Oregon has designed a statewide training calendar called Oregon Registry Online (ORO) where you can search for child care resource & referral sponsored training throughout the state. All of the training we offer can be found through this link and has been pre-approved for license training requirements.
Care Connections & Education will log all training hours you take through our agency into your ORO account that you can access on your own to see your accumulated training. You may also take trainings related to child care that are not sponsored through a child care resource & referral agency. These training can be added to your ORO account by submitting a training certificate.
Training criteria can be found here.
Non CCRR sponsored training certificates must be submitted with an ORO cover sheet.
Find Safety Set Training - This training is required to become licensed or listed with DHS for regulated subsidy.
The Oregon Registry is a system that recognizes those working in the field of child care and early education for the training and education they complete both past and present. Financial milestones can be achieved through a Step Application process. Learn more about how to participate.
There are 2 statewide scholarship available at this time.
Oregon Family Child Care Scholarship & Betty Gray Oregon Statewide Scholarship
How Many Hours of Training Do I Need?
Once you have obtained your initial approval for a DHS listing or have received your license, there are different ongoing training requirements for each type of care to meet before your renewal period. Here are current guidelines for 2018:
DHS License Exempt Relative Care Providers - Complete a DHS Orientation within 90 days of approval.
DHS Regulated Subsidy Providers - Complete a DHS Orientation within 90 days of approval. Complete 6 hours of child care related training in addition to maintaining current FA/CPR certification in a 2 year period.
DHS Enhanced Rate Providers - Complete a DHS Orientation within 90 days of approval. Complete 8 hours of child care related training in addition to maintaining current FA/CPR and food handler certifications in a 2 year period.
Registered Family Child Care Providers - Complete 10 hours of child care related training (6 Hours must be considered child development. All CKC's except PPLD & PM) in addition to maintaining current FA/CPR and food handler certifications in the 2 year license period.
Certified Family Child Care Providers - Please refer to page 21 of the rule book.
Certified Child Care Centers - Please refer to page 30 of the rule book.
*Class Cancellation Policy*
Payment received for a class can be credited to future classes if we receive at least 48 hour notice that you are unable to attend. After 48 hours, your registration fee may not be transferred. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.