Reducing the Risk of SIDS and Using Safe Sleep Practices

Description

Learn the six safe sleep practices to use in the prevention of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) in early care facilities. Through this foundation course, examine safe sleep practices and environmental factors of concern to those who care for infants in family child care and center-based programs. Review the elements of a Safe Sleep Policy for your program.

Take this course and earn clock-hours towards Kansas Department of Health and Environment’s initial health and safety training requirements for SIDS and safe sleep. This course is also included in the Foundations for Safe and Healthy Early Care Facilities Module, which includes all KDHE initial health and safety training requirements in one course.

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Course Details

  • Cost: $5.00
  • KDHE Approved:Yes
  • Clock Hours:2.5
  • Agency:KCCTO WFD
  • CDA Subject Area:1 - Safe, Healthy Learning Environment
  • KS/MO Core Comp Area:Health and Safety

Selected Offering

December 2 - December 9
Online Training

Registration Deadline: November 29

More Offerings

November 4 - November 11
Online Training

Registration Deadline: November 1

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