Training

Required Health and Safety Training for CCDBG Reauthorization

The following CCDBG required trainings must to be completed in order to meet the federal training requirements:

  • NJ Health and Safety Basics (Birth to Preschool or School Age and Summer Camp) 8 hours

  • Identifying Child Abuse and Neglect - Mandated Reporting 2 hours

  • First Aid and CPR Training (staff/providers may be required to maintain certification to meet Office of Licensing requirements and regulations)

 
Individuals who completed the previous NJ Health and Safety Basics module that was 6 hours and the 2-hour Foundations of Child Development modules do not need to take the new 8-hour NJ Health and Safety Basics training (released April 2018). Both the previous module and the updated module meet the CCDBG training requirements. The Identifying Child Abuse and Neglect - Mandated Reporting training (2 hours) has not changed.
 
If you repeat the training modules for CCDBG required training, you will not receive additional training hours or a new certificate. Staff transitioning from school year care to summer care or vice versa are not required to repeat CCDBG training requirements listed above.
 
New Jersey’s CCDBG training provides basic information on health and safety. Early childhood professionals are encouraged to take progressive training that will provide information that builds on their basic knowledge of health and safety and enhances their own professional development.
 
For information regarding Office of Licensing training requirements please contact them directly at 1-877-667-9845.





Center Based Program - Required Trainings

(if you need to take any of these trainings in person, contact your local CCR&R)

All staff working in center based programs must complete training to meet the CCDBG reauthorization requirements for health and safety. The following trainings topics are required:  First Aid and CPR, Health and Safety, Child Abuse and Neglect, and Child Development. For some of the training topics, participants have a choice on training modality. The total number of training hours for Center Based Programs is ten hours plus CPR and First Aid Training.
 

PLEASE NOTE: Only the health and safety training courses linked to below or the courses offered through your CCR&Rs will be counted towards your required training hours for DFD’s Subsidy Assistance Program Health and Safety Requirements.

 


NJ Health and Safety Basics: Birth to Preschool

Hours: 8 hours
Cost: Free
Link: Available online.
Description: Step-by-Step Instructions. Topics include Safe Spaces, Transportation Safety, Handling and Storage of Hazardous Materials, Emergency Preparedness, Prevention and Control of Infectious Disease, Food and Allergic Reactions and How to Respond, Safe Sleep and SUIDS Prevention, Prevention of Shaken Baby Syndrome and an overview of Administration of Medication. Health and Safety Basics now includes the 2 hour Foundations of Child Development training. 

 

NJ Health and Safety Basics: School Age and Summer Camp

Hours: 8 hours
Cost: Free
Link: Available online.
Description: Step-by-Step Instructions. Topics include Safe Spaces, Transportation Safety, Handling and Storage of Hazardous Materials, Emergency Preparedness, Prevention and Control of Infectious Disease, Food and Allergic Reactions and How to Respond, Safe Sleep and SUIDS Prevention, Prevention of Shaken Baby Syndrome and an overview of Administration of Medication. Health and Safety Basics now includes the 2 hour Child and Youth Growth and Development training. 

 

Básicos de Salud y Seguridad (Health and Safety Training in Spanish)

Tiempo: 6 horas
Costo: Gratis con código de prepago
Enlace: Disponible en linea.
Descripcion:  Instrucciones paso a paso. Topics include Safe Spaces, Transportation Safety, Handling and Storage of Hazardous Materials, Emergency Preparedness, Prevention and Control of Infectious Disease, Food and Allergic Reactions and How to Respond, Safe Sleep and SUIDS Prevention, Prevention of Shaken Baby Syndrome, and overview of Administration of Medication.



Identifying Child Abuse and Neglect - Mandated Reporting in Early Care and Education

Hours: 2 hours. IMPORTANT NOTE: You must complete the training in one sitting. Progress will not be saved if you exit, close or refresh the training.
Cost: Free
UPDATED Link: Available online.
Description: Step-by-Step Instructions. Topics include Child Abuse and Neglect, Discipline, Mandated Reporting, and Child Maltreatment.
Please Note: This training has moved to another system. There is no registration required to take this training - in order for you to receive credit you must complete the Attendance Confirmation Form on the last slide of the training. There are WARNINGS about this feature in the first few slides of the training, at the end of the training and in the instruction guides above. Once you complete and submit the attendance confirmation form you will receive an email confirming your completion. This will take the place of a certificate. If you provided your NJ Workforce Registry ID# in the form, your certificate will be uploaded into the system within 2-3 weeks. The training platform is compatible with PCs, tablets and phones. 

