January 1st, 2015? Perhaps you want to register but need help with the application process? Attend a FREE 2 hours Training on July  30th 6:45-8:45 to learn more and Register for EXCELS that night! The best part is that this training also counts towards 2 hours of Professionalism.  Maryland EXCELS (EXcellence Counts in Early Learning and School-age Child Care) is a voluntary Tiered Quality Rating and Improvement System that recognizes the accomplishments of early childhood and "school-age only" programs and providers throug...Continue Reading >>>
By: Hwaida Hassanein , on 07/13/2014

Medication Administration Training for Child Care Providers

Do you need  Medication Adminstration training? The Child Care Licensing Unit has shared a new Medication Administration online learning module available for early education and child care providers from Healthy Child Care of America, a program of American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) Don't get a non-compliance from your licensing specialist, this is the time to prepare yourself and staff for the upcoming school year on required training's. Take a moment to review the following licensing regulations and make sure you are up to date on qualified staff with Medication Administration Training, First Aid and CPR, and Emergency Preparedness! If not don't worry we have training avai...Continue Reading >>>
By: Hwaida Hassanein , on 07/13/2014

FREE EXCELS TRAINING AT H&H

Don't get left behind in your child care subsidy payments!! January 1, 2015, all centers and home daycare providers will not be eligible for subsidy if they are NOT registered in Excels.  H&H has formed a partnership with MSDE and EXCELS in a Free Training to learn about EXCELS and get registered on the same NIGHT!! This training also counts for 2 Hours of Professionalism.  Information found on the MSDE website: Maryland EXCELS (EXcellence Counts in EarlyLearning and School-age Child Care) is a voluntaryTiered Quality Rating and Improvement System that recognizes the accomplishments of early childhood and "school-age only" programs and providers through ...Continue Reading >>>
By: Hwaida Hassanein , on 05/13/2014

How to Open a Home Day Care in Montgomery County MD

1.  Contact the OCC Regional Licensing Office in Your Area Call the OCC Regional Licensing Office responsible for your area to let them know that you are interested in applying to become a registered family child care provider. That office will be responsible for processing your application, issuing your certificate of registration, inspecting your program to make sure it meets regulatory requirements, and providing you with technical assistance.   2.  Attend Family Child Care Orientation Sessions You must attend and complete two orientation sessions that will be scheduled for you by theRegional Licensing Office that covers the area where...Continue Reading >>>
By: Hwaida Hassanein , on 05/09/2014

Importance of Routine in Child Care

Having a set routine is important for children to have in the child care setting. H&H offers many unique trainings to help plan for daily routines and activities which are available for online or inclass trainings. Included below please find information from the Maryland State Department of Education Licensing Branch this very interesting Resource Document: Importance of Daily Routine for Child Care  A set routine is used by children and providers as part of their internal clocks.  It is used as way of keeping time.  It helps them to be assured of what will happen next.  Everyone moves through the day more smoothly when they know what to expect next. They ...Continue Reading >>>
By: Hwaida Hassanein , on 01/14/2014