Child Care providers are always learning. So whether your are just beginnign your career or you've been at it for decades, these resources are sure to help.
Resources For Becoming A Child Care Provider
Through the Maryland Child Care Resource Network, we help providers understand the requirements for opening a child care program. We outline regulations and other important guidelines to ensure high-quality programs.
Individuals, corporations, schools, and others operating family or center-based child care programs must meet the Code of Maryland Regulations (COMAR) Title 13A: chapter 1 for family child care homes and chapter 2 for child care centers.
Training programs for new and current childcare providers are available throughout the state. These sessions are approved by Maryland Child Care Administration and meet the minimum state requirements for increasing levels of professional development.