Cleaning in a child care center

 

This training will teach the steps to follow when cleaning, sanitizing, and disinfecting in a child care center. Information is gathered from the CDC, ServSafe®, The National Early Childhood Program Accreditation (NECPA), Rhode Island state licensing regulations, and Dr. Day Care policies and procedures.

From this training, you will learn how to ensure that all surfaces are clean and sanitized or disinfected to keep everyone healthy and safe.

 

After this training, you will be able to

    • Understand the importance of cleaning, sanitizing, and disinfecting.
    • Understand the key differences between cleaning, sanitizing, and disinfecting.
    • Understand official CDC classroom cleaning guidelines.
    • Explain how to clean, sanitize, and disinfect surfaces, classrooms, and any areas you may be responsible for.
    • Give examples of when and where to use each cleaning method.
    • Recognize the importance of handwashing and teaching children proper handwashing techniques.
    • Explain typical cleaning routines to follow in a successful child care program.

 

This training is primarily intended for use by those supporting infant, toddler, preschool, or school age children within group settings. This may include center-based teachers, family, group and center-based childcare providers and early childhood consultants.

Throughout this training, you will hear references to Dr. Day Care policies and procedures. Follow your early childhood center’s specific policies. If your center needs assistance in developing policies, contact drdaycare@drdaycare.com or 401-475-7707 x222 for assistance.

For Kids Klub / Dr. Day Care teachers and staff, always check with your Administrator for the most up-to-date policies, procedures, or forms.

 

After completing this training, you will receive a certificate for 2 Professional Development hours.

 

Click on the course titles to progress through this training. All videos and quizzes must be completed to receive a training certificate.

How to operate a high quality School Age program

 

This training will demonstrate a developmentally appropriate and responsive learning environment for a School Age site.  From this training, you will learn about the typical routines and daily expectations in a school age setting.

Our programs are typically held in an elementary school cafeteria, gym, library, or classroom.

 

After this training, you will be able to

    • Understand typical routines and daily expectations in a school age program or classroom.
    • Understand how the environment influences the success of a program and how to run a successful program.
    • Recognize the importance of quality relationships between children and adults and begin to apply this knowledge.
    • Understand children’s behaviors and how to respond to challenges.
    • Understand the significance of establishing and maintaining communication with families.
    • Give examples of various hands-on learning activities that can be implemented in your school age program.
    • Explain the typical routine in a successful school age program.

 

This training is primarily intended for use by those supporting school age students within group settings. This may include center-based teachers, family, group and center-based childcare providers and early childhood consultants.

Throughout this training, you will hear references to Kids Klub/ Dr. Day Care policies and procedures. Follow your early childhood center’s specific policies. If your center needs assistance in developing policies, contact drdaycare@drdaycare.com or 401-475-7707 x222 for assistance.

For Kids Klub / Dr. Day Care teachers and staff, always check with your Administrator for the most up-to-date policies, procedures, or forms.

 

After completing this training, you will receive a certificate for 2 Professional Development hours.

(This training is APPROVED in Rhode Island for DHS/Center-ELP training hours)

Click on the course titles to progress through this training. All videos and quizzes must be completed to receive a training certificate.

Creating and supporting a developmentally appropriate Infant room

 

This training will demonstrate a developmentally appropriate learning environment for an Infant classroom.  At Dr. Day Care, we refer to this as an Infant Model Classroom.  From this training, you will learn about the typical routines and daily expectations in an infant classroom.

 

After this training, you will be able to

  • Understand typical routines and daily expectations in an infant classroom.
  • Describe environments and materials that support infants’ development.
  • Understand developmental milestones for infants.
  • Recognize the importance of quality relationships between infants and adults and begin to apply this knowledge to the classroom.
  • Understand the significance of establishing and maintaining communication with families.
  • Reflect on your own ideas and experiences associated with communicating with families.
  • Plan activities that promote communication with all families in your program.

 

This training is primarily intended for use by those supporting infants within group settings. This may include center-based teachers, family, group and center-based childcare providers and early childhood consultants.

Throughout this training, you will hear references to Dr. Day Care policies and procedures. Follow your early childhood center’s specific policies. If your center needs assistance in developing policies, contact drdaycare@drdaycare.com or 401-475-7707 x222 for assistance.

For Dr. Day Care teachers and staff, always check with your Administrator for the most up-to-date policies, procedures, or forms.

 

After completing this training, you will receive a certificate for 2 Professional Development hours.

(This training is APPROVED in Rhode Island for DHS/Center-ELP training hours)

 

Click on the course titles below to progress through this training.  All videos and questions must be answered to receive a training certificate.