During this training, participants will understand the difference between sudden
unexpected infant death (SUID) and sudden infant death syndrome (SID) and how
to respond to an emergency. Learning objectives include:
- Define SIDS and SUIDS.
- Identify ways to reduce the risk for SIDS in a child care setting and at home.
- List ways parents/guardians to cope with grief.
Core Competency: Health and Safety | Level: Beginning | Credit hours: 1 clock hour | CEU: 0.1
Criteria to Earn Credit
To receive credit for completing this course participants should read all material, take notes, and complete all the required assignments. There is a final assessment at the end of this course. Participants will have two attempts to take the final assessment and must pass with a 70% or higher to earn credit. Please note there will be no extra attempts to re-take the final assessment, once you have started the final assessment be sure to complete it without interruption. If you are not able to pass the final assessment with a 70% or higher we encourage you to consider taking another course that meet your requirements or wait 30 days before you re-take this course.
- Writing Paper
- A pen or pencil
- Access to a Laptop or Desktop
- Internet connection. High speed broadband access (LAN, Cable or DSL) is highly recommended for the optimal learning experience.
- A graphical browser is required, such as, Chrome, Firefox, etc.
- An E-mail account that is accessible.
0.05 | What is the underlying cause of infant’s deaths?
0.03 | Motor Skill Development
0.08 | SUID VS SIDS
0.03 | Summary
0.04 | Common Causes of SIDS in daycare settings
0.04 | What are risk factors of SIDS?
0.04 | Reducing Risk factors
0.03 | Assignment
0.07 | Responding to a medical emergency
0.04 | Helping parents cope with grief
0.15 | Final Assessment
Name: Octavia Dixon
Phone: (770) 347 – 7030