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Alabama Department of Human Resources – Child Care Services Division

Address:  50 Ripley Street, Montgomery, AL 36130
Phone:  (334) 242-1425 or (866) 528-1694
Fax:  (334) 353-1491
Email: childcare.licensing@dhr.alabama.gov
Website: dhr.alabama.gov

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Alabama Department of Education

Address: 5114 Gordon Persons, Building Montgomery, AL 36104  
Phone: (334) 242-9700
Fax:  
Email: 
Website: www.alsde.edu/

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Staff

All staff hired after the effective date of these regulations shall meet experience, education, training, and age qualifications. Verification of qualifications shall be on file in the center.
Qualifications of Staff
a. The center director shall have responsibility for the day to day operation and management of the center including supervision of the planning and implementing of the children’s daily activities, supervision of staff, and responsibility for
maintenance of the center. The center director shall be at least 19 years of age and shall have at least twenty (20) clock hours of training in administration and management and at least four (4) clock hours of training in quality child care. In addition, the center director shall meet at least one of the following training categories:
(1) One hundred twenty (120) clock hours of training in child care; a high school diploma or general education diploma (G.E.D.); and at least twelve (12) months of working experience as a child care worker/teacher or as a director/program director in a licensed day care center or a Department approved setting. Training in child care shall include at least twenty (20) clock hours in each of these areas:
(a) child development;
(b) health, safety and universal precautions;
(c) quality child care and licensing;
(d) the child care professional and the family;
(e) language development;
(f) positive discipline and guidance.
OR
(2) A child development associate credential (CDA) or a certified child care professional certificate (CCP) from the National
Child Care Association Inc. (NCCA) and a high school diploma or general education diploma (G.E.D.); and at least twelve (12) months of working experience as a child care worker/teacher or as a director/program director in a licensed day care center
or a Department approved setting.
OR
(3) An associate degree in child development or early childhood education from a post-secondary school (technical, vocational, junior college), and at least nine (9) months of working experience as a child care worker/teacher or as a
director/program director in a licensed day care center or a Department approved setting.
OR

(4) A bachelor’s degree in child development or early childhood education and at least six (6) months of working experience as a child care worker/teacher or as a director/program director in a licensed day care center or a Department approved setting.

b. Child care workers/teachers who have primary responsibility for the care of a group of children shall be at least 19 years of age and shall have a high school diploma or general education diploma (G.E.D.). Within thirty (30) days after employment,
child care workers/ teachers shall have at least twelve (12) clock hours of training in child care and development through participation in workshops, meetings, videotapes, or one-to-one consultation, unless written documentation of prior
equivalent training is on file. Training in child care shall include at least one (1) hour in each of these areas:
(1) child development;
(2) health, safety and universal precautions;
(3) quality child care and licensing;
(4) the child care professional and the family;
(5) language development;
(6) positive discipline and guidance.
c. Aides/assistant teachers who assist with groups of children shall be at least 16 years of age and shall:
(1) have at least an 8th grade education;
(2) work under the direct supervision of a person qualified as a child care worker/teacher;
(3) and shall not be counted in the required staff-child ratio.
d. Service staff, such as cooks, janitors, or bus drivers, shall not be counted in the required staff-child ratio unless they meet child care worker qualifications, are acting as a child care worker, and are giving full attention to the children. (See Section D.,
1., a., and b., page 23, for requirements regarding staff coverage.)
e. The driver of a center vehicle transporting children shall be at least 19 years of age and have a valid driver’s license.
f. A substitute staff person shall meet all qualifications of staff for whom he/she is substituting.

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In-Service Training for Staff
a. All staff shall be involved in ongoing training related to his/her specific responsibilities. Training in child care shall inc
lude each of these areas:
(1) child development;
(2) health, safety and universal precautions;
(3) quality child care and licensing;
(4) the child care professional and the family;
(5) language development;
(6) positive discipline and guidance.
b. Directors shall obtain at least twenty-four (24) clock hours of training each year.
c. Child care workers/teachers shall obtain at least twelve (12) clock hours of training each year.
d. Service staff (such as cooks, bus drivers, janitors) shall obtain at least four (4) clock hours of training each year.
e. Documentation of training shall be on file in the center. Training in Infant-Child (Pediatric) Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and First Aid shall not be counted toward annual inservice training hours. (Revised effective December 7, 2007)
f. For purposes of inservice training requirements, a year may be considered based on the center’s licensing date, for example June 15, 2001 through June 15, 2002 is one year.

