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To meet state and federal requirements of the Child Care and Development Block Grant
(CCDBG), all child care providers must successfully complete a basic health and safety training. In Maryland, this requirement extends to all staff, substitutes, and adults responsible for the care and safety of children in a licensed child care program.
This course has been approved by MSDE Early Childhood Division approval number CKO-380. Subject Area 3 HSN
Twelve required topics were categorized under four main content areas. An additional topic was
developed at the request of the Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE) to address
The structure of the revised training covers the following:
Safe Outdoor Environments
● Safe and Sanitary Outdoor Environments
● Outdoor Supervision
● Outdoor Equipment and Materials
Safe Indoor Environments
● Safe and Sanitary Indoor Environments
● Indoor Equipment and Materials
● Preventing Infectious Diseases
● Emergency Preparedness
● Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS)
● Child Abuse, Shaken Baby Syndrome, and Head Trauma
● Child Development and Screening
● First Aid
● Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
● Medication Administration
● Allergies and Asthma
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Online Zoom, ZOOM Classroom,
Class Date: Saturday, May 8th
Class time: 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
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 of 5 students required for the class to proceed.
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