Oak Park Main Library

  • Event Time 9:00 AM-2:00 PM
  • Event Date April 22, 2017
  • Event Location Main Library, 3rd floor computer room, 834 Lake Street


In Illinois, all current licensed and license-exempt centers and Family Child Care Providers participating in CCAP will have to complete minimum training requirements by September 2017.

Don’t panic, we are here to help!
The Collaboration is here to support you to meet these new requirements!
Get your questions answered and start training TODAY!

Where:  Oak Park Public Library; Main Branch, 3rd Floor Computer Room
When:  Saturday April 22nd and Saturday May 6th (additional dates TBA)
Time: 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM (You can come for all or a portion of this time)

Facilitated by: Diana Rosenbrock. Please email Diana to register.
For more information, contact Diana Rosenbrock:

Providers, by now you have received the Illinois Department of Human Services (IDHS) Announcement to Child Care Assistance Program (CCAP) providers regarding the health, safety and child development training that must be completed by September 30, 2017. As previously communicated, the federal government is now requiring that child care providers complete specific health, safety and child development training, have current CPR/First Aid certification and complete annual training hours. All providers participating in CCAP will have minimum training requirements as a result of the federal legislation. We have received valuable feedback, and as a result, we have chosen to restructure and clarify the training requirements.

Revised: Child Care Assistance Program Health, Safety and Child Development Training

REGISTER TODAY @ drosenbrock@collab4kids.org