Rule 67:42:03:07.02 Training.
67:42:03:07.02. Training. A family day care provider and
helper must participate in a minimum of six hours of training every year. Three
of the six hours of annual training may be from reading sources or televised or
video programming. The training must be obtained from at least three of the
(1) Basic first aid. This
must occur during the first year of registration;
(2) Program health and
(3) Learning environments;
(4) Child growth and
(5) Guidance and behavior
(6) Detecting and reporting
child abuse and neglect;
(7) Communication and
relations with staff;
(8) Food handling
(9) The identification and
prevention of communicable diseases;
(10) Cultural diversity;
(11) Nutrition for
(12) Age appropriate
activities and planning;
(14) Partnerships with
(15) Inclusion of all
(16) Program management and
Before an initial registration is
issued, the applicant must complete and become certified in infant-child
cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR) through either the American Heart
Association or the American Red Cross or another entity that provides the
applicant with hands-on skills testing as part of the training. The CPR
certification must remain valid at all times.
Any individual supervising children
around a body of water must meet the training and certification requirements
for CPR as contained in this section.
Before the department renews the registration
certificate, the family day care provider must supply the department with
documented evidence that the provider and helper have completed the required
15 SDR 162, effective May 4, 1989; 21 SDR 206, effective June 4, 1995; 31 SDR
40, effective September 29, 2004.
Authority: SDCL 26-6-16.
Implemented: SDCL 26-6-16.
Water safety, § 67:42:03:20.
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