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CategoryDescriptionClass Dates
NYS 1Principles of childhood development;Click Here
NYS 2Nutrition and health needs of childrenClick Here
NYS 3Child day care program developmentClick Here
NYS 4Safety and security proceduresClick Here
NYS 5Business record maintenance and managementClick Here
NYS 6Child Abuse and maltreatment identification and preventionClick Here
NYS 7Statutes and regulations pertaining to child day careClick Here
NYS 8Statutes and regulations pertaining to child abuse and maltreatmentClick Here
NYS 9Identification, diagnosis, and prevention of Shaken Baby Syndrome and SIDSClick Here

Child care providers and staff working in a licensed or registered day care program are required to receive 30 hours of training every two years.

The training must cover the following topics:

  1. Principles of childhood development
  2. Nutrition & health needs of infants & children
  3. Child day care program development
  4. Business record maintenance & management
  5. Safety & security procedures
  6. Child abuse & maltreatment identification and prevention
  7. Statutes & regulations pertaining to child day care
  8. Statutes & regulations pertaining to child abuse & maltreatment
  9. Prevention of Shaken Baby Syndrome

There is also an additional requirement for all Family and Group Family child care programs, Health and Safety Training. This is a 15-hour class that must be passed in order to receive a license or registration.

We are able to take your registration over the phone at 585-654-4720 in addition to the option of registering online. You may also fax, email or mail in registration. Here are the forms you will need;

CCC membership Application

Course Registration Form


Online Training Page


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