CCAP Provider Training Requirements

CCAP Provider Training Requirements


Child care providers receiving payment for care provided through the Child Care Assistance Program (CCAP) are required to complete specific health and safety trainings. These requirements are in alignment with the requirement by the federal government that child care providers receiving payment through the federal Child Care Development Block Grant (CCDBG) complete specific health and safety training; have current CPR/First Aid certification; and complete a minimum number of annual training hours as required by provider type. All providers participating in CCAP will have minimum training requirements as a result of the federal legislation.

Trainings required for approval as a provider receiving payment through the Child Care Assistance Program are based on provider type. For more information on CCAP Provider Training Requirements please contact our Training and Technical Assistance Coordinator at 309-205-3070 ext 4012.

June 15, 2022 IDHS Announcement

Health & Safety Training Requirements

for License-Exempt Child Care Providers

License-Exempt Child Care Home (Non-Relative) AND Center Providers

Training Calendar & Registration

To check out our upcoming trainings, including CCAP provider required trainings, on our Training Calendar & Registration page click here

CCAP Provider Resources

Find more resources for CCAP providers including forms to download, FAQs, and links to IDHS resources here