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All trainings sponsored on this site by the Family Child Care Association of Maine (FCCAM) are FREE to view. ~ Certificates for professional hours are available.

Supporting the important work of the family child care professional across Maine, the Family Child Care Association of Maine (FCCAM), Professional Learning Committee (PLC) is charged with offering training on:

  • Business and Professional Development
  • Child Development
  • Developmentally Appropriate Practice
  • Guidance
  • Healthy and Safe Environments
  • Individual and Cultural Diversity
  • Observation and Assessment
  • Relationships with Families

We are happy to be able to provide these professional development opportunities to members of both professional organizations as part of our joint work supporting professionals providing child care in Maine.

Maine licensing recognizes the professional training hours awarded by FCCAM for these webinars. Outside of Maine it is the responsibility of the provider to confirm their acceptance by the appropriate licensing body.

The trainings developed by the PLC being accessed through this site are provided in an archived format so child care professionals can access them at a time that works for them. Access the trainings through the appropriate section of the site’s menu.


Being a volunteer organization composed of working family child care providers we do our best to have certificates email out quickly, usually within a week of receiving the necessary reflection.


Disclaimer

The information in this site and offered through FCCAM sponsored trainings is intended solely for the personal non-commercial use of the user who accepts full responsibility for its use. While the PLC has taken every precaution to insure that the content of this site is both current and accurate, errors can occur. FCCAM is not responsible for any errors and omissions, or for the results obtained from the use of this information. All information on this site is provided “as is”, with no guarantee of completeness, accuracy, timeliness or of the results obtained from the use of the information. In no event will FCCAM, its related partnerships, agents or employees thereof be liable to anyone for any decisions made or actions taken in reliance on the information on this site. 

Certain links on this site connect to other sites maintained by third parties, over whom FCCAM has no control. FCCAM makes no representations as to the accuracy or any other aspect of information contained in other sites.

No portion of FCCAM training presentations may be reproduced in any manner without the prior written consent of the Family Child Care Association of Maine (FCCAM). The links provided may not be posted on any public or private website without the prior written consent of FCCAM, nor forwarded to others for their use.


Author: fccamaine

FCCAM works to unify, promote and strengthen quality professional family child care in Maine. We are the state affiliate of the National Association for Family Child Care (NAFCC). We are the only professional association in Maine dedicated specifically to supporting family child care providers. FCCAM understands the critical role of family child care providers in the lives of children and families. We also understand the hard work and long hours that are required to provide the much needed child care services in Maine’s diverse communities. FCCAM provides opportunities to network both locally and statewide with other family child care professionals for training and support. Through collaboration with other organizations we are engaged with advocating for children and their families in Maine, increasing awareness of our professionalism and value to our communities.

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