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Over 300 Licensed Child Care Homes
Serving All Jefferson County
Additional Referral Information & Referral Form if you are looking for Child Care Providers in Jefferson County

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Families looking for childcare can find child care providers in their zip code area. There is a description about each provider and their child care program. 

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Meetings and Trainings

JCCCA Monthly Meetings! Come join us at our monthly meetings for quality re-certification training classes (1 1/2 – 2 hours credit given each month). A short business meeting and lots of opportunities to discuss the child care profession with other providers abound at the meetings. Bring a potluck dish to share!

Meetings Held @ Clements Community Center

1580 Yarrow Street, Lakewood

6:30 PM until 9:15 PM

MEETING DATES/TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES

After a short informative business meeting a potluck dinner is served. Vendors with provider and child care related products are available for shopping. Following dinner, a training is presented with quality speakers. 1 1/2 to 2 hours training credit are given at each meeting for the training. These credits meet the requirements for Early Childhood licensing renewal requirements.

  • August 23, 2017: PROVIDER SAFETY – Jefferson County Sheriff’s Department will be presenting information on personal & business safety while providing care in your home.
  • September 27, 2017: SAFE SLEEP FOR INFANTS – This training will cover the definition of SIDS and SUID, why safe sleep is important, what you can do to prevent SIDS/SUID, and parent education resources.  The trainer is approved by the Colorado Office of Early Childhood and the training will fulfill licensing regulation 7.707.75G.
  • October 25, 2017: PREVENTION OF SHAKEN BABY SYNDROME AND ABUSIVE HEAD TRAUMA.  Learn the definition of abusive head trauma, how to describe how these injuries occur, how to describe the immediate symptoms and long-term effects, factors that increase the risk, strategies to decrease the risk in your program, and how to communicate the dangers to families.
  • November 15, 2017: CRAFT EXTRAGAZNA – Come spend the evening learning & making new crafts you can use in your program.
  • December- No Meeting
  • January 24, 2018: SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENT.  Participants will learn to identify the importance of and apply specific strategies for building relationships with children, families, and colleagues; identify teaching approaches that promote children’s social-emotional skills and positive behaviors; describe strategies to implement responsive routines and environments to support children’s social-emotional development.  This is a Level 2 Colorado Shines training.

County Associations


Training:

For a list of the most current Licensed Child Care Provider training requirements CLICK HERE

~Inclusion on this list is not an endorsement by JCCCA~


State Licensing Requirements:

For a list of the most current Licensed Child Care Provider training requirements CLICK HERE

For the required Disaster Preparedness and Emergency Response training (Reg. 7.701.100A) CLICK HERE

For the “Mandatory Reporter” class that fulfills the Recognition & Reporting of Child Abuse & Neglect training (Reg. 7.707.32A11 Mandatory Reporter) CLICK HERE


First Aid, CPR, & Medication Training Courses:

To find a full list of Division of Early Care and Learning approved training vendors for First Aid and CPR; Medication Administration; and Standard Precautions CLICK HERE

~Inclusion on this list is not an endorsement by JCCCA~