If you are currently in the process of completing the existing training, you must complete it by midnight Wednesday, June 27th. After that point if you have not completed the training you will need to start over using the new system via the link above.

 

​Identificando el Abuso y Descuido Infantil - Reportador Mandatorio en el Cuidado y Educacion de la edad temprana

Tiempo: 2 horas NOTA IMPORTANTE: Debe completar la capacitación en una sola sesión. El progreso no será guardado si sale de, cierra o actualiza la ventana de la capacitación.
Costo: Gratis
Enlace ACTUALIZADO: Disponible en linea.
Descripcion: Haga clic aquí para instrucciones de cómo acceder la capacitación en línea.  Los temas incluyen Abuso y Descuido Infantil, Disciplina, Reportador Mandatorio, y Maltrato Infantil.
Por favor Note: Esta capacitación se ha movido a otro sistema. Ninguna registración es requerida para tomar esta capacitación – para poder recibir crédito debe completar el Formulario de Confirmación de Asistencia en la última diapositiva. Hay AVISOS sobre esta funcionalidad en las primeras diapositivas de la capacitación, al final de la capacitación y en las guía de instrucciones arriba. Una vez complete y envíe el formulario de confirmación de asistencia, recibirá un correo electrónico confirmando la finalización. Este tomará el lugar de un certificado. Si usted proporcionó su ID del NJ Workforce Registry, su certificado será subido al sistema dentro de 2-3 semanas. La plataforma de capacitación es compatible con PCs, tabletas y teléfonos celulares.

Si usted está actualmente en el proceso de completar la capacitación actual, debe completarla antes de la medianoche el Miércoles, 27 de Junio. Después de ese punto – si usted no ha completado la capacitación usted va a necesitar comenzar nuevamente utilizando el nuevo sistema por medio del enlace de arriba.
 

First Aid and CPR Training

Hours: Varies
Cost: Varies
Link: Available only in person at your local CCR&R or through an authorized training vendor.
Description: Topics include First Aid and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR). Child care center staff have the option to attend a CPR/First Aid training course offered through the local CCR&R or attend/hire a certified trainer/vendor. The trainer/ vendor must be certified by a recognized health organization. The CPR training course must offer a hands-on-skills practice. Examples of a few of the recognized health organizations are: American Safety and Health Institute, American Red Cross, and the American Heart Society.




 

Home Based Programs - Required Trainings

(if you need to take any of these trainings in person, contact your local CCR&R)

All providers (FCC and FFN) must complete training to meet the CCDBG reauthorization requirements for Health and Safety.  The total number of training hours for Home Based Programs is twelve hours plus CPR and First Aid Training.
 
Home based programs must take the following steps to meet the requirements:
  1. Orientation Training 2-hour training. Available at your local CCR&R. Topics include Office of Licensing (OOL) policy review, Business Practices, and Program Management;
  2. Complete items needed to meet CCDBG reauthorization;
  3. Begin application for FCC Registration (if applicable);
  4. Complete the required Health and Safety Training Topics as listed below;
  5. Complete FCC Registration including home inspection.

PLEASE NOTE: Only the health and safety training courses linked to below or the courses offered through your CCR&Rs will be counted towards your required training hours for DFD’s Subsidy Assistance Program Health and Safety Requirements. 



NJ Health and Safety Basics: Birth to Preschool

Hours: 8 hours
Cost: Free
Link: Available online.
Description: Step-by-Step Instructions. Topics include Safe Spaces, Transportation Safety, Handling and Storage of Hazardous Materials, Emergency Preparedness, Prevention and Control of Infectious Disease, Food and Allergic Reactions and How to Respond, Safe Sleep and SUIDS Prevention, Prevention of Shaken Baby Syndrome and an overview of Administration of Medication. Health and Safety Basics now includes the 2 hour Foundations of Child Development training. 

