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 of infants or toddlers are required to take the 45 hour infant and toddler curriculum course approved by MSDE or equivalent.
INTENT: Center staff must meet employment qualifications and training requirements
specified in these regulations in order to hold specific positions and be responsible in
whole or in part for the care of enrollees. If an individual does not hold the qualifications
and the trainings required by these regulations as specified in §§.05 -.12 of this Chapter,
as applicable, such an individual may not be permitted to hold either of those child care
positions. Such an individual; however, may serve in the capacity of a substitute if the
individual meets the requirements set forth in §.13 of this Chapter.
Contact H&H at 301-300-1776 or 301-237-1414 to register for upcoming 45 hour infant and toddler curriculum trainings.
Maryland also requires individuals working with infants and toddlers Effective January 1, 2016, approved training in supporting breastfeeding practices. THis approved course is available online through H&H under " Supporting Breastfeeding in the ChildCare Setting"