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Is a resume sufficient to document the one year CASSP experience for Qualified Supervisor Non-Human Services BA/BS?

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Is a resume sufficient to document the one year CASSP experience for Qualified Supervisor Non-Human Services BA/BS?

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Response: The provider must verify the employee’s work history as listed on her/his resume. In addition, the provider must document that it verified the information listed on the employee’s resume.62. Define “Day Care” – Does it include these scenarios: Babysitting, part time for 10 + years = three years day care; being a parent for 3+ years; or an LPN (or 60 + credit student) who has worked as babysitter for several years or who has raised own children?Response: None of these examples meet the definition for “Day Care.” Day Care experience is employment by a licensed, certified, or registered provider of day care services.

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