Utah Day Care Centers

In order to set up a, it is necessary for a provider to undergo a one-time fire inspection in which a state appointed fire inspector shall go over the premises looking for potential fire hazards, which can also include an inadequate number of exits from the premises. Besides this, there is a test for active and contagious tuberculosis that all those who work at the day care center must undergo. Staff members, especially those in direct contact with children and those in supervisory roles, need to complete at least twenty hours of training in child care every year. It is possible to bypass the educational requirements for a teacher by acquiring five years of supervised experienced working in a day care center. Besides this, there are various safety requirements for Utah day care centers that include retaining a member of the staff who is trained in first aid, and who is competent to administer CPR if necessary.

We currently have 382 listings for day care centers and child care providers spanning 79 cities in Utah. Please select your city in Utah to see the day care centers, nannies, after school programs, and other child care providers for Utah.

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