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Mandatory Criminal History Check Notice: (see Appendix C., page 83, for a copy of the form) Alabama law requires that a
criminal history background information check be conducted on all persons who hold a license or work in a Department of Human Resources licensed child care or adult care facility, a foster or adoptive home a pproved by the Department of Human Resources, or a licensed child placing agency, including all officers and agents of the entity. You are required to provide full, complete, and accurate information on your criminal conviction history upon application for a license or employment. This information shall be used to determine your suitability to provide care to children, the elderly, or disabled individuals. Unless a criminal history background information check report and suitability determination have previously been obtained, you must complete a written request (mandatory criminal history release form) and consent for a criminal history background
information check with fingerprints at the time of application for employment. Refusal to complete these documents or
providing false information shall result in refusal of employment, approval, or licensure. The term conviction includes a determination of guilt by a trial, by a pleaof guilty, or a plea of nolo contendere. You are required to notify your employer, licensing agency, or entity where you are performing volunteer work of any criminal conviction occurring subsequent to the date of completion of the mandatory criminal history notice . Any individual determined to have submitted false information shall be referred to the district attorney or law enforcement for investigation and possible prosecution. An individual who intentionally falsifies or provides any misleading information on the statement is guilty of a Class A misdemeanor, punishable by a fine of not more than two thousand dollars ($2,000) and imprisonment for not more than one year. Convictions for
crimes listed Section G., 2., d., (see page 51) shall make an individual unsuitable for employment, volunteer work, approval, or licensure.
(3) The Mandatory Criminal History Check Notice shall include the following Criminal History Statement:
(a) Have you ever had a suitability determination made by the Department of Human Resources in connection with a previous
criminal history information background check? Yes (__) No (__).
(b) Have you ever been convicted of a crime? Yes (__) No (__). If yes, state the date, crime, location, punishment imposed, and whether the victim was a child or an elderly or disabled individual.
(4) At the time of initial application, each applicant for a license shall submit a request for a criminal history background information check to the Alabama Bureau of Investigation, Department of Public Safety accompanied by the following:

(a) A signed statement, including the Mandatory Criminal History Check Notice, indicating whether he or she has ever been convicted of a crime, and if so, fully disclosing all convictions. A copy of the Mandatory Notice shall be submitted to the Department of Human Resources, Criminal History Checks Unit. A copy shall be kept on file in the center.

(b) Fingerprints, properly executed by a law enforcement agency or an individual properly trained in fingerprinting techniques.
(c) Written consent from the applicant for a license for the release of the criminal history background information to the Department of Human Resources. A copy shall be submitted to the Department of Human Resources, Criminal History Checks Unit. A copy shall be kept on file in the center.
(d) The required fee.
(e) Identification verification of name, date of birth, race, sex, and Social Security number in the form of a photo identification from any governmental agency, such as a driver’s license, non-driver’s identification, or program participation card. A copy of the identification verification shall be kept on file in the center.
(5) Prior to or on the first day of employment, each center director shall sign a signed statement, including the Mandatory Criminal History Check Notice, indicating whether he or she has ever been convicted of a crime, and if so, fully disclosing all convictions. A copy of the Mandatory Notice shall be submitted to the Department of Human Resources, Criminal History Checks Unit. A copy shall be kept on file in the center.
(a) A center director who fails or refuses to sign the required Mandatory Criminal History Check Notice and complete the questions shall not be employed or allowed to perform volunteer services.
(b) Upon receipt of a signed Mandatory Criminal History Check Notice, revealing no disqualifying convictions, a center director may be employed or perform volunteer services provisionally at the discretion of the licensee, pending receipt of a suitability determination from the Department.
(c) Within five business days of being employed or beginning volunteer service the following shall be submitted to the Alabama Bureau of Investigation, Department of Public Safety:
((1)) Fingerprints, properly executed by a law enforcement agency or an individual properly trained in fingerprinting techniques.
((2)) Written consent for the release of the criminal history background information to the Department of Human Resources. A copy shall be submitted to the Department of Human Resources, Criminal History Checks Unit. A copy shall be kept on file in the center.
((3)) The required fee.
((4)) Identification verification of name, date of birth, race, sex, and Social Security number in the form of a photo identification from any governmental agency, such as a driver’s license, non-driver’s identification, or program participation card. A copy of the identification verification shall be kept on file in the center.
(6) Prior to employment or performing volunteer work or services, each staff person, employees, and volunteer, as well as any other person who has contact with the children or unsupervised access to the children shall submit a request for a criminal history background information check to the Alabama Bureau of Investigation, Department of Public Safety, accompanied by the following:
(a) Prior to or on the first day of employment or performing volunteer services, each staff person, employee, and volunteer, as well as any other person who has contact with the children or unsupervised access to the children, shall sign a statement, including the Mandatory Criminal History Check Notice, indicating whether he or she has ever been convicted of a crime, and if so, fully disclosing all convictions. A copy of the Mandatory Notice shall be submitted to the Department of Human Resources, Criminal History Checks Unit. A copy shall be kept on file in the center.
(b) A staff person, employee, volunteer, or other person who fails or refuses to sign the required Mandatory Criminal History Check Notice and complete the questions shall not be employed or allowed to perform volunteer services.
(c) Upon receipt of a signed Mandatory Criminal History Check Notice, revealing no disqualifying convictions, a staff person, employee, and volunteer may be employed or perform volunteer services provisionally at the discretion of the licensee, pending receipt of a suitability determination from the Department.
(d) Within five business days of being employed or beginning volunteer service the following shall be submitted to the Alabama Bureau of Investigation, Department of Public Safety:
((1)) Fingerprints, properly executed by a law enforcement agency or an individual properly trained in fingerprinting techniques.
((2)) Written consent from the applicant for employment or volunteer work or services, for the release of the criminal history background information to the Department of Human Resources. A copy shall be submitted to the Department of Human Resources, Criminal History Checks Unit. A copy shall be kept on file in the center.
((3)) The required fee.
(e) Identification verification of name, date of birth, race, sex, and Social Security number in the form of a photo identification from any governmental agency, such as a driver’s license, non-driver’s identification, or program participation card. A copy of the identification verification shall be kept on file in the center.

