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Autism Spectrum Disorder 1.50 This course covers autism spectrum disorder (ASD), focusing on how it is diagnosed, how it presents in the classroom, and school supports. This content will help you increase your knowledge about students with ASD and will help you understand how you might support these students.
Avian Conservation Programs How To Become Involved 1.00 The field conservation and the zoo communities are partnering at an increasing rate to conserve birds in the wild and in zoos. Avian management techniques that were developed in zoos are being utilized to benefit wild populations. Developing your skills and experiences has a direct impact on species in the wild while also creating career development opportunities. Learn how to become more involved in local and international avian conservation.
AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner - Exam CLF-C01 24.00 AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner (Exam CLF-C01) provides basic knowledge of cloud concepts, AWS cost management and Service Level Agreements, core AWS services, core solutions and management tools, networking and security features, and identity, governance, privacy, and compliance features. You will find this course valuable if you are just beginning to work with cloud-based solutions and services or are new to AWS. This course maps to the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner CLF-C01 exam. You will benefit most from this course if you intend to take the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner CLF-C01 exam. AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner can be used to prepare for other AWS role-based or specialty certifications, but it is not a prerequisite for any of them. This course assumes you have basic knowledge of general technology concepts, including concepts of networking, storage, compute, application support, and application development.
AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner CLF-C01 Exam Prep 1.00 Exam Prep to accompany 30 Bird's AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner CLF-C01 course.
AZA Government Affairs: What Happens in DC Doesn't Stay in DC 1.00 It is important for zoo and aquarium professionals to be knowledgeable about the legislative and regulatory activities around them because government actions could impact their work environments and their day-to-day activities. Zoo and aquarium personnel involved in the import, export, breeding, shipment, receipt, sale, transportation, or display of wildlife should be familiar with existing national and international wildlife laws. This webinar will examine some of the key U.S. laws, regulations and governmental processes which affect zoos and aquariums and how these measures directly impact directors, curators and keepers alike.
Basic Building Construction #1511 (Instructor Guide) 1.00 This is the Instructor Guide for Lesson #1511 Basic Building Construction. This instructor guide provides the instructor with lesson background, key points, and delivery methods. Required lesson materials including lesson plan, presentation, application activity, and evaluation quiz with answer key. Included in this guide is an explanation video of the presentation that describes each slide of the lesson. This guide also details the lesson application activity and provides instruction for assigning the activity.
Basic Building Construction (NYS04) 1.00 This is a basic lesson for the introduction or review of building construction for the firefighter. The lesson defines five types of building construction and identifies the risks and hazards associated with fighting fires in these structures. The lesson is evaluated with a final multiple-choice quiz. A grade of 80% or better is required to pass this course.
Basic Computer Skills 1.50 In this course, you will learn how to get started with your first computer, including learning about files, computer setup and maintenance, and installing software.
Basic First Aid 1.00 This course covers basic first aid for a variety of ailments, including, but not limited to, bleeding, fractures, wounds, checking for spinal injuries, bites and stings, and choking. Please note: This course is meant as a general overview of Basic First Aid and will not result in an official first aid certification.
Basic Health & Safety Requirements for Certification 6.00 Best practices and standards for health and safety are the foundation of quality child care. Meeting the basic health and safety needs of all children sets the stage for positive child outcomes. This health and safety orientation module provides an overview of the basic health and safety requirements and best practices in nine of the topic areas outlined in the Child Care and Development Block Grant (CCDBG) Reauthorization of 2015. The topics are as follows: Safe spaces; Transportation safety; Handling and storage of hazardous materials; Emergency preparedness; Prevention and control of infectious disease; Food and allergic reactions and how to respond; Administration of medication; Shaken baby syndrome/abusive head trauma; Safe sleep and SUIDS prevention. This course is designed to meet your professional development needs. It can be taken as a stand-alone learning event, or as part of a broader early childhood education curriculum. In addition to state child care regulations, there may be other health and safety measures required by your municipality, township, or county. Check with county or local offices for information on local health and safety requirements.