CCAP Provider Training

LEARN MORE ABOUT IDHS TRAINING FOR CCAP PROVIDERS

The training modules on this page are intended for providers participating in the IDHS Child Care Assistance Program.  

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/

Courses tagged with "CCAP Provider Training"

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.

La capacitación de ¿Qué es CCAP? para cuidado infantil familiar revisa el Programa de Asistencia para el Cuidado Infantil (CCAP) del Departamento de Servicios Humanos de Illinois (IDHS). El CCAP de IDHS ayuda pagar los gastos de cuidado infantil para las familias que trabajan o participan en actividades elegibles. Esta capacitación describe las pautas de elegibilidad de CCAP y los requisitos de solicitud para los hogares familiares de cuidado infantil. La determinación de pagos y las opciones para recibir el pago también se explican junto con información adicional para los proveedores de CCAP y las familias. 

Horas de contacto: 2 horas     Áreas de contenido de Gateways: PPD (2 horas)     Áreas de contenido CDA: 6 (2 hours)

The What is CCAP? for Child Care Centers training reviews the Illinois Department of Human Service (IDHS) Child Care Assistance Program (CCAP). The IDHS CCAP helps pay for child care expenses for income-eligible families who work or participate in eligible activities. This training describes CCAP eligibility guidelines and application requirements for child care centers. Payment determination and options for receiving payment are also explained along with additional information for both CCAP providers and families.


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


La capacitación de ¿Qué es CCAP? para centros de cuidado infantil revisa el Programa de Asistencia para el Cuidado Infantil (CCAP) del Departamento de Servicios Humanos de Illinois (IDHS). El CCAP de IDHS ayuda pagar los gastos de cuidado infantil para las familias que trabajan o participan en actividades elegibles. Esta capacitación describe las pautas de elegibilidad de CCAP y los requisitos de solicitud para los centros de cuidado infantil. La determinación de pagos y las opciones para recibir el pago también se explican junto con información adicional para los proveedores de CCAP y las familias. 

Horas de contacto: 2 horas     Áreas de contenido de Gateways: PPD (2 horas)     Áreas de contenido de CDA: 6 (2 horas)

The What is CCAP? for Family Child Care training reviews the Illinois Department of Human Service (IDHS) Child Care Assistance Program (CCAP). The IDHS CCAP helps pay for child care expenses for income-eligible families who work or participate in eligible activities. This training describes CCAP eligibility guidelines and application requirements for families and family child care homes. Payment determination and options for receiving payment are also explained along with additional information for both CCAP providers and families.


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