Tinian Child Care Providers participate in Pediatric CPR and First Aid training

On May 14, 2022, three license-exempt providers participated in a Pediatric CPR and First Aid training at the new Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF) Program Tinian Office located at Paradise Real Estate, 101 Grand St. San Jose Village.  The training was facilitated by Ms. Maureen Sebangiol, an American Heart Association CPR Instructor and Registered Respiratory Therapy Educator. This training provides participants the necessary skills on how to respond to and manage illnesses and injuries in a young child or infant in their respective facilities or home.  

The training is 5.5 hours long and includes an audio-visual presentation from the American Heart Association, demonstrations by the instructor, and hands-on activities by the attendees.  

This training is a requirement under the CCDF Program, and all providers are expected to take and complete this training as part of the condition to receive CCDF funds. All new CCDF providers within 90 days of approval must complete this training, as well as 11 other health and safety topics. Annually, all CCDF license exempt providers also must complete 15 hours of ongoing health and safety training. 


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