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First Aid, CPR & AED (ER3)
This course is based on the most current 2010 science and guidelines for rescue programs Students will learn how to recognize signs and symptoms of trauma, injuries & sudden illness; they will learn how to administer first aid,
save lives, reduce recovery time and provide basic life support using AED device (if available) until advanced emergency personel arrives
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is based on the most current science and guidelines for rescue programs. It teaches how to recognize signs and symptoms of
CPR and AED
is based on the 2010 science and guidelines for cardiopulmonary resuscitation. It teaches how to recognize signs and symptoms of trauma, injuries & sudden illness; how to administer save lives, perform life-saving
procedures, reduce recovery time & provide basic life support.
trauma, injuries & sudden illness; how to administer first aid, save lives, reduce recovery time & provide basic life support
HEALTHY BEGINNINGS (12HRS) Approval #CKO-30428
For use by anyone who lives or works with infants or young children. These guidelines can be used a s reference guide, or as a resource for planning daily or weekly activities.
Observing Child Growth and Development (CD 3hrs) Approval #CKO-30428
This course is based on early childhood developmental theories with emphasis on how early childhood educators can gain a better understanding of young children in a classroom setting. Participants will learn strategies for observing children; how to collect, interpret and apply data to set baseline and formulate individualize child focused curriculum. Participants will learn how to recognize learning styles suitable for each child, and strategies for connecting with students.
6 Hour Renewal Course Approval #CKO-30428
Designed specifically to satisfy annual licensing renewal for licensed professional. Curse content and certification consists of 3hrs two of the following categories: Child Development, Curriculum, Health, Safety, Nurtition or Professionalism
COMAR Child Supervision Requirements (HSN 3hrs) Approval #CKO-30428
This course teaches COMAR supervision requirements, common compliance mistakes in safety management practices relating to illness prevention including practices and procedures for sanitation. Participants will understand discover a wide-range of common hazards including visible and hidden dangers that can potentially harm children and their providers and trigger non-compliance citations. Participants will learn: what constitutes adequate supervision of children; How to identify physical, psychological and environmental contaminants in a household or center that can pose hazard to children and how to reduce their risks.
45 Hour Infant Toddler Care Methods and Materials (CD45) Approval #PSO-3480
This course satisfies the Maryland State Department of Education's infant and toddler care and developmnent course
requirement for family childcare providers. Here students will learn the stages of developmental milestones (social and emotional, language, cognitive, and physical) for children birth through age three
90 Clock Infant Toddler Method and Materials Course Approval #PSO-3480
This course satisfies the Maryland State Department of Education licensing requirement for center staff and professionals working in the early care and education field. The course provides critical information
necessary for success in the care of young of young children. The modules covers the major concepts, principles, theories and research related to the development of children, infants through age twelve.
MEDICATION ADMINSTRATION TRAINING. (6HR)
This 6-hour course on how to administer medication and treat Asthma is approved for 6 hours of child care licensing education credit. The course is conducted by a registered RN and MSDE certified Medication and Asthma Administration inistration Trainer.
INTRODUCTION TO MARYLAND EXCELS. (3HR) Approval #CKO-30428
Maryland EXCELS is a voluntary Quality Rating and Improvement System (QRIS). A QRIS is a program that awards ratings to family providers, center-based and public school child care programs, A QRIS is a program that awards ratings to family providers, center-based and
public school child care programs, and school age before and after school programs that meet increasingly higher standards of quality in key areas. Maryland EXCELS has three goals:
• To recognize early care and school age education programs that provide quality care
• To encourage providers to increase the level of quality provided in their programs
• To provide parents with information and choices about quality child care
and caring interactions with children. BAS looks at best business and professional practices in family childcare. Using the BAS as a guide, participants learn a systematic process for collecting data about their programs and how that information can be turned into an action plan for program improvement." This training provides best practices in 10 topic areas
BAS The Business Administration Scale for Family Child Care reflects the growing professional consensus that the quality of family childcare is determined by more than a provider's nurturing heart
Working with Mixed Age Group (3HR)
This course takes an in-dept look at the practice of non-graded, multi-age grouping in early childhood education, and offers guidance strategies on meeting the challenges and utizing the advantages of mixed age group care
12 Hour license Renewal Course Approval #CKO-30428
Designed specifically to satisfy annual licensing renewal for licensed professional. Curse content and certification consists of 3hrs each in Child Development, Curriculum, Health, Safety and Nurtition and Professionalism
Evaluating Child Development (CD 3hrs) Approval #CKO-30428
This course is the first part of a two-part workshop series and focuses on the role of a teacher in early childhood development and clarifies the standards of practical successful teaching – classroom management, planning, self-evaluation and other
strategies for working effectively with children. This course includes topics on the professional evaluation of a teacher’s performance, either through a formal self-directed or management directed study.
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Classroom Activities for Young Children (CUR 3hrs) Approval #CKO-30428
A practical approach to teaching children through hands-on activities designed to make time spent in daycare meaningful and rewarding. Participants will understand the role of play in children's growth and development in the domains (social, emotional and cognitive) stages of development. Participants will learn how to engage children with interesting, simple easy to learn projects that is rewarding for the teacher and enriching for the children