Requirements for Nevada providers
As per Nevada Child Care Regulations NAC432A Services and Facilities for Care of Children, all caregivers working in licensed child care facilities are required to complete specific initial courses of training in child care in order to work with young children. These topics include CPR, First Aid, Signs and Symptoms of Illness with Bloodborne Pathogens, Recognition and Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect, Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, Child Development, Lifelong Wellness, Prevention of Shaken Baby Syndrome and Abusive Head Trauma, Building and Physical Premises Safety/Storage of Hazardous Materials, Emergency Preparedness and Response Planning, Medication Administration and the Prevention of Food Allergies and Transportation and Field Trip Safety. All initial training must be completed within 90 days of hire. All initial trainings can be completed online or in person with the exception of CPR and First Aid, which can only be completed in person.
H&H Child Care Training Center is proud to provide all specific initial training courses to meet requirements for Nevada providers. Most of these trainings are being offered free of charge. Visit H&H today and register for courses to complete your requirements.
- Lifelong Wellness (Nutrition, Obesity and Physical Activity): Any of the following courses can be taken to meet the Child Nutrition/Wellness training requirement.