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Why Take a 45 Hour Child Care Training?

People often ask us what childcare courses we recommend for someone just starting out in child care. Our answer will always include a 45 hour training course, if not the whole 90 hours. The 45 hour training courses at H & H Child Care Training Center cover a broad range of topics from theory, nutrition, health & safety, special needs, parent- teacher relationships, etc. They are able to provide an in depth focus on a particular age group, whether it may be infant & toddlers, preschool, or school age children. With the knowledge learned through participation in the 45 hour courses, students will have thorough background information about how to provide optimal care for every age group. While the general outline of all 45 hour courses is very similar, within each course we offer in depth guidelines about how to best care for each of the age groups. For example, in the infant & toddler 45 hour training we review the best practices for diapering, as well as crib safety. By signing up to take a 45 hour training course, and later successfully completing it, you are not only setting yourself up for success, but also the success of the children you care for because you will be able to be the best at it.


Sign up for our 45 hour trainings coming up soon! They are located in class tab on our website, where you will be able to locate them under 45 hour.

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