This online course is designed to help child care professionals understand how to keep the child care environment safe and healthy. Each individual module in this course will introduce you to a specific topic. To begin this course,
- Choose a module
- Test your knowledge by completing the module pre-test
- Watch the videos and review the resources for each section of the module
- Feel free to go back and review sections as often as you like
- When you feel confident that you have learned all of the content in the module, take the module post-test
- If you receive a score of 80% or higher on the post-test, you will be able to print a certificate of completion
Important Note: Each state has different training requirements for child care professionals. Before completing the modules, you may want to check your state's regulations to find out whether these modules can be used for child care training credit in your state.
This project was developed by the University of Georgia Extension as part of the National Healthy Homes Partnership, and was supported in part by funding received from the U.S Department of Agriculture National Institute of Food and Agriculture and the U.S Department of Housing and Urban Development Office of Lead Hazard Control and Healthy Homes.
This module is designed to inform you about the dangers of lead poisoning, help you identify potential sources of lead in your child care/ECE environment, and discover steps you can take to reduce lead exposure in your child care/ECE setting.
This module is designed to help you understand the importance of maintaining a safe environment and preventing injury in the child care/ECE setting, focusing specifically on indoor environments, poisons and hazards, playground and vehicle safety, and first aid and emergency preparedness.
This module is designed to provide you with information about water safety and water quality in child care/ECE settings. Topics include lead contaminants in water, well water safety, and general water hazards around child care/ECE facilities.
This module is designed to familiarize you with common asthma triggers in the child care/ECE setting and to help you learn ways to reduce the risk of an asthma attack among children and adults by reducing exposure to those triggers.