Scheduled Webinar Training
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SOMETHING IS WRONG WITH OUR WEBINAR HOST COMPANY. THEY ARE DOWN SO WE WILL NOT HAVE A CLASS TONIGHT. SORRY FOR THE INCONVIENCE. I AM LOOKING FOR A NEW HOST AS THIS SEEMS TO HAPPEN A LOT. MORE INFO SOON!!!
YOU MUST ARRIVE BY 6:40 PM TO BE ALLOWED IN THE PRESENTATION!
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Click on the computer icon where it says "Call Using Computer".
If you do not do this, you will NOT be able to hear the webinar
After the webinar is over, click below for the webinar test.
PLEASE DO NOT PAY UNTIL AFTER YOU ATTEND A WEBINAR!
We are going to start offering webinars on the first Monday of every month. Each webinar will be $10.00. It will be from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm, making it a two-hour instructor-led class. This will be 24 total hours per year if you attend each one. There might be additional webinars set up throughout the year as well. Please call us if you have any questions.
Please see the 2019-20 schedule below:
Working with Exceptional Children
Advocating for All Children
Developmentally Appropriate Curriculum
Infants and Toddlers
This training covers: Emergency preparedness; Preventing and controlling the spread of communicable diseases, including immunizations; Administering medication, if applicable, including compliance with §746.3803 of this chapter (relating to What authorization must I obtain before administering a medication to a child in my care?); Preventing and responding to emergencies due to food or an allergic reaction; Understanding building and physical premises safety, including identification and protection from hazards that can cause bodily injury such as electrical hazards, bodies of water, and vehicular traffic; and (continued) Minimum Standards for Child-Care Centers 50 Texas Department of Family and Protective Services Handling, storing, and disposing of hazardous materials including compliance with §746.3425 of this chapter (relating to Must caregivers wear gloves when handling blood or bodily fluids containing blood?).