A través de esta capacitación usted cumplira con los requisitos de la Ley FSMA (Acto de Modernización de la Inocuidad Alimentaria), lo cual es importante para aquellas empresas que exporten alimentos a los EE.UU. Esta Norma requiere que aquellas empresas registradas con la FDA cuenten entre sus colaboradores con una persona calificada en controles preventivos (PCQI, por sus siglas en inglés). Este es el único curso reconocido por la FDA para capacitar a una persona como PCQI. Al completar este curso, Ud. recibirá un certificado oficial de la IFPTI (International Food Protection Training Institute).

Para obtener más información, comuníquese con Omar A. Oyarzabal al omar.oyarzabal@uvm.edu o 802-651-0054 Ext 503

El costo de este curso es de $500 dólares o $450 dólares para 2 o más participantes que se inscriban en conjunto o que sean de la misma compañia.



This training fulfills the need for the accredited food safety training required in LB 304, part of the Nebraska Pure Food Act.  This course is specific to Nebraska’s laws and may not reflect those in other states or countries.

This training has been endorsed by: The Nebraska Department of Agriculture and The Douglas County (Nebraska, United States) Health Department.

Cost for this training is $25.  Participants must register and pay for the course at this link, then utilize the confirmation code to access course materials.  


This class, developed by Ohio State University Extension Family and Consumer Sciences Educators/Program and Field Specialists, reviews many topics covered in the face-to-face Dining with Diabetes class. However, this class goes "beyond the kitchen" to help you make healthy choices when eating out and grocery shopping. 

You can share ideas and experiences with your classmates, chat with a health professional, and learn about new technology including websites and mobile apps.

You have access to three modules that you can work through at your own pace. The first module addresses carbohydrates and diabetes. The second covers fats and sodium, and the third explains the role of vitamins, minerals and fiber. 

For more information contact Dr. Dan Remley at remley.4@osu.edu

The audience for this course is: Food manufacturers that need to complete Part 2 of the Blended Class on Preventive Control for Human Food. This online class will be delivered in four live video conferences of two hours each.

By taking this course, students will learn: The topics covered in this class include steps for conducting a hazard analysis; implementing and monitoring preventive controls for identified hazards; recordkeeping procedures; and identifying regulatory requirements. Participants will also review food safety activities and documentation that support the creation and implementation of a food safety plan that complies with the Hazard Analysis and Risk-Based Preventive Controls for Human Foods rule, which is part of the Food and Drug Administration's Food Safety Modernization Act. By completing this class, participants will meet the requirements as Preventive Control Qualified Individuals and will receive a certificate of completion by the Association of Food and Drug Officials. 

For more information on the class dates and times, or if requiring a disability-related accommodation to participate, please contact: Omar A. Oyarzabal, omar.oyarzabal@uvm.edu 802-651-0054 ext 503.



SNAP eligible adult residents of Idaho who take this course will learn about food resource management, healthy eating practices, food safety, financial and nutrition related resources, and physical activity. 


For more information or to enroll please contact: Dr. Annie Roe, University of Idaho, Eat Smart Idaho Director, at aroe@uidaho.edu

This course is for child care providers. This 30-minute online class is a fun and interactive way to learn about the latest recommendations for healthy beverages for children and help child care providers meet the requirements of the California Healthy Beverages in Child Care Act (AB 2084). It includes videos, short quizzes, activities, and covers topics such as milk, types of fruit juice, drinking water, and reading a nutrition label. A professional development certificate will be provided upon completion. The course is free for child care providers located in California and available for child care providers outside of California for a $15 fee.



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Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect is for Child Care Providers, Early Childhood Educators. This training will teach child care providers the definitions and indicators of child abuse and neglect. Topics include: how to recognize and report abuse, how to respond to a disclosure, what happens when you report, child care program policies that help keep children safe and dealing with stress. (This training meets the Nevada Registry initial 2-hour training requirement)


There are 4 sections in this module which must be completed successfully to receive a certificate. 

NOTICE **It is the responsibility of the user to print or download and save the certificate of completion. The instructor is not able to access individual certificates to duplicate.

