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Child Care Quality Enhancement Training
The Department of Human Resources contracts with agencies throughout the state to provide training that allows child care providers to meet the Minimum Standards requirements for pre-service and annual training. These agencies also provide training that assists child care providers in achieving goals such as obtaining the Child Development Associate (CDA) credential and receiving national accreditation.
Training is provided through various methods such as workshops, courses, conferences, on-site, video learning, distance learning and satellite learning.
Child Care Central
Child Care Resource Center
Childcare Education Resources
Child Care Resource Network
Child Development Resources
Family Guidance Center of Alabama
GRCMA Early Childhood Direction
Northwest-Shoals Community College
Child Care Licensing Training
Minimum Standards Training is provided for individuals interested in opening a day care center, new child care providers (operating two years or less) and day care directors/licensees that have been licensed for two years or more.
New Child Care providers / Operating for two years or less *
Providers Licensed for two years or more *
*No training available at this time for either
State and local agencies and professional and advocacy organizations also provide training that is appropriate and beneficial for child care providers.
Alabama Early Intervention System
Provider Awareness Sessions
Chilton/Coosa County DHR Social Worker Receives 2012 Alabama Spirit of Adult Services Award
Billie Robinson, a social worker with the Chilton and Coosa County Department of Human Resources (DHR), has been awarded the 2012 Alabama Spirit of Adult Protective Services Award. The award, presented at a celebration in Montgomery, is given annually to a frontline worker who, through his or her own initiative and ideas, makes significant contribution to the growth and development of the Adult Protective Services program.
DHR social worker named State Employee of the Year
The State of Alabama Personnel Department has selected Ms. Holly Painter, a social service caseworker in Talladega County, as the 2012 Alabama State Employee of the Year. An award ceremony was held Thursday, June 7th at the Talladega County Department of Human Resources to recognize Ms. Painter for her dedication to insuring the safety of children and her outstanding working relationship with community partners.
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2013 Child Care Market Rate Survey
Montgomery County Intensive Residential Services for Children RFP Announcement
Independent Living Conferences and Camps RFP Announcement
Alabama Educational Training Voucher Program RFP Announcement
Qualified Individuals and Families Encouraged to File for Earned Income Tax Credit
FY2013 Title XX Pre-Expenditure Report Public Notice
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