Participants will receive an overview of child abuse and Shaken Baby Syndrome (SBS). They will learn the dangers of SBS and how to prevent it. Learning outcomes for child maltreatment include identifying outward signs of abuse and neglect, discussing family and environmental situations that may trigger abuse, stating ways to prevent abuse from occurring in child care settings, and listing the caregiver’s role in reporting suspected abuse/neglect.
Participants will learn why nutrition is so important to young children. They will explain the components of a child care setting that promotes healthy eating, describe the role of the child care staff in helping shape healthy eating behaviors in children, and list ideas staff can use in the classroom to help children promote healthy habits.
Format: In-PersonPresenter: Natalie WilliamsCost: $35Description: Participants will become certified in Red Cross approved basic adult, child, and infant CPR and First Aid. The primary purpose of this training is to […]
Format: In-PersonPresenter: Barbara FosterCHCs: 2Cost: $5 (non-refundable)Description: Participants will have the opportunity to create art projects that relate to popular classroom themes, such as transportation, community helpers, sea life, etc. […]
Format: In-PersonPresenter: Natalie WilliamsCHCs: 2Cost: $5 (non-refundable)Description: Participants will receive an overview of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) giving them the knowledge to identify SIDS risk factors and describe ways […]