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UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - MARYLAND

Childcare Training Requirements in Maryland: H&H Child Care Training courses are accepted by the Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE) towards the 12 clock hours (or 1.2 CEUs) 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.

 All H & H Training Courses grant 2 hours or more of training (with the exception of Emergency Preparedness in Child Care) are approved Core of Knowledge training hours for those who work in child care centers, large family child care homes, and family child care homes. This includes directors, child care teachers, assistant child care teachers, aides, education program administrators, providers, employees, co-providers, family child care directors, and family child care teachers.

H & H Training course's MSDE approved Certificate Code is CKO-380. 

 

The Maryland Department of Education requires that all child care providers complete a minimum of 6 out of their 12 required clock hours of continued training in any of the following core of knowledge areas:

  • Child Development
  • Curriculum
  • Health, Safety and Nutrition
  • Special Needs
  • Professionalism
  • Community

 

 

 

  • Within 2 years before the application for initial registration is filed, a minimum of 24 clock hours of approved training that includes 4 clock hours in each of the six core of knowledge competencies; Online courses for that available at https://www.childcareed.com/onlinecourses.html

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thinking about opening a child care center in Maryland?  For more information about opening a daycare or home child care center in Florida, you are able to contact your state licensing office. The office will be able to provide you with advice on Florida's requirements, rules, and regulations.

Maryland Department of Education
Division of Early Childhood Development
Office of Child Care
200 W. Baltimore Street
Baltimore, MD 21201

(410) 767-0100 or 1-888-246-0016

Maryland Child Care Licensing Branch

Online trainings related to MARYLAND

24 Hour Family Child Care Pre-Service Training ONLINE
3 Hour Aide Orientation
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Art from the Heart for Preschoolers: Open Ended Art Projects that Build Self-Esteem
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Bye-Bye Bullies: Preventing and Addressing Bullying in Early Childhood
CDA: A Closer Look at Assessments
CDA: Adult Conflict Resolution in Childcare
CDA: Advancing Children’s Physical and intellectual Development
CDA: Approaches to Learning
CDA: Building Productive Relationships with Families
CDA: Celebrating Family Uniqueness
CDA: Class time Management
CDA: Collaboration with Children, Peers, Families and Community
CDA: Communication: Keep It Simple
CDA: Communication Skills Without Fillers
CDA: Cooking in the Classroom
CDA: Creating the Outdoor Classroom
CDA: Culture and Diversity
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CDA Infants/Toddlers: Importance of Consistent Care
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CDA Infants/Toddlers: Parent Relationships
CDA Infants/Toddlers: Safe Strategies for Supervising
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CDA Infant/Toddler Credential
CDA Infant/Toddler: Planning a Safe and Healthy Learning Environment
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CDA: Managing an Effective Program
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CDA: Observing and Recording Children’s Behavior
CDA Preschool Credential
CDA: Special Needs: Understanding the Whole Child
CDA: Stand With Respect and Professionalism
CDA: Supporting Children's Social and Emotional Development
CDA: Theories of Development
CDA: The “Whys” Behind Positive Discipline
CDA: Time to Transition
CDA: Transitions: A Teaching Tool
CDA: Understanding Principles of Child Development and Learning
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Chef's in the Classroom: Cooking as a Teaching Tool
Child Care Orientation
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Communication Skills In the Classroom
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Community, Diversity, and Acceptance in Childcare
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Educational Evolution-The History of Early Childhood Education
Emergency and Disaster Preparedness - Online
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Exclusion of Children with Fevers from Child Care
Family (or Parent) Conferencing: Developing Trust
Healthy Habits from the Start
Healthy Habits from the Start: Preventing Childhood Obesity
How Do I Relate and Share Professionally?
Let's Talk: Families and Staff
Let's Talk: Skills for Effective Communication
Making Families Welcome
Mapping Out Spaces for Childcare
Math In Early Childhood
Math in Early Childhood 4 You
More than One Way to Look at it: Types of Early Childhood Education Programs
Moving About the Classroom: Effective Transitions for Everyday
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Observations And Goal Setting in Childcare
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Recipe for Successful Childcare
Resources: Building Blocks to Excellence
Shifting Gears to Positive Discipline
SIDS: Saving Babies: A Change of Position, A Change in Tradition
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12 Hour Core of Knowledge Training
45 Hour Blended School Age Methods and Materials
45 Hour Child Growth and Development
45 Hour Infant and Toddler Methods and Materials
45 Hour Preschool Methods and Materials
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4 Hour Combination Classes (Core of Knowledge Credits in HSN, Curr, CD, Prof, SN)
6 Hour Combination Classes (Core of Knowledge Credits may vary)
6 Hour Medication Administration
90 Hour Infant and Toddler Training
90 Hour Preschool Training
90 Hour School Age Child Development and Curriculum
90 Hour School Age Training
Addressing Bullying Among School Age Children
An Overview to Implementing MSDE Center Based Licensing Regs
Art from the Heart for Preschoolers: Open Ended Art Projects that Build Self-Esteem
Basic Health and Safety and Breastfeeding Awareness
Basic Health & Safety and Breastfeeding Awareness
Beautiful Junk: Using Recycled Materials in the Classroom
Bye-Bye Bullies: Preventing and Addressing Bullying in Early Childhood
Cavity Free Kids
Chef's in the Classroom: Cooking as a Teaching Tool
Educational Evolution-The History of Early Childhood Education
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First Aid and CPR
First Aid & CPR Blended
Floods, Earthquakes, Tornados Oh My...Tips for Helping Children Cope
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Healthy Habits From the Start
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Including All Children and the Americans with Disabilities Act
Introduction to ASQ-3 & ASQ Online
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