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Injury Prevention: Toy Safety - Learning Course (EH03 - LC)

In addition to providing children with fun and enjoyment, toys help children develop skills, test their abilities, engage their imagination, and learn so much. Toys can let children create on their own or practice working together with others. Unfortunately, many children are injured every day from toys that are supposed to be fun. This course will focus on preventing injuries from toys in child care settings. It will cover child development and toys, toy safety, storage of toys, cleaning toys, tracking injuries, and recalled toys. Learners can engage with the material in either audio/visual or written formats. Your trainers are child care health consultants and are happy to work with you to help you understand the course material and be successful in your learning.
  • Important Course Information
  • Helpful Hints
  • Course Overview
  • Pre-course Check-in and Reflection
  • Unit 1 - Introduction
  • Unit 2 - Child Development and Toys
  • Mixed age groups
  • Idea sharing between child care providers
  • Unit 3 - Toy Safety
  • How to Properly Fit a Bike Helmet
  • Unit 4 - Toy Storage
  • Clean Up Song
  • Toy Storage Survey
  • Learn from your Colleagues
  • Unit 5 - Keeping Things Safe
  • Explore the CPSC Website - Look for Recalled Toys (Optional Activity)
  • Unit 6 - Keeping Things Clean
  • Summary Video
  • Conclusion
  • Toy Safety Checklist
  • Conduct a toy safety review
  • Consultation Opportunity
  • Final Test - Injury Prevention: Toy Safety
  • Optional Discussion Board
  • Stay Connected
  • Course Completion
Completion rules
  • All units must be completed
  • Leads to a certificate with a duration: Forever