(7) Fingerprints may be collected through the use of ink pads and fingerprint cards or through the use of ink-less “live scan” fingerprinting devices to collect and print fingerprints on cards or transmit the fingerprints on cards or transmit the fingerprints electronically to the Department of Public Safety. When no copy of the fingerprint card is available because of the electronic transmission of live scan fingerprints, written documentation from the individual or law enforcement agency that the fingerprints have been collected and transmitted shall be maintained on file in the center and sent to the Department’s

Criminal History Check Unit.
(8) Fingerprints are not required when a disability prevents an individual from being fingerprinted. Disabilities preventing finger printing include the loss of both hands, severe scarring of all fingers, closed paralytic hands, and similar disabilities. In situations involving a covered disability, a completed Criminal History Information Consent and Release form is required. The
Department of Public Safety shall conduct a criminal history background information check by name and Social Security number in such cases. Documentation or verification that the disability prevents fingerprinting shall be obtained from law enforcement or from an individual trained in fingerprinting techniques and shall be submitted to the Department of Public
Safety and the Department of Human Resources.
(9) Criminal history background information checks shall be performed by the Alabama Department of Public Safety. National criminal history background checks shall be requested by the Department of Public Safety from the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Criminal history background reports shall be sent to the Department of Human Resources.
(10) The Department of Human Resources shall review the report and determine whether the applicant or other person meets the suitability requirement based on the criminal history background report. The Department shall issue a suitability determination and maintain a confidential file on individuals for whom a criminal history background information report or report updates have been received.
(11) Upon receipt of a determination of unsuitability, the affected individual shall be terminated from employment or volunteer work in the center.
(12) The Department shall suspend or revoke the license or deny the initial application or the application for renewal if the
applicant/licensee, staff person, employee, volunteer, or another person in the center receives a determination of unsuitable character.
(13) The Department shall send a copy of the letter determining suitability status to the individual affected and to the licensee of the center. The individual has thirty (30) days from the date of notification to request in writing a reversal of the determination of suitability, if the disqualifying conviction is not for a sex crime or a crime against a child, an elderly individual or an individual with disabilities. The affected individual shall show clear and convincing evidence of successful rehabilitation.
(14) The Department shall send a copy of the report received from the Department of Public Safety to the affected individual. The affected individual shall have the opportunity to challenge the accuracy of the report.
(15) If a suitability determination letter is received by the licensee from the Department’s Criminal History Check Unit stating an individual is suitable for employment based on the absence of any disqualifying convictions, the licensee shall make his or her own determination regarding employment or volunteer work. No right to employment is created by the issuance of a letter stating an individual is suitable for employment.
(16) Only one criminal history background check shall be required per individual. If the individual certifies on the Mandatory Criminal History Check Notice statement that a criminal history check has been performed by the Department, the Department will issue a determination of suitability based on the criminal history report received. If the previous report cannot be obtained, a new criminal history check shall be required.
(17) The licensee shall inform the Department of any criminal convictions and current criminal charges involving the licensee, staff, employees, volunteers and other persons who have contact with the children or unsupervised access to the children, which occur after a license, permit, or approval is obtained. Such reports shall be made within 24 hours and followed by a written report within five (5) days. This information shall be kept on file by the Department.
(18) The Department of Human Resources shall not be responsible for the payment of any fees required for obtaining criminal
history information.

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