By taking this course, students will learn: 

  • Definitions of Abuse 
  • Indicators 
  • Mandated reporting 
  • How to respond to disclosure 
  • Process of Reporting 
  • Child Care program policies 

For technical support email campushelp@extension.org

For information please contact: Cathryn Peshlakai, Program Officer Early Childhood Education Office: 702-257-5561 University of Nevada Cooperative Extension, cpeshlakai@unr.edu


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Click on the title of the course above, then scroll down to "enroll me". Click on "enroll me' to enter the course. 

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Wellness-Obesity, Nutrition & Physical Activity is for Child Care Providers and Early Childhood Educators.

This training focuses on lifelong wellness related to childhood obesity in the early childhood environment.

By taking this course, students will learn:

  • The prevalence of obesity among children
  • Detecting unhealthy weight
  • What is too much added sugar, TV and fast food?
  • The role of genetics
  • Addressing childhood obesity

There are 7 sections in this module which must be successfully completed to receive the certificate. 

NOTICE **It is the responsibility of the user to print or download and save the certificate of completion. The instructor is not able to access individual certificates to duplicate.

For Technical support email: campushelp@extension.org

For more information:

Cathryn Peshlakai, Program Officer Early Childhood Education Office: 702-257-5561 University of Nevada Cooperative Extension, peshlakaic@unce.unr.edu

Credits: 

Anne Lindsay, PhD, Associate Professor, Extension Specialist

Madeleine Sigman-Grant, Ph.D., R.D., Professor, Maternal and Child Health & Nutrition

Teresa Byingon, Ph.D.,  Professor, Early Childhood Education

Cathryn Peshlakai, M.A.Ed., Early Childhood Education



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Signs and Symptoms of Illness (SOI) including Blood Borne Pathogens: The Prevention and Control of Communicable Diseases in the Child Care Setting is for child care providers and early childhood educator.  

There are 8 sections in this module which must be completed successfully to receive a certificate.

NOTICE **It is the responsibility of the user to print or download and save the certificate of completion. The instructor is not able to access individual certificates to duplicate.


This training discusses ways to recognize, prevent, and manage infectious diseases in early education and child care settings. Special precautions are discussed when handling bloodborne pathogens. Participants will learn:

  • Who are the most vulnerable for illness
  • How the disease is spread
  • Prevention
  • Blood Borne transmission
  • Common Illness in child care
  • When is a child too sick to be at school


For technical support email campushelp@extension.org

For information contact: Cathryn Peshlakai, Program Officer Early Childhood Education, University of Nevada Cooperative Extension, 702-257-5561, peshlakaic@unce.unr.edu


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This module will present the goals of positive guidance, misunderstandings about guidance, key practices, effective environments, common behavior challenges and offer positive guidance strategies for the classroom

There are 7 sections in this module which must be successfully completed to receive a certificate. 

NOTICE **It is the responsibility of the user to print or download and save the certificate of completion. 

The instructor is not able to access individual certificates to duplicate.


Click on the title of the course above, then scroll down to "enroll me". 

Click on "enroll me' to enter the course. 

If using an IPhone or IPad, download Moodle Mobile app. from the Apple Store for best results. 

If using a PC or Laptop, Firefox or Google Chrome browsers are recommended.


This training can be applied towards the Child Development/Guidance & Discipline training NV Registry requirement; however, because it is less than three hours in length, additional training in Child Development/Guidance & Discipline will need to be completed to fully satisfy the three-hour requirement.


For Technical support email: campushelp@extension.org

For more information:

Cathryn Peshlakai,  M.A.Ed, Program Officer Early Childhood Education 

University of Nevada Cooperative Extension

Office: 702-257-5561 

Email: peshlakaic@unce.unr.edu



 


This course is for child care providers. This 30-minute online class is a fun and interactive way to learn about the latest recommendations for healthy beverages for children and help child care providers meet the requirements of the California Healthy Beverages in Child Care Act (AB 2084). It includes videos, short quizzes, activities, and covers topics such as milk, types of fruit juice, drinking water, and reading a nutrition label. A professional development certificate will be provided upon completion. The course is free for child care providers located in California and available for child care providers outside of California for a $15 fee.

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The audience for this course is Family Child Care Home Providers. This online training includes videos, short quizzes, activities, and has two parts: 

  • In Part 1: What to Feed Infants, you will learn the latest recommendations on WHAT to feed infants. These are the foods and beverages that are recommended. You will review beverages such as breast milk, formula, and water, grains and proteins, fruits and vegetables, and foods to avoid such as sugar and salt.

