What qualifications must I meet to be the primary caregiver of a licensed child-care home? (Texas code §747.1107).
72 hours of Child Development and 30 of Management training are required to be a primary caregiver of a licensed child-care home in Texas. H&H Child Care Training Center is offering the Texas Primary Caregiver Qualification training. This 102-hour course includes all required topic areas in child development and management. In this training, you will be able to take it at your own pace and time. Don't waste another second and start your career in child care today!
All licensed and registered child-care home providers must obtain 30 clock hours of training each year relevant to the age of the children for whom the home provides care. At least one clock hour of the annual training hours must focus on the prevention, recognition, and reporting of child maltreatment,
Annual training for all providers must be relevant to the age of the children being cared for and include a minimum of 20% instructor-led training. H&H offers both self-instruction courses and instructor-led courses
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