NC CCHC Course
Acceptance into the course is based on:
- job responsibilities,
- the ability to provide consultation to early care and education (child care) facilities, and
- documented education and experience, which can be either
- a degree in nursing (ASN or BSN), particularly public health or pediatric nursing, and licensure as a registered nurse (RN), or
- a minimum of a bachelor’s degree in health education, or health related field with experience in health education. Examples of health related fields include: nutrition and physical activity, oral health, community or public health. Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES) designation is preferred for health education practitioners.
Contact the NC Child Care Health and Safety Resource Center for information about applying for the course or call 1-800-367-2229 for information.