The Department of Early Education and Care has developed a training presentation on reducing the risk of SIDS in child care. Click on the above link to access this training in English*.
MAC/Apple users, who are experiencing problems accessing the presentation, should try viewing this version of the Reducing the Risk of SIDS file size 17MB training using "Keynote".
Spanish* Chinese* Portuguese* Kreyol Khmer Handouts Handouts Handouts Handouts Handouts Self Study Guide Self Study Guide Self Study Guide
*These presentations contain audio. To avoid long delays in downloading, it is best to right click on the link and choose SAVE to save the file on your computer system, rather than open it directly from the link. Once the document has been saved on your computer you will be able to open it without delay.
If you do not have PowerPoint installed on your system, a PowerPoint viewer is available at the following link. http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?FamilyID=cb9bf144-1076-4615-9951-294eeb832823
Transportation is often a child’s first encounter with the educational system each day. Safe, reliable transportation services represent an essential gateway for children and their families to access and participate in early education and out of school time settings.
Click on the above link to obtain a copy of EEC’s Transportation Policy, additional information about transportation safety, or to access EEC’s (required) transportation safety training.
The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) has compiled food safety and general nutrition information targeted at Child Care Educators, which can be found at http://teamnutrition.usda.gov/childcare.html.
Within the aforementioned materials are specific resources on:
Menu Planning for Child Care
Serving Adequate Foods in Child Care
A free online training provided by The National Food Service Management Institute (NFSMI).
This training is to help mandated reporters understand their legal obligations as mandated reporters; recognize possible signs and symptoms of child abuse, neglect and exploitation; know how to respond to a child who discloses abuse; and know how to file a 51A Report: and understand what happens after a 51A report is filed.