Theoria Technical College | Evaluated Learning Experience
Preventive Health, Safety, and Nutrition with Pediatric First Aid and CPR (ECE/CDA-600)
2018 - Present.
Upon successful completion of the learning experience, students will be able to understand how to prevent the spread of viruses and bacteria in an early childhood setting; demonstrate strategies to establish systems for program health, safety, and nutritional values; prepare a menu of healthy snacks and meals for various age groups in the early childhood development classroom; develop an emergency disaster plan; and understand the importance of preventive health, safety, and proper nutrition of children and their families.
This course is taught live online or on-site/in-person. Students who enroll in the online course option receive a link to join the lecture online in Theoria Technical College’s online learning platform. Students who register for the on-site/in-person lecture, are required to arrive on campus for the class lecture.
In addition to completing the lecture, students are required to complete assignments (30 hours) and a practicum (45 hours). All components of the program must be completed within 90 days. The course consists of a cumulative competency-based assessment (final exam), student activity, and observations/reflections. Students receive ongoing monitoring and feedback from professors and academic editors throughout the program.
The CPR portion of this course MUST be completed in-person.
In the lower division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 3 semester hours in Early Childhood Education, Pre-School Education, Special Education, or Child Care Management (11/21).