This class is taught through Zoom a Virtual Class Model and is approved by MSDE.
This state-developed curriculum addresses the Maryland Child Care Licensing requirements. Key topics for this training include: establishing and maintaining safe, healthy environments, teaching all children and youth safe practices to prevent and reduce injuries, record keeping, and policy considerations, identification and reporting of child abuse, neglect and injurious treatment, sanitation practices and appropriate supervision of all children and youth at all times. Approval number CKO-320
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Minimum of 6 students for the class to move forward. No refunds. Payment is due in full at time of registration.
|Price:||$45 ( members $40) non-refundable|
|Address:||Online ZOOM , ZOOM Classroom,|
|Notes:||Click on the link provided in this email to login to ZOOM for your BHS training.|
Class time: 12:00pm to 5:30pm
There will be NO FACE to FACE contact. We are holding the class online via Zoom
Location: From your HOME Log on using the link provided in this email to use ZOOM virtual class meeting. Tech support is available at 301-237-1414 and 240-351-3651, Please be patient as lines can get busy right before a class start time. We appreciate your patience with this learning curve and thank you in advance for your understanding. Our office hours are 9 a.m to 5:00 p.m Monday through Friday. You can also reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org and via phone at 240-261-4163 on evenings and weekends. For immediate assistance, you can call 301-237-1414.
Minimum 5 students required for the class to proceed.
YOUR FEEDBACK MATTERS: Once you are done taking this training please click on the link to let MSDE know what you thought of the class: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2020online
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