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During the current state of emergency, many early educators might be getting close to their expiration date for the ITS-SIDS training. Please be aware that DCDEE has released the following guidance allowing Flexibility in Policy and Regulatory Requirements during COVID-19:

For Training Requirements in Child Care Rule 10A NCAC 09 .1102 it is allowable to provide an additional six months for administrators and any child care provider to complete CPR, FA and ITS-SIDS training if needed. This change is allowed as long as one child care provider who has completed the CPR, FA training is present while children are in care, and as long as one child care provider in the infant room who has completed the ITS-SIDS training is present while infants are in care.

If early educators are unable to get the ITS-SIDS training at this time, please review this document carefully. It includes rule changes that were made in October 2017. It is important that these rules are followed so that safe sleep environments can be provided for infants.

In addition, there are current sample policies available on our website that reflect the rule changes (available in English and Spanish).

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