What is a child care center?

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A child care centre is a place that is set aside for taking care and supervising children generally from 0 to 8 years of age. Majority of child care centres require that child care providers are CPR certified, and that they have broad training in first aid.
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Accreditation of a child care center is a voluntary self-study, approved by the National Academy of Early Childhood Programs, a division of the National Association for Education
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1. Create a playground with adequate space so that children can play without obstruction. Ensure that the playground is easy to supervise and does not contain any hazardous materials
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Experience as a child care worker in another child care facility is helpful to have before you apply for a child care worker position. This type of experience is not absolutely required
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