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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 (excluding media) in multiple languages including Spanish, Chinese, Russian, Hindi, Farsi and others. Class payments are non-refundable.

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Childcare Training Requirements in Florida: H&H Child Care Training courses are accepted by the Florida Department of Children and Families towards the 10 clock hours (or 1 CEU) of in-service training required for those who work in family child care homes, large family child care homes and child care facilities/centers. This includes directors, employees, operators, providers, and substitutes.   For more information on accepted CEUs in Florida, click here. For help with course selection please call H&H Child Care Training Center at 240-261-4163. Thinking about opening a child care center in Florida?  For more information about opening a daycare or home child care ce...Continue Reading >>>
By: Hwaida Hassanein , on 12/31/1969

Promote Yourself!

Promote Yourself!!   Are you ready to become a qualifed childcare teacher?  Are you ready to go to the next level with your career?  Do you want to be ready for the fall hiring blitz?  If you answered yes to any of these questions, then we can help you get prepared.  To become a qualified teacher you must complete the following trainings: *45 Hour Child Growth and Developmet * 45 Hour Methods and Materials in Infant/Toddler or Preschool or School Age or all three!! * ADA (Including all Children and the Americans with Disabilities Act) * Basic Health and Safety * Supporting Breastfeeding (Infant/Toddler Teachers)   We are here to help you be prepared to ...Continue Reading >>>
By: Hwaida Hassanein , on 07/02/2019

Basic Health and Safety Promotion

  WEEKEND SPECIAL FOR ALL CHILDCARE PROVIDERS   What is the one of the first questions a parent asks about a childcare facility?  "How will you keep my child safe and what are your standards for ensuring this will happen?", is often the top question.  As we know, being educated on a topic and then implementing the knowledge into best practices is the key to answering the questions with confidence.  Effective July 1, 2017 the State of Maryland requires that all people working in a licensed childcare facility or a home daycare, must have the Basic Health and Safety course.     The key topics covered in the class include: establishing and maintainin...Continue Reading >>>
By: Hwaida Hassanein , on 06/27/2019

Who needs to take the 45 Hour Infant and Toddler Curriculum Training

45 Hour Infant and Toddler Curriculum training.     Not sure if you need this class. Read below to find out who is required according to Maryland Licensing Regulations COMAR: 13A.16.06   In a preschool center with infants or toddlers in care, a director, in addition to meeting the requirements of §§B—D of this regulation, must take a 45 hour infant and toddler curriculum training on the care of infants and toddlers; and Effective January 1, 2016, approved training in supporting breastfeeding practices.  H&H Offers " Supporting Breastfeeding in the Child Care Setting" available online.   Also child care teachers wishing to supervise a group...Continue Reading >>>
By: Hwaida Hassanein , on 02/04/2019

Maryland State Fire Marshal- Fire Prevention Week

Take our Basic Health & Safety Course, which covers fire prevention in the child care setting.  October 13th from 11-430pm. Register here- https://www.childcareed.com/courses-basic-health-and-safety.html  November 17, 2018 from 11:00-4:30pm. Register here- https://www.childcareed.com/class-1951.html       FROM THE MARYLAND STATE FIRE MARSHAL   FIRE PREVENTION WEEK  OCTOBER 7 - 13, 2018                 STATEWIDE (October 3, 2018)  -   It's time for Fire Prevention Week.  From October 7-13 the Office of the State Fire Marshal is joining forces with the National Fire...Continue Reading >>>
By: Hwaida Hassanein , on 10/12/2018

MSDE to Strengthen School Safety

Maryland Awarded $3.6 Million in Federal Grants to Strengthen School Safety U.S. Department of Education, Department of Justice Funds   BALTIMORE (October 3, 2018) – The Maryland State Department of Education has been awarded $3.6 million in federal grants designed to further strengthen classroom safety. A five-year, $2.6 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education will allow Maryland to implement the Maryland School Emergency Preparedness Program, a partnership between MSDE, local school systems, the Maryland Emergency Management Agency (MEMA) and local emergency managers.  In addition, a three-year, $1 million grant from the US Department of Justice, will allow ...Continue Reading >>>
By: Hwaida Hassanein , on 10/08/2018

Increase enrollment in your Home Daycare or Childcare Center

  Increase enrollment in your Homedaycare or Childcare Center by informing parents how they maybe eligible for Financial Assistance with  Childcare Costs!! The Child Care Subsidy (CCS) Program provides financial assistance with child care costs to eligible working families in Maryland. The program is managed through a centralized vendor -- Child Care Subsidy Central (CCS Central). For Families To be eligible for the CCS Program, they must be: A Maryland resident who is working/employed, in an approved training program or attending school. For families where both parents live within the same household, both parents must meet all eligibility requirements. ...Continue Reading >>>
By: Hwaida Hassanein , on 10/04/2018

What is Maryland EXCELS?

What is Maryland EXCELS?   Maryland Excels is based on nationally recognized quality standards and best practices, Maryland EXCELS equips providers with an understanding of how far they’ve come in providing quality care – and how they can continue to deliver quality care. Maryland EXCELS promotes quality by awarding ratings to Child Care Centers, School-Age Child Care Programs, Family Child Care Homes and Public Prekindergarten programs. These ratings are available to families as a way to help them make informed choices in the care of their children. The system is simple: programs earn ratings on five progressive check levels that form a pathway to excellence. A rating o...Continue Reading >>>
By: Hwaida Hassanein , on 09/28/2018

MSDE On Going Training Requirements

COMAR 13A.16.06 states- A child care teacher in a preschool center shall: (1) According to the individual's professional development plan, complete approved continued training, at the rate of at least 12 clock hours per full year of employment as a child care teacher, that consists of a: (a) Minimum of 6 clock hours of core of knowledge training; and (b) Maximum of 6 clock hours of elective training; and (2) Document completion of the continued training on the professional development plan.    Below is a list of upcoming training that are approved by MSDE to meet these requirements.   Monday, October 8th: 6:45 p.m. to 8:45 p.m.  2 hr Curr: Beautiful Junk: Using Re...Continue Reading >>>
By: Hwaida Hassanein , on 09/27/2018

Supporting Breastfeeding Practices in Child Care Training for Daycare Centers

Supporting Breastfeeding Practices in Child Care Supporting Breastfeeding Practices in Childcare What is the MSDE Regulation Requirement? MSDE Licesning requires staff in any program approved for infant and toddler care (group and family programs) must complete approved training in breastfeeding practices. H&H offers a two hour COK course, Supporting Breastfeeding Practices in Childcare, both online an inclass. Click here to register for our next upcoming class   Course description:Welcome to “Supporting Breastfeeding in the Child Care Setting.” This 2-hour course will help you better understand the benefits of breastfeeding and how to support mothers ...Continue Reading >>>
By: Hwaida Hassanein , on 09/25/2018