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California Condors 1.00 This course provides an introduction to California condors, including an overview of physical characteristics, habitat, behavior, reproduction, and conservation.
California Harassment Prevention Training for Managers, Supervisors, and Salaried Employees 2.00 This course provides comprehensive, online training to prevent harassment in the workplace. It offers strategies to achieve more appropriate employee conduct and reduce your company’s liability. In addition to promoting a harassment-free work environment, this course will also bring your organization into compliance with state laws, such as California's sexual harassment training requirement, AB 1825.
California Harassment Prevention Training for Team Members 1.00 Harassment cases have resulted in organizations being liable for hundreds of millions of dollars in legal fees and lost revenue annually. The information presented here enables employees in the organization to create a harassment-free culture.
Cardiac Arrest Management of the Firefighter Down 1.00 Career Firefighter Jackeline Vazquez, BSCJ and Medical Director Jeremy Cushman, MD, MS, EMT-P, FACEP, FAEMS discuss the care and management of a cardiac arrest when the victim is a firefighter who is wearing full turnout gear. With the help of the Henrietta Fire District (New York State), this presentation offers many thought-provoking ideas that will assist your department. Final Exam: Please read each question carefully. You will have two attempts to gain a 70% or higher on this exam. If you are not successful in two attempts, you are welcome to take the course again to gain the certification.
Cats 1.00 This course will provide an introduction to cats, including an overview of physical characteristics, habitat, behavior, reproduction and the conservation efforts dedicated to protecting this taxonomic group.
Compliance U CERT Basic Training Light Search and Rescue Operations 0.34 This course focuses on the components of an effective search and rescue operation — sizeup, search, and rescue — and the methods and techniques that rescuers can use to locate and safely remove victims.
CERT Basic Training: Disaster Preparedness 0.25 The damage caused by natural disasters and manmade events can be extensive and overwhelming. While emergency services personnel are the best trained and equipped to handle emergencies, they may not be immediately available in a catastrophic disaster. Community Emergency Response Teams (CERTs) respond in the period immediately after a disaster when response resources are overwhelmed or delayed. This training covers basic skills that are important to know in a disaster when emergency services are not immediately available. By learning how to work as a team, neighbors and coworkers will be able to do the greatest good for the greatest number after a disaster.
CERT Basic Training: Earthquakes 0.17 The Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Program educates people about disaster preparedness for hazards that may impact their area, and trains them in basic disaster response skills for disasters such as earthquakes. By implementing the training learned in this course, CERT members can assist others in their neighborhood or workplace following an event when professional responders are not immediately available to help. This course covers earthquakes and how to prepare for one, as well as the steps to take during and after an earthquake.
CERT Basic Training: Fire Safety and Utility Controls 0.25 During, and immediately following a severe emergency, the first priorities of professional fire services are life safety and extinguishing major fires. This course will provide participants with the knowledge and skills that they will need to reduce or eliminate fire hazards and extinguish small fires. Topics covered in this course include fire chemistry, fire and utility hazards in the home, workplace, and neighborhood, CERT sizeup, fire sizeup considerations, firefighting resources, fire suppression safety, and hazardous materials. NOTE: This course does not have audio.
CERT Firefighter Rehab Operations 0.34 This course will train CERT members to recognize signs of physiological distress in firefighters and train CERT members to safely set up and perform the non-medical functions of firefighter rehabilitation.
Chainsaw Safety 0.42 Safety devices are required to be engineered into the chainsaw design by ANSI B175.1-1991, but no safety device is perfect. This is why understanding chainsaw safety is of great importance. YOU are the best accident prevention method. In this course participants will learn about chainsaw parts, proper grip, proper personal protective equipment, start-up methods, safe operation, kickback & springback prevention, as well as maintenance and fueling of chainsaws.
Check & Inject NY! 1.00 Check & Inject Epinephrine Presentation on Anaphylaxis for BOTH ALS and BLS Providers.
Cheetahs 1.00 The module covers an overview of cheetah physical characteristics, distribution and habitat, behavior and ecology, and reproduction as well as important conservation efforts dedicated its protection. Remarkable images show cheetahs in ways you’ve never seen before, and video provides insights into their behavior.
