Designated individuals must complete the EPR in Child Care
training by July 1, 2017.
Designated individual must complete the EPR in Child Care
training within one year of the effective date of the initial license.
* If a trained person leaves a program, the program has four months to have another trained person on staff.
The Emergency Preparedness and Response (EPR) in Child Care
training will be offered statewide and regularly over the next two years. To find a training go to the EPR Calendar
on the CCRR Council website. You will see the link on the top right corner of the home page. You will also find the trainings on the websites of the CCR&R agency
or Partnership for Children
nearest you. Lastly, you may contact one of the qualified EPR trainers
Prospective EPR in Child Care Trainers
The NC Child Care Health and Safety Resource Center is offering the EPR in Child Care
Train-the-Trainer course on a routine basis. The course is taught online through the UNC Sakai distance learning system. There is no charge for the course. In selecting participants, priority is given to Child Care Health Consultants (CCHCs) and regional Child Care Resource and Referral technical assistance professionals. All applicants must meet the eligibility criteria
and be approved by the NC Division of Child Development and Early Education (DCDEE) to become an EPR in Child Care
trainer. EPR in Child Care
trainers are expected to teach the EPR in Child Care
training at least three times a year for two years. To be considered for the course, email the Application
and the Request for Approval
form to Mary Cleary at email@example.com