Title 922 | Chapter 002 | Regulation 230

922 KAR 2:230.Director's credential.

Section 1.



An individual eligible for a director's credential shall have completed twelve (12) college credit hours in the following areas:


Local, state, and federal regulations and laws;




Programming for families and children;


Supervision and staff development;


Health and safety;


Financial management and marketing; and


Community collaboration and resource management.


Completion of the twelve (12) college credit hours required by subsection (1) of this section shall be obtained at an accredited institution of higher education offering a program:


Meeting the curriculum requirements specified in subsection (1) of this section; and


Approved by the Cabinet for Health and Family Services.


An individual seeking the director's credential may:


Earn the twelve (12) college credit hours as part of an early childhood education degree program; or


Enroll specifically for director's credential course work.

Section 2.

Award of Credential. A director's credential shall be awarded by the cabinet upon:


Successful completion of program requirements established in Section 1(1)(a) through (g) of this administrative regulation; and


Recommendation by the institute of higher education where the course work was completed.

Section 3.

Denial of Credential.


If the individual fails to comply with the eligibility requirements of Section 1 of this administrative regulation, the director's credential shall be denied.


If the director's credential is denied, the individual:


Shall be informed as to the requirements that resulted in the denial; and


May reapply after the requirements that caused the denial are met.

HISTORY: (30 Ky.R. 1158; 1562; eff. 1-5-2004; TAm eff. 10-29-2004; TAm eff. 8-1-2005; Crt eff. 11-26-2019; 47 Ky.R. 1303; eff. 6-16-2021.)

7-Year Expiration: 6/16/2028

Last Updated: 12/15/2021

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