Chest Pain - Beyond MONA 1.00 A review of atypical etiologies for chest pain, provided for an intended audience of prehospital care providers. This course refreshes physiology and pathophysiology for various cardiac and non-cardiac causes of chest pain, including definitions, disease morbidity and mortality, and prehospital treatments. This training is primarily designed to assist paramedic providers as they care for patients in the prehospital environment
Child Abuse Prevention and Awareness 1.50 Unfortunately, child abuse is a prevalent issue in today's world. Child care workers and volunteers, coaches, and others who work with children must be knowledgeable about the topic to ensure children's safety. This course will make you aware of the many issues related to child abuse and help you recognize and prevent child abuse within and outside of program walls. It offers advice about how to respond to a child who divulges abusive information and what to do with this information. As someone who works with children you will learn how to protect the child, your organization, and yourself from accusations of abuse.
Child Abuse Prevention and Awareness for Supervisors and Managers 1.50 If a staff member or volunteer in a child-related program approaches his or her supervisor with a case of suspected child abuse the supervisor must know how to handle the situation to ensure the safety of everyone in the program. This course provides supervisors with a wealth of information about how to recognize and prevent child abuse within program walls, and furthermore, the steps to take when a situation of child abuse arises. In addition, you will learn best practices for yourself, your staff and your organization.
Child Care in Mixed-Age Groupings (CDA 1 & 5) 2.00 In this course you will learn ways to provide activities, how to physically arrange the learning environment, and how to equip your family child care early learning program to support the growth and development of children of mixed ages. This course is designed to be part of a Child Development Associate (CDA) Credential™ curriculum. It covers CDA Subject Area 1: Planning a Safe and Healthy Environment to Invite Learning, as well as CDA Subject Area 5: Strategies to Manage an Effective Program Operation. This course can also be taken as a stand-alone learning event, or as part of a broader early childhood education curriculum.
Child Maltreatment for EMS Providers 1.00 Child Abuse Pediatrician Dr. E. Murray discusses some of the key issues that EMS providers must consider when caring for abused children.
Children with Special Health Care Needs: Assessments Part I 1.00 This is the first lesson in a series that offers two opportunities. You have the opportunity to learn from a medical professional and the opportunity to learn from an experienced and caring mother. Listen carefully in this first lesson and consider what should be done for all medically fragile children. Final Exam: This multiple-choice exam is designed to test your knowledge of the material you just reviewed. You have two attempts to gain an 70% or higher on this exam. Please take your time and answer each question carefully.
Children with Special Health Care Needs: Assessments Part II 1.00 In this second lesson of the series, another family offers their time and personal experiences. Take advantage of the information that the medical professionals and the mother of a medically fragile child offer. We believe that your assessment and treatment abilities will improve. Final Exam: This multiple choice exam is designed to test your knowledge of the material you just reviewed. You have two attempts to gain an 70% or higher on this exam. Please take your time and answer each question carefully.
Children's Temperament: A Practical Approach to Meeting Individual Needs (CDA 3) 2.00 Every child comes into this world as a unique individual, with unique ways of responding to the world in the expression of their emotions and actions. This is called temperament. Being able to recognize and understand differences in temperament differences is crucial for nurturing a child's social emotional health. This course is designed to be part of a Child Development Associate (CDA) Credential™ curriculum. It covers CDA Subject Area 3: Supporting Children's Social and Emotional Development. This course can also be taken as a stand-alone learning event, or as part of a broader early childhood education curriculum.
Chiropractic Care in Older Adults 1.00 Society needs to change its focus in the management of chronic pain syndromes from a "pain management" perspective to a "functional management" perspective. This course focuses on chiropractic management of low back pain in older adults, offers a social look at lower back pain in older adults, and looks at randomized control trials of older adults.
Clery Act (Collection) 1.50 When we talk about the Clery Act, we are actually referring to the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, and a series of other security-related disclosure requirements contained in section 485 of the Higher Education Act (20 USC §1092). The Clery Act requires colleges and universities to track and disclose information about crimes that occur on or near campus. The basic requirements of the Act fall into six categories: 1. Campus crime reporting. 2. Timely warning notices. 3. Emergency notifications and emergency response testing. 4. Fire safety reporting and missing student procedures. 5. Notices to prospective students and employees. 6. Policy statements. We’ll address each of these categories throughout this course.
Climate Change and the Polar Bear 1.00 We will discuss the causes and impacts of global climate change, especially as they pertain to the majestic Arctic species Ursus maritimus, the polar bear. Learn how scientists at the San Diego Zoo are using innovative techniques to test for potential negative impacts of human industrial activities in the Arctic on the largest and most carnivorous bear in the world.