For Providers who have a current Preschool CDA, Infant-Toddler CDA or Family Child Care CDA (Child Development Associate Credential)
Effective October 1, 2017, a current CDA can count towards the IDHS CCAP Health & Safety training requirements. Additional online training will be needed to fully meet the health and safety training requirements.
Sudden Infant Death Syndrome & A Preventable Tragedy: Shaken Baby Syndrome online training
available through the Gateways Registry at http://courses.inccrra.org/.
A Preventable Tragedy: Shaken Baby Syndrome online training available through the Gateways
Registry at http://courses.inccrra.org/.
Note: Child Care Providers MUST be members of the Gateways Registry and track their CDA in the Registry. To become a Registry member visit: https://registry.ilgateways.com/.
For instructions on how to report your current CDA to the Registry visit http://urls.inccrra.org/cda. You will need to report the CDA award date, expiration date, and type.
For a complete list of CCAP training requirements visit https://www.dhs.state.il.us/page.aspx?item=87061.
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