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This certificate course has been approved by the Maryland State Department of Education to satisfy the curriculum portion (second half of the 90 hours) required for group leaders and directors/coordinators in before/aftercare group centers and home centers to work with children 5-13 years of age.
This course has been approved by MSDE Early Childhood Division approval number PSO-30299. Subject Areas 22.5 CD/15 CUR/3 HSN/1.5 SN/2 PRO/1 COM
Format: 33 hours of Instructor-Led and 12 hours of online coursework.
Requirements and Expectations of students:
100% Completion of Online Sessions: All online sessions should be completed according to the syllabus. students must have completed the online sessions by the last day of class in order to receive credit toward their final grade. ( Total of 9 hours online)
100% Participation: Each participant is expected to contribute to class discussions in an active and professional manner, supporting the participation of other class members. Your contributions are to be based on an informed and professional position.
100% Attendance: State requirements, specify that students must complete 45 hours of training. This is an interactive class, attendance is not only important but vital. An excused absence must be approved by the instructor. Certain family emergencies may qualify for an excused absence. Missed classes may affect your final grade and will prohibit you from receiving your certificate.
There is a minimum enrollment of 5 students in order for this course to proceed. All classes are non-refundable.
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H&H Training Center, Damascus, Rm#1
26213 Ridge Rd, Damascus, MD 20872
Complete your school age credit requirement in one month! This course meets Saturdays from 9am-6pm for 5 weeks. Sign up for this class and receive a $25 Target Gift Card!! What could be better than finishing your certification and getting some shopping money too!
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