Building Blocks: Infant Care

Course Number
CS07: 02
Overview
Designed for those new to working with babies, this training provides content on the specifics of infant care. Interactive content will cover the requirements for safe sleep, responsive feeding, and effective diapering routines. The importance of high quality interactions with babies with be highlighted across all sessions. Supervisors are also encouraged to attend!
Objective
Participants will be able to:
1. List caregiving tasks in which interaction with the baby is essential
2. Describe a variety of ways to respond to the changing developmental needs of babies in regard to feeding.
3. Identify the procedure for safely warming a baby's bottle in order to prevent injury.
4. Demonstrate an understanding of each element of EEC's Safe Sleep for Infant's Policy.
5. Describe a variety of ways in which babies can be soothed.
Additional Information

Participants are expected to attend all sessions of an event in order to receive credit for attending. Participants will be marked as “completed” in the LMS if they attend no less than 85% of the total sessions for the event (see table below) and complete all necessary coursework.

 

Number of sessions a participant must attend in order to be marked as “completed” in the registration system: 

 

Number of sessions in the PLC/Training

Number of sessions participants must attend for credit

2 - 4

All sessions

5

At least 4 sessions

6

At least 5 sessions

7

At least 6 sessions

8

At least 7 sessions

9

At least 8 sessions

10

At least 9 sessions

14

At least 12 sessions

 

Course Hours
6.00

Scheduled Event(s) for this Course
REQUIRES REGISTRATION Overview
REQUIRES REGISTRATION
Target program type(s): Group Child Care (GCC), Family Child Care (FCC) and Infant/Toddler
Target audience: Teacher / Group Leader / FCC Assistant / FCC Provider
Training Language: English
PLC Address: VIRTUAL ONLINE ZOOM PLATFORM
Does this training apply to diverse learners? Yes
This PLC can be used to fulfill the Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care's required hours of professional development that address diverse learners.
All participants must be registered in order to receive credit (EEC Training Hours) for their participation.

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