CCAP Provider Required Training

LEARN MORE ABOUT IDHS REQUIRED TRAINING FOR CCAP PROVIDERS

The training modules on this page meet the requirements for providers participating in the IDHS Child Care Assistance Program.  For more information about required training, please visit the CCAP Provider page on the Gateways website.

Contact your local CCR&R for information about local face-to-face training including CPR/First Aid Certification.  You can also visit the Gateways Training Calendar to find training near you.

The Child Abuse and Neglect/Mandated Reporter Training is available through the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services at https://mr.dcfstraining.org/


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Courses tagged with "CCAP Provider Required Training"

"What is CCAP?" reviews the Illinois Department of Human Services (IDHS) Child Care Assistance Program (CCAP).  The Illinois Department of Human Services Child Care Assistance Program –  helps pay for child care expenses for income-eligible families who work or participate in an approved school or training or TANF approved activity.  This training reviews the application processes and key features child care providers should be familiar with regarding the CCAP program.

This training is Gateways Registry approved and helps meet provider training required to receive Child Care Assistance Program payments.

Contact Hours: 2 hours     Gateways Content Areas: PPD (2 hours)     CDA Content Areas: 6 (2 hours)


This training will provide participants an overview of child development, health, and safety issues for children birth through early school-age. Emphasis will be on understanding patterns of development, developmental domains, and the role of nutrition in development. In addition, health and safety issues will address supporting the growth of healthy children - from the basics such as handwashing to more in-depth practices surrounding healthy procedures and disease prevention. Participants will learn more about emergency planning/preparedness and first aid as well as identify tips for maintaining safe indoor/outdoor environments.

"¿Qué es CCAP?" repasa el Programa de Ayuda Para Cuidado de Niños de Illinois (CCAP) del l Illinois Department of Human Services (IDHS). El Programa de Ayuda Para Cuidado de Niños del Illinois Department of Human Services ayuda a pagar los gastos de cuidado infantil a familias con ingresos que cumplan los requisitos y que trabajen o participen en una escuela o capacitación o actividad aprobada por TANF. Este curso revisa los procesos de solicitud y las características clave con las cuales deben estar familiarizados los proveedores sobre el programa CCAP.

Contact Hours: 2 hours     Gateways Content Areas: G (2 hours)     CDA Content Areas: 6 (2 hours)

Module 2b - Nutrition Issues for Group Care

Whether you're responsible for providing a quick snack or a well-balanced meal, understanding children's dietary needs creates healthier and happier kids.  Learn the basics of good nutrition, food safety and various practices surrounding nutrition through this module.

Contact Hours: 2 hours     Gateways Content Areas: HSW (2 hours)     CDA Content Areas: 1 (2 hours)


Module 1 - Child Development Overview: Understanding How Young Children Grow and Develop

In this module, you will receive an overview of child development for children birth through early school age.  Emphasis will be on understanding basic milestones in development as well as on strategies used to promote the healthy development of children.

Contact Hours: 2 hours     Gateways Content Areas: HGD (2 hours)     CDA Content Areas: 1 (1 hour); 8 (1 hour)


Module 2a - Health Issues for Group Care

Ensuring a child's health and well-being requires more than basic first aid and emergency contacts.  In this module, you will learn how to help the growth of healthy children -- from the basics like hand washing to a more in-depth look at various practices surrounding health care.

Contact Hours: 2 hours     Gateways Content Areas: HSW (2 hours)     CDA Content Areas: 1 (2 hours)


Module 2c - Safety Issues for Group Care

A child's safety is the number one concern for parents and child care providers alike.  In this module, you will identify tips for creating a safer group care environment, confront the issue of abuse and neglect and learn more about emergency preparedness and first aid.

Contact Hours: 2 hours     Gateways Content Areas: HSW (2 hours)     CDA Content Areas: 1 (2 hours)


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