Healthy Futures: In-Person Training Modules

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​Free In-Person Training Modules 

Healthy Futures in-person training curricula are designed to be facilitated by a “trainer” to a group of child care providers. These curricula are divided into modules and include PowerPoint presentations, video clips, activities, forms, and pre- and post-tests.

Safety and Injury Prevention in Early Education and Child Care Settings (Updated in 2018)

The Safety and Injury Prevention Curriculum for Early Care and Education Settings is designed as an educational tool for child care providers with all levels of understanding about safety and injury prevention. With this curriculum, participants will learn how to prevent injuries, recognize potential safety hazards, and understand how to create a safe environment in early care and education settings. This curriculum includes slide presentations (with video clips), quizzes, activities, and links to forms. 

Managing Infectious Diseases in Early Education and Child Care Settings (Updated in 2020)

The Curriculum for Managing Infectious Diseases in Early Education and Child Care Settings is designed as an educational tool for child care providers with all levels of understanding about infectious diseases. With this curriculum, participants will learn how to prevent, recognize, and manage infectious diseases in early education and child care settings. This curriculum includes slide presentations quizzes, and resources.

Medication Administration in Early Education and Child Care Settings (Updated in 2020)

The Medication Administration in Early Education and Child Care Settings is designed as an educational training tools available for child care health consultants, early learning program directors, health managers, health care professionals and others to use to help meet national early education & child care training requirements in the area of medication administration.  This curriculum includes slide presentations (with video clips), quizzes, and resources.

Support for the Healthy Futures project has been provided through funding from Johnson & Johnson Consumer Inc.

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