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Maryland State Department of Education Credentialing and Child Development Associates Mentoring classes.

The Maryland Child Care Credentialing Program is a voluntary program that recognizes child care providers who go beyond the requirements of State licensing and registration regulations. The Maryland Department of Human Resources Child Care Administration has established six credential levels, each one recognizing a child care provider's achievement for a specified number of hours, experience, and professional activities. Training is offered in six content areas:

  • C-Curriculum
  • D-Child Development
  • H-Health, Safety, and Nutrition
  • L-Community
  • P-Professionalism
  • S-Special Needs

In order to participate in the program, you must submit a completed application and all required documentation to the Maryland State Department of Education, Office of Credentialing. Contact the Office of Child Care at 301-237-1414



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