One designated staff person must have completed the EPR in Child Care training by July 1, 2017.
One designated staff person must complete the EPR in Child Care training within one year of the effective date of the initial license.
*If the EPR trained staff person leaves employment, the facility must ensure that another staff person completes the required training within four months of the vacancy.
To find an Emergency Preparedness and Response (EPR) in Child Care training, contact an EPR trainer in your community.
The Emergency Preparedness and Response (EPR) in Child Care training will be offered statewide and regularly over the next two years. To find a training go to the EPR Calendar on the CCRR Council website. You will see the link on the top right corner of the home page. You will also find the trainings on the websites of the CCR&R agency or Partnership for Children nearest you. Lastly, you may contact one of the qualified EPR trainers.
Information for Current and Prospective EPR Trainers
Current EPR Trainers
For technical assistance and on-going support regarding emergency preparedness and response in child care, contact the North Carolina Child Care Health and Safety Resource Centeror 1-800-367-2229.
Prospective EPR in Child Care Trainers
The NC Child Care Health and Safety Resource Center offers the EPR Online Train-the-Trainer Course several times each year. there is no charge for the course. Those interested and who meet the eligibility criteria should complete the online application to take the course.
All EPR trainers are required to offer EPR training to child care providers in their communities.