|Opportunity to become licensed provider offered|
|Written by Holyoke Enterprise|
There is an exciting opportunity for people wanting to stay home with their own children and earn an income for their family.
The Northeast Colorado Child Care Resource and Referral is holding the approved 15-hour pre-licensing training, “There’s No Place Like Home” June 21-22. This training is part of the requirements of getting a family child care provider license.
Licensed family child care has many benefits for families and communities. First, it allows a parent to stay home with their own children and still make a living. Second, it provides other parents a place for their children to play and learn in a safe environment while they work and make a living.
In Colorado, anyone who cares for children from more than one family in their own home on a regular basis is required to have a license.
The Northeast Colorado Child Care Resource and Referral can help anyone who wants to become a licensed child care provider through the process of licensing. They have State of Colorado licensing packets available and can answer any questions one might have about being a licensed family child care provider.
If one is interested in becoming a licensed family child care provider and would like more information or would like to sign up for the training, contact Sheila Anzlovar at the Northeast Colorado Child Care Resource and Referral at 970-848-3867.
Northeast Colorado Child Care Resource and Referral provides services in Cheyenne, Kiowa, Kit Carson, Lincoln, Logan, Phillips, Sedgwick, Washington and Yuma counties. It is part of the non-profit organization, Rural Communities Resource Center and Qualistar Colorado Partner, receiving funding through CDHS.
They also receive funding from the Lincoln County Department of Human Services, Yuma County Department of Human Services and Logan County Department of Social Services.
Holyoke Enterprise June 7, 2012