 

NJ Health and Safety Basics: School Age and Summer Camp

Hours: 8 hours
Cost: Free
Link: Available online.
Description: Step-by-Step Instructions. Topics include Safe Spaces, Transportation Safety, Handling and Storage of Hazardous Materials, Emergency Preparedness, Prevention and Control of Infectious Disease, Food and Allergic Reactions and How to Respond, Safe Sleep and SUIDS Prevention, Prevention of Shaken Baby Syndrome and an overview of Administration of Medication. Health and Safety Basics now includes the 2 hour Child and Youth Growth and Development training. 

 

Básicos de Salud y Seguridad (Health and Safety Training in Spanish)

Tiempo: 6 horas
Costo: Gratis con código de prepago
Enlace: Disponible en linea.
Descripcion:  Instrucciones paso a paso. Topics include Safe Spaces, Transportation Safety, Handling and Storage of Hazardous Materials, Emergency Preparedness, Prevention and Control of Infectious Disease, Food and Allergic Reactions and How to Respond, Safe Sleep and SUIDS Prevention, Prevention of Shaken Baby Syndrome, and overview of Administration of Medication.


Identifying Child Abuse and Neglect - Mandated Reporting in Early Care and Education

Hours: 2 hours. IMPORTANT NOTE: You must complete the training in one sitting. Progress will not be saved if you exit, close or refresh the training.
Cost: Free
UPDATED Link: Available online.
Description: Step-by-Step Instructions. Topics include Child Abuse and Neglect, Discipline, Mandated Reporting, and Child Maltreatment.
Please Note: This training has moved to another system. There is no registration required to take this training - in order for you to receive credit you must complete the Attendance Confirmation Form on the last slide of the training. There are WARNINGS about this feature in the first few slides of the training, at the end of the training and in the instruction guides above. Once you complete and submit the attendance confirmation form you will receive an email confirming your completion. This will take the place of a certificate. If you provided your NJ Workforce Registry ID# in the form, your certificate will be uploaded into the system within 2-3 weeks. The training platform is compatible with PCs, tablets and phones. 

If you are currently in the process of completing the existing training, you must complete it by midnight Wednesday, June 27th. After that point if you have not completed the training you will need to start over using the new system via the link above.


​Identificando el Abuso y Descuido Infantil - Reportador Mandatorio en el Cuidado y Educacion de la edad temprana

Tiempo: 2 horas NOTA IMPORTANTE: Debe completar la capacitación en una sola sesión. El progreso no será guardado si sale de, cierra o actualiza la ventana de la capacitación.
Costo: Gratis
Enlace ACTUALIZADO: Disponible en linea.
Descripcion: Haga clic aquí para instrucciones de cómo acceder la capacitación en línea.  Los temas incluyen Abuso y Descuido Infantil, Disciplina, Reportador Mandatorio, y Maltrato Infantil.
Por favor Note: Esta capacitación se ha movido a otro sistema. Ninguna registración es requerida para tomar esta capacitación – para poder recibir crédito debe completar el Formulario de Confirmación de Asistencia en la última diapositiva. Hay AVISOS sobre esta funcionalidad en las primeras diapositivas de la capacitación, al final de la capacitación y en las guía de instrucciones arriba. Una vez complete y envíe el formulario de confirmación de asistencia, recibirá un correo electrónico confirmando la finalización. Este tomará el lugar de un certificado. Si usted proporcionó su ID del NJ Workforce Registry, su certificado será subido al sistema dentro de 2-3 semanas. La plataforma de capacitación es compatible con PCs, tabletas y teléfonos celulares.

Si usted está actualmente en el proceso de completar la capacitación actual, debe completarla antes de la medianoche el Miércoles, 27 de Junio. Después de ese punto – si usted no ha completado la capacitación usted va a necesitar comenzar nuevamente utilizando el nuevo sistema por medio del enlace de arriba.


First Aid and CPR Training

Hours: Varies
Cost: Varies
Link: Available only in person at your local CCR&R or through an authorized training vendor.
Description: Topics include First Aid and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR). FCC providers must be certified through one of the following recognized health organizations: American Heart Association; American Red Cross; National Safety Council or the Medic Pediatric Course or through your local CCR&R.