The responsibility of keeping children safe often lies on the adults caring for them. As such, it is essential for these adults to be prepared in all aspects in case an emergency occurs which will compromise the safety of the children under their care. Undergoing a health and safety training course at Hopewell CPR Training in Sacramento, California will help them become prepared.
Hopewell’s childcare Preventative Health and Safety Training program is approved by the State of California Emergency Medical Services Authority (EMSA). This course is a classroom-based course designed to meet the 8-hours of Child Care Licensing (CCL) regulations and requirement. The course includes nutrition. Every participant that completes all course requirements will receive a completion certificate and EMSA sticker.
The course prepares administrators and employees of family child care homes-small or large and child care centers, how to keep the children in their care healthy and safe from injury and illnesses.
The Preventative Health & Safety Training is offered with the California Childcare First Aid CPR course for a total of 16-hours. Daycare providers can choose to schedule days that work for them.