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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.

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COMMONLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT CHILD CARE PROGRAMS AND THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT

COMMONLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT CHILD CARE PROGRAMS AND THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT   1) Q: Does the Americans with Disabilities Act -- or "ADA" -- apply to child care centers? A: Yes. Privately-run child care centers -- like other public accommodations such as private schools, recreation centers, restaurants, hotels, movie theaters, and banks -- must comply with Title III of the ADA. Child care services provided by government agencies, such as Head Start, summer programs, and extended school day programs, must comply with Title II of the ADA. Both titles apply to a child care center's interactions with the children, parents, guardians and potential customers that it serves 2...Continue Reading >>>
By: Hwaida Hassanein , on 05/24/2016

Guide Spotlights Path To Early Childhood Education Careers

Guide Spotlights Path To Early Childhood Education Careers   The Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE) has released “Careers in Early Childhood Education: A MARYLAND GUIDE,” providing guidance about the educational pathways available for potential and current early childhood professionals seeking the training and experience necessary to be effective. “There are a number of different roads of education and experience that can lead to a career in early childhood education,” said Dr. Rolf Grafwallner, Assistant State Superintendent for MSDE’s Division of Early Childhood Development. “This guide is great for high school and college student...Continue Reading >>>
By: Hwaida Hassanein , on 05/20/2016

Now Available: Maryland Early Childhood Career Guide

Now Available: Maryland Early Childhood Career Guide The Maryland Early Childhood Career Guide is now available.  This guide provides an overview of careers in early childhood education in Maryland. The Direct Services and Supportive Services sections of this document describe specific jobs, including lists of job responsibilities, recommended or required educational requirements, and potential job settings. In the Education Options section, there is information about two- and four-year degrees, training, and other preparation programs and options. Finally, the Grants and Scholarships section explains some of the financial assistance that is available in Maryland to support your career...Continue Reading >>>
By: Hwaida Hassanein , on 05/13/2016

How to Become a Pre-School Teacher in a Child Care Center in Maryland

How to Become a Pre- School Teacher in a Child Care Center in Maryland    Various staff positions are needed to operate Child Care Centers and Large Family Child Care Homes. Staff must meet certain educational and experience qualifications, get health screenings, and undergo background checks for FBI and State criminal histories in addition to child abuse and neglect clearances. Meeting educational and experience requirements may qualify a person for a particular position, but results of criminal history record checks and child abuse and neglect clearances will determine suitability for employment. The Office of Child Care may prohibit you from hiring an individual based on back...Continue Reading >>>
By: Hwaida Hassanein , on 05/09/2016

What Child Care Providers Need to Know: Including All Children and the Americans Disability Act

New ADA Requirements: Including All Children and the Americans with Disabilities ACT (ADA)All family child care providers, including assistant teachers in large family homes, and all child care center directors, teachers and assistant teachers are required to take this class. Please visit our website to register for a class today!    Most child care programs are required to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA, Title III).1 Being in compliance largely depends on making reasonable accommodations to meet the specific needs of parents and children with disabilities who seek your services. However, there is a lot that can be done ahead of time to move your program tow...Continue Reading >>>
By: Hwaida Hassanein , on 05/09/2016

New Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE) Childcare Provider Requirements

New MSDE Training Requirements Several new training requirements will be going into effect soon! Almost everyone will be affected by one or more of these new regulations: New ADA Requirements: Including All Children and the Americans with Disabilities ACT (ADA)All family child care providers, including assistant teachers in large family homes, and all child care center directors, teachers and assistant teachers are required to take this class. Medication Administration Training for Family Child Care ProvidersAll family child care providers must now be trained in Medication Administration. If you have already taken the Medication Administration training, you will not need to take it agai...Continue Reading >>>
By: Hwaida Hassanein , on 05/09/2016

May 6th is Provider Appreciation Day

  Be A Part Of Something Special  The second Sunday in May, Mother’s Day, has long been recognized as the day to honor mothers and their commitment to children. The Friday before Mother’s Day, May 6, 2016, is Provider Appreciation Day, a special day to recognize child care providers, teachers, school-age program staff, child care center directors and staff, and all those who work with children and are responsible for their education and care. Nearly 11 million children under age five are cared for by 2.8 million child care providers in the U.S.  According to the Urban Institute, about 42 percent of children under five spend more than 35 hours a week in chi...Continue Reading >>>
By: Hwaida Hassanein , on 05/04/2016

MSDE: Child Care Providers- H & H Child Care Training Center Is Here for You!

                                    Child Care Providers  Research has shown that the first years of a child’s life are crucial in laying the foundation for the child’s health, learning and development. These early years represent a unique opportunity to influence children toward success and happiness in school and in the rest of their lives. Other research has told us that a child’s family is the most important variable in preparing the child to be ready for school. But you - as a child care provider - are also right there in terms of your influence on a child. This is partic...Continue Reading >>>
By: Hwaida Hassanein , on 04/29/2016

Does Your Program Qualify for Child Care Food Program

The Child and Adult Food Care Program (CACFP) provides cash reimbursement to eligible child care centers and family child care homes to supplement the cost of nutritious meals. The program is funded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and is administered by Maryland State Department of Education’s (MSDE) School and Community Nutrition Programs Branch and various Maryland sponsoring organizations. Child Care Centers receive an average of $23,407 per year in cash reimbursements! A Family Child Care Home Provider caring for 6 children could receive up to $6,630 per year. By participating in CACFP you will be able to buy more nutritious food and teach children healthy eating h...Continue Reading >>>
By: Hwaida Hassanein , on 04/08/2016

45 Hour Pre-School and Child Growth and Development Training to be a Preschool Teacher in a Daycare

Maryland Office of Child Care regulations that teachers in a Pre-School Setting must be qualified. Below is an outline of what requirements are needed to meet state regulations for child care and preschools. H&H is here to support you through the process and get you trained in what you need!   Child Care Teachers in Preschool Centers. A. To qualify as a child care teacher in a preschool center, an individual shall be 19 years old or older, and meet one of the following criteria: (1) The individual holds or has successfully completed: (a) A high school diploma, a certificate of high school equivalence, or courses for credit from an accredited college or university; (b) 6 semeste...Continue Reading >>>
By: Hwaida Hassanein , on 11/18/2015