Bullying I: Bullies, Victims and Bystanders Who bullies? Who is a likely victim? Why don't bystanders intervene? Get the answer to these and other questions about one of today's biggest challenges in schools and childcare centers.
Bullying II: Intervention and Prevention Learn techniques that will allow you to intervene effectively in bullying incidents, work with the parents of both bullies and victims to stop bullying behaviors, and create a strategy to prevent future bullying.
Food Safety in the Childcare Environment Learn how to create and maintain safe food storage and preparation areas in early childhood settings.
Germ Warfare: Winning the War Against Infectious Disease Learn how infectious diseases are transmitted and how you can reduce the transmission of the infectious diseases most commonly seen among children.
Health and Safety Orientation Training - 10 Hours This course meets Georgia's requirements for 10 hours of health and safety training for new employees and meets CCDF requirements. The course consists of five two-hour modules.
Itchy, Sneezy, Wheezy: Managing Childhood Allergies What are allergies? Why do they occur? What can be done to prevent occurrences? Get answers to these questions and learn how to respond in case of a life threatening allergic reaction.
Make It Safe; Keep It Safe Learn how to create and maintain a safe and healthy physical environment for children.
Nutrition: Planning and Preparing Nutritious Meals for Children Examine the basics of planning and preparing nutritious meals for young children.
Physical Fitness for Young Children Learn developmentally appropriate techniques and activities that promote physical fitness in young children.
Recognizing and Responding to Child Abuse Examine the symptoms of child abuse and appropriate personal and legal responses to child abuse.
Shaken Baby Syndrome: A Preventable Form of Child Abuse Learn the medical definition, symptoms, long-term consequences, causes and methods for preventing Shaken Baby Syndrome.
SIDS: Reducing Sudden Infant Death Syndrome What is SIDS and what can you do to reduce the risk of a child in your care dying from Sudden Infant Death Syndrome.
Transportation and Field Trip Safety (This course is approved to meet the State of Georgia's requirement for two hours of training in transportation safety.) You will look at the requirements and procedures that help assure safe transportation of children in early childhood programs and the process of planning and executing a safe field trip.
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