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Illinois Department of Human ServicesJB Pritzker, Governor · Grace B. Hou, Secretary
Effective Date: Immediately, Revised: 04/06/2017, 08/01/2017
Reference: 45 Code of Federal Regulation (CFR) Subpart D, §98 and 99
The Illinois Department of Human Services (IDHS) partners with child care providers to serve low income families through the Child Care Assistance Program (CCAP).
To help ensure the health and safety of children, Federal Regulations 45 Code of Federal Regulation (CFR) Subpart D, §98 and 99, now require providers to complete specific health, safety and child development training, have current CPR/First Aid certification, and complete ongoing annual training each calendar year thereafter. Qualified Child Care Assistance Program Providers must be in compliance with the training requirements outlined below in order to receive CCAP payments. Training completion is subject to monitoring and inspection.
All Qualified CCAP Providers MUST be members of the Gateways Registry to track training completion. Caregivers should register at: https://registry.ilgateways.com/
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