Emergency Preparedness and Response (EPR) in Child Care
Emergency preparedness and response (EPR) rules went into effect July 1, 2015. The rules and training are designed to assist licensed child care programs to be adequately prepared to respond to the needs of children and others in the event of disasters and emergencies. Participants will learn about the rules and required emergency preparedness and response plan. 2.5 DCDEE Credits
Payment must be received no later than Friday, October 15, 2021 to confirm registration.
Presenter: Jennifer Bradshaw Garrett, Early Learning Specialist, Children & Youth Partnership for Dare County
Please plan to arrive 15 minutes in advance.
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You can also send your payment by mail or in person with the CYP registration form. The CYP Center is currently open by appointment only. Please call (252) 441-0614, Ext. 1 to make an appointment to deliver payment in person.