Common Injury Risks (CCHC Trainees)

Type
Course
Date of Publication
July 7, 2021
Price
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Overview

This 2-hour course is designed for Child Care Health Consultants (CCHCs) to gain knowledge of how to recognize, assess, and prevent, and respond to common injury risks, such as airway obstruction, poisoning, human biting, emergencies, and vehicle-related injuries. CCHCs educate early childhood professionals on child safety.

THIS COURSE IS ONLY AVAILABLE TO PARTICIPANTS WHO HAVE COMPLETED THE IN-PERSON PORTION OF THE CHILD CARE HEALTH CONSULTANT TRAINING PROGRAM. If you want to learn more about the Child Care Health Consultant program visit their website at http://www. texasaeyc. org/programs/healthy_child_care_texas. Young children are at risk for a variety of common injuries in child care settings; therefore, it is important for child care providers to understand the kind of injuries that can occur to the children in their care. Child Care Health Consultants can play a valuable role in educating providers about common injuries and how to prevent and respond to them should such injuries occur. 'Injury Prevention: Common Injury Risks' is a 2-hour course designed to help CCHC trainees recognize, assess, and know how to prevent common injury risks, such as airway obstruction, poisoning, human biting, emergencies, and vehicle-related injuries.

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