  • In Part 2: How to Feed Infants, you will learn the latest recommendations on HOW to feed infants. You will review breastfeeding, introducing solid foods, and overall healthy feeding practices. 

Completion of this course provides 1.0 contact hours. 

For more information or to enroll please contact dnilee@ucanr.edu. 

The audience for this course is Family Child Care Home Providers. This online training includes videos, short quizzes, activities, and has two parts.

  • IPart 1: What to Feed Toddlers, you will learn the latest recommendations on WHAT to feed toddlers. These are the foods and beverages that are recommended. We will review milk & other beverages, grains and proteins, vegetables & fruits, and sugar & sodium.
  • In Part 2: How to Feed Toddlers, we will focus on HOW to feed toddlers. We will review how to prevent choking, responsive feeding, meal & snack frequency, food choices, and the feeding environment.  

Completion of this course provides 1.0 contact hours. 

For more information or to enroll please contact dnilee@ucanr.edu. 

La audiencia de este curso son los proveedores en  hogares de cuidado infantil familiar. Esta capacitación en línea incluye videos, cuestionarios cortos, actividades y tiene dos partes:

En la primera parte, usted aprenderá sobre las recomendaciones más recientes sobre QUÉ alimentos ofrecer a los infantes. Estos son los alimentos y bebidas recomendados. Repasaremos las bebidas (como leche materna, fórmula láctea y agua), granos, proteínas, frutas y verduras, así como los alimentos que deben evitarse, como el azúcar y la sal.

En la segunda parte, nos enfocaremos en el CÓMO alimentar a los infantes. Repasaremos la lactancia, la introducción a los alimentos sólidos y las prácticas generales de alimentación saludable. Al terminar estas dos partes, recibirá un certificado por haberlas completado.

El completer este curso proporciona 1.0 hora de contacto.

Para obtener más información o para inscribirse, comuníquese con rstrochlic@ucanr.edu.

La audiencia de este curso son los Proveedores en Hogares de Cuidado Familiar. Esta capacitación en línea incluye videos, cuestionarios cortos, actividades y tiene dos partes.

  • En la Parte 1: Qué Alimentar a los Niños Pequeños, aprenderá las últimas recomendaciones sobre QUÉ alimentar a los niños pequeños. Estos son los alimentos y las bebidas que se recomiendan. Revisaremos la leche y otras bebidas, granos y proteínas, vegetales y frutas, y azúcar y sodio.
  • En la Parte 2: Cómo Alimentar a los Niños Pequeños, nos centraremos en CÓMO alimentar a los niños pequeños. Revisaremos cómo evitar la asfixia, la alimentación receptiva, la frecuencia de comidas y refrigerios, las elecciones de alimentos y el entorno de alimentación.  

El completer este curso proporciona 1.0 hora de contacto.

Para obtener más información o para inscribirse, comuníquese con rstrochlic@ucanr.edu.


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Reducing the Risks of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS)training is for Child Care Providers and Early Childhood Educators. This training discusses ways to lower the risk of SIDS in child care settings, addresses common beliefs, safe sleep practices, handling parent’s concerns and why some babies are at a higher risk for SIDS. This training promotes “Back to Sleep” and “Tummy to Play”. 

By taking this course, students will learn: 

  • History of SIDS 
  • Triple Risk Model 
  • Creating a safer environment 
  • Safe Sleep for Baby 
  • Who is at Greater risk 
  • Common Beliefs  
  • Licensing and regulations 

This training has been approved by Nevada Registry and the State of Maryland, Office of Child Care. There are 7 sections in the module which must be completed successfully to receive a certificate.

NOTICE **It is the responsibility of the user to print or download and save the certificate of completion. The instructor is not able to access individual certificates to duplicate.


For technical support email campushelp@extension.org


For information contact: Cathryn Peshlakai University of Nevada Cooperative Extension at peshlakaic@unce.unr.edu

Finding the right ingredients for staying fit and healthy can be challenging, which foods to eat more of, which to eat less of? How much physical activity is required and what kind? Helping people find that recipe for success is the goal of a 7 week, on-line program sponsored by UNL Extension called ‘Recipe for Healthier Living with Food & Fitness.’ The program features  presentations, videos, and handouts delivered by Extension Educators stationed across Nebraska. 

For more information or to enroll contact Lisa Franzen-Castle, University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension at lfranzen2@unl.edu