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Enfermedades Zoonóticas y Bioseguridad 2.50
Expedition Ocean: Module 1 Student Version 1.00
Expedition Ocean: Module 1 Teacher Version 1.00
Animal Welfare Spanish 1.00
School Age Growth & Development 1.00
Differentiating Dyspnea 1.00
EMS Patient Handoffs in the Hospital 0.50
Animal Welfare General 1.00
Kangaroos and Kin 1.00
How to Find an Extra 30 Minutes a Day for Training and Enrichment! 1.00 "I wish I had more time to do what I like doing!" This common expression relates to many concepts all vying for the same time and attention simultaneously. Rarely is there time or resources available to dedicate to enrichment and training. Nowhere is this more evident than in the Animal Keeper’s daily role. This course will provide an opportunity for the keeper/trainer to evaluate the daily processes to identify and eliminate Non Value Added process steps and allow more time for enrichment and training. Useful concepts, such as Root Cause and Current State/Future State will be used to identify the waste. There will be tools provided, which can be applied in any situation, to simplify work duties and increase daily efficiency.
Volunteers and Change Management 1.00 'Nothing is as permanent as change' - change is constant, change is life, but some changes are really difficult to navigate. This webinar will tackle how to build a strong and successful bridge to change using strategies for successful change management. Learn the best ways to use both your head and your heart to support others through change.
Creatively Implementing a 360 Program on a Budget 1.00 360-degree feedback is feedback that comes from all around an employee - 360 degrees, with the employee being assessed figuratively in the center of the circle. Feedback is provided by subordinates, peers, and supervisors. It also includes a self-assessment and, in some cases, feedback from external sources such as customers and suppliers or other interested stakeholders. The results from a successful 360-degree assessment may be used by the person receiving the feedback for self improvement, or by some organizations in making administrative decisions, such as pay or promotion. However used, it can be very effective - yet can be very costly to administer. Learn how one large non-profit company utilizes 360 degree surveys internally - on a budget!
Bloodborne Pathogens and HIV 0.75 In this course, you will learn about the characteristics of bloodborne pathogens, diseases caused by these pathogens, such as HIV, and how they are transmitted. You will also learn the elements of an exposure control plan and how to prevent contact with or infection from contaminated body fluids. In addition, you will learn how to handle exposure incidents involving blood, and the signs, labels, and color-coding used to warn of biohazards and bloodborne pathogens. This training is provided to help employers provide a safe and healthful work environment for their employees and minimize the possibility of employee exposure to bloodborne pathogens.
FrogWatch USA™ Chapter Coordinator 1.00 FrogWatch USA Chapter Coordinator Course helps you understand the goals of chapter coordination and gives you the process, presentation, training and communication resources you need to succeed as a Chapter Coordinator of the FrogWatch USA citizen science program. This course also includes the FrogWatch USA volunteer training program.
FrogWatch USA™ Volunteer 1.00 FrogWatch USA Volunteer Course gives you the tools you need to be a successful citizen scientist for FrogWatch USA. You will learn about the FrogWatch USA program, the importance of frogs and toads, how to create your own field guide, procedures for field research, and how to recognize the calls of frogs and toads in your state, district or territory. This course gives you the training you need to be certified as a FrogWatch USA volunteer in your local chapter.
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.
Implicit Bias 0.25 In this course, you’ll learn about implicit biases that happen despite our best intentions. After completing this course, you will be able to: Define implicit bias. Describe how implicit bias can impact the workplace or an organization. Identify the steps you can take to further educate yourself about this topic.
Seven Secrets to Effective Public Speaking 1.00 Need to give a presentation, update or briefing? Whether you present to 5, 50, or 500 – and for 5 minutes or 50 minutes - you will be able to apply these skills. This session offers easy-to-use strategies and techniques! You will discover methods to: Organize your presentation Focus on your main points Establish and hold rapport Connect with listeners Generate the desired result
Leaders Shape the Future 1.50 Organizations confront formidable challenges. Innovative thinking, decisive action and focused collaboration are needed to surmount barriers to progress. Vibrant learning cultures are essential to promote learning. Individual staff members need specific professional development plans constructed on valid assessment data. Follow up measures are required to promote accountability and ensure results. This course is designed to guide you and promote skills and competencies that can advance your career and propel you and your agency to new heights.
Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) Training 0.50 The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act, often referred to as FERPA, is a federal statute that provides students with control over the disclosure of and access to their educational records. FERPA applies to all educational records maintained by institutions that receive federal funding. This extends to grades, disciplinary actions, and other school information directly related to a particular student that FERPA has designated as worthy of privacy protection. In this course, you will: Identify what FERPA is. Explore how educational records can be disclosed, accessed, and amended under FERPA guidelines. Become familiar with the privacy and accountability goals that FERPA promotes. Discover the characteristics of personally identifiable information (PII). Clarify our expectations for enforcing FERPA violations.
Accessibility 0.50 This course discusses Accessibility in the workplace, utilizing case studies from the Museum of Science, Boston for further understanding. Four main topics are covered: Disability etiquette Legal requirements Accommodations Accessibility and inclusion
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.
Worms, Germs and You (Introduction to Zoonotic Disease) 0.50 Worms, Germs, and You is an introductory course to the basic principles of zoonotic disease education and disease prevention. You will learn about some basic disease biology and terminology, as well as a variety of prevention techniques to be applied at work and at home. Finally, a few zoonotic disease examples will reinforce lessons learned and help you apply some of this information to real disease scenarios. When remembered and practiced, the material in Worms, Germs, and You will greatly decrease your chances of contracting a zoonotic disease.
Supporting Children and Families Through Transitions (CDA 5) 2.00 A child experiences many transitions while in child care—Not just moving from one activity to another, but also moving into and out of groups and programs. This course looks at the different transitions a child may experience, such as enrolling in a new child care program, moving to a new room in an existing child care program, or leaving a program. Learn how practitioners can support children during these transitions. This course is designed to be part of a Child Development Associate (CDA) Credential™ curriculum. It covers CDA Subject Area 5: Strategies to Manage 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.
Sepsis - What's new in caring for these patients? 0.75 A comprehensive update provided for an intended audience of prehospital care providers. This update introduces new definitions for sepsis and septic shock, reviews sepsis epidemiology, pathophysiology, disease morbidity and mortality, and prehospital treatments.

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