Available Courses

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Certificates from the old platform are not transferrable to the new platform but may be requested by completing this online form.

Abusive Head Trauma (Shaken Baby Syndrome): A Guide for Child Care Providers

Abusive head trauma is the leading cause of death in cases of child abuse in the United States. This 2-hour course will help you better understand the dangers of abusive head trauma and how to take steps to protect the children in your care from this type of abuse.

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Age-Appropriate Nutrition, Feeding, and Support for Breastfeeding

As a child care provider, you play a vital role in helping infants and young children develop healthy eating patterns that can benefit them well into their adult years. During this 2-hour course, we will focus on the importance of good nutrition for infants and young children.

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Age-Appropriate Physical Activity for Children

This course is designed to help you, as child care providers and directors, implement current, research-based best practices in your child care environments. During this course, you will learn why regular activity is crucial for children of all ages and how to match and modify activities for children.

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Child Maltreatment: A Guide for Child Care Professionals

Each year, nearly a million cases of child maltreatment, which includes both abuse and neglect, are confirmed, and many more probably go unreported. This course is designed to give child care professionals the tools to prevent, identify, and report child abuse and neglect among the children in your care.

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Childhood Immunizations

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, vaccines are the most important public health intervention in history because they have saved millions from death and have prevented hundreds of millions from once crippling and deadly diseases.

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Common Childhood Illnesses Part 1: Common Symptoms and Complications

Children in child care facilities are 2- 3 times more likely to acquire infections and illnesses that affect their health than children who are kept at home. Because of that, child care providers must constantly monitor children in their care to keep illnesses from spreading to other children and workers in their facility.

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Common Childhood Illnesses Part 2: Respiratory Illnesses and Rashes

Children in child care facilities are 2- 3 times more likely to acquire infections and illnesses that affect their health than children who are kept at home. Because of that, child care providers must constantly monitor children in their care to keep illnesses from spreading to other children and workers in their facility.

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Common Childhood Illnesses Part 3: Zoonotic and Other Illnesses

Children in child care facilities are 2- 3 times more likely to acquire infections and illnesses that affect their health than children who are kept at home. Because of that, child care providers must constantly monitor children in their care to keep illnesses from spreading to other children and workers in their facility.

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Controlling Asthma Triggers in the Child Care Environment

Asthma is one of the most common chronic childhood illnesses. This course gives a basic overview of what happens in the body during an asthma attack, discusses common asthma attack triggers, and covers a variety of strategies child care providers can use to reduce the number of asthma triggers in their indoor environments.

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Emergency Planning for Child Care Providers

This course covers emergency preparedness plans and is designed to help you understand the process of becoming prepared for emergencies that might affect your program. This fulfills one of the fundamental tasks of any child care provider – to create a safe and healthy environment for the children in your care.

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Ensuring the Health and Safety of Infants and Toddlers in Child Care

This course covers building and physical premises safety. One of the most important responsibilities of infant and toddler caregivers is to keep children safe and healthy. This course is designed to help caregivers identify and remove potential hazards, incorporate healthy practices into the daily routine, and more.

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Germ Fighting Gone Green

Children in child care are 2-3 times more likely to acquire an infectious disease compared to children NOT in out of home care. This course is designed to help you gain a better understanding of how to fight germs that invade your child care setting with earth friendly options.

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