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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.

For technical support email campushelp@extension.org

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





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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.  

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

The audience for this course is: Students in vocational programs across Mississippi

By taking this course, students will learn: This course will cover our decision-making around and relationship with money; spending and saving plans; credit building and debt management; investing and preparing for retirement; identity theft; and major purchases and insurance. The focus will be on taking action steps to improve one’s financial wellness.

For more information or to enroll please contact: Dr. Becky Smith, Mississippi State University Extension, becky.smith@msstate.edu

The Military Families Learning Network Early Intervention team offers the course Childhood Trauma: Understanding, Supporting, and Preventing. The course allows students to proceed at your own pace. It includes audio and audio, so the student must have a computer with those capabilities along with the capability to play flash files and open PDF files.

This material is based on work supported by the National Institute of Food and Agriculture, U.S. Department of Agriculture, and the Office of Military Family Readiness Policy, U.S. Department of Defense Award Number 2015-48770-24368. 

For information contact Robyn DiPietro-Wells: rrwells@illinois.edu

Instructional designer: Jen Chilek 

The audience for this course is child care professionals who want to learn more about keeping the child care environment safe and healthy. The Healthy Environments for Child Care modules were developed by the University of Georgia Extension with funding from the Healthy Homes Partnership (which is a collaboration between USDA-NIFA and U. S. Housing and Urban Development).

By taking this course, child care professionals will learn about specific ways to keep the child care environment healthy and safe by reducing exposure to contaminants and ensuring that the physical environment is safe.

For more information or to enroll contact Diane Bales, University of Georgia, dbales@uga.edu or Pamela Turner, University of Georgia, prturner@uga.edu.

All 4 Kids is a self-directed course designed for PK-1 teachers. The course is a train-the-trainer course that will provide class activities and resource to the PK-1 teachers. The participant will learn how to deliver the All 4 Kids physical activity, nutrition and health program lessons to their students. The All 4 Kids program has been developed to teach children about being active, eating healthy and living healthy at any shape or size in an effort to stem early childhood obesity and other health related diseases. For more information contact Anne Lindsay, at All_4_Kids@unce.unr.edu

Welcome to the Children's Book Database for early learning and care providers. The EABCC team has reviewed booklists, databases, and children's literature reviews to identify books that you can use to address the social/emotional needs of children in your care and that reflect the unique experiences of military connected children. Each book entry includes a summary, suggested uses and a discussion forum where you can share your ideas, activities, and passion for children's literature. If you have questions contact Jane Lanigan, Washington State University Vancouver at jlanigan@vancouver.wsu.edu.

The purpose of Documenting Children’s Learning is to learn how to document children’s learning through observation and to prepare for in-person training offered by Nebraska Extension. This course is developed using Flash content so your device must be able to play flash in order to access the course.

For more information contact Katie Krause, UNL Extension, katie.krause@unl.edu

Welcome to the eXtension Alliance for Better Child Care database of hands-on activities. Here you will find hundreds of hands-on, ready-to-do activities especially designed to help young children of different ages learn, develop, and flourish. The activities are designed for child care providers, parents, grandparents, and anyone else who works with children. For more information visit http://www.extension.org/child_care

The audience for this course is: The Learning Child Team, Early Childhood Educators who will develop a better understanding of how to use Moodle by taking this course.

For more information or to enroll contact: Katie Fink at  katie.fink@unl.edu 

The audience for this course is early care and education teachers who want to learn more about promoting children's healthy eating and physical activity in early childhood education. The Healthy Caregivers Healthy Children curriculum was developed and pilot tested in Miami, FL through a USDA-funded AFRI project.

By taking this course, students will learn about healthy policies for early care and education (ECE) programs related to physical activity, beverages, snacks, and screen time.

For more information about this online course, please contact Diane Bales, University of Georgia, dbales@uga.edu or Jane Lanigan, Washington State University, jlanigan@wsu.edu. For more information about the Healthy Caregivers Healthy Children project, please contact PI Ruby Natale, University of Miami, rnatale@med.miami.edu

Co-Parenting for Successful Kids is an unbiased, research-based education class designed to help separating and divorcing parents cope with divorce and custody. Parents learn to answer children’s questions and keep their children safe and out of their conflict. Co-Parenting for Successful Kids strengthens communication skills to improve interactions with children and the other parent. The goal of Co-Parenting for Successful Kids is to develop respectful, responsive, and responsible Co-Parents.

For information or to enroll please email purdueparenting@unl.edu or call toll free (855) 308-8037.  If no one answers leave a message for a call back.


La Crianza Compartida para el Éxito de los Hijos, es una clase educativa imparcial, basada en la investigación, diseñada para ayudar a los padres que se están separando o divorciando, a lidiar con el divorcio y la custodia. Los padres aprenden a responder a las preguntas de los niños y a mantener a sus hijos protegidos y separados del conflicto de sus padres. La Crianza Compartida para el Éxito de los Hijos fortalece las habilidades de comunicación para mejorar las interacciones con los niños y el otro padre. El objetivo de la clase es que los padres aprendan a desarrollar una crianza compartida respetuosa, receptiva y responsable.

Para más información, haga contacto a través del correo: parenting@unl.edu o haga una llamada gratuita al (855) 308-8037 (Si nadie responde deje un mensaje y le devolveremos la llamada).

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The Military Families Learning Network (MFLN) connects Military family service providers and Cooperative Extension professionals to professional development in a number of topic areas. 

MFLN offers certificates of completion and/or continuing education credits for many of our archived webinars. The MFLN archived webinar listing indicates which event offers certificates of completion, and/or professional association accreditations, such as NASW CEUs, Fincert, AFCPE, etc.

Questions about topics? Visit our concentration areas to learn more information about specific topics and related continuing education opportunities.

Mecklenburg Extension Master Food Volunteer Training is for Extension Master Food Volunteers who are registered in Mecklenburg County North Carolina?  Participants in the course will learn the history of Extension, History of FCS, Food Systems, Nutrition, Food Safety and Teaching Strategies.  For more information contact:  Kristin Davis, MA, LMFTA, Extension Agent, NC State University, Kristin_Davis@ncsu.edu

The ongoing mobilization of National Guard and Reserve forces makes it likely that even child care providers who do not work near a military installation either are currently caring for a military connected child or will care for one in the future. This Military Cultural Competence for Child Care Providers series is designed to help center and family home child care professionals provide culturally competent, responsive care for military families and their children. MFLN 

For more information or to enroll contact Diane W. Bales at dbales@uga.edu

Co-Parenting for Successful Kids is an unbiased, research-based education class designed to help separating and divorcing parents cope with divorce and custody. Parents learn to answer children’s questions and keep their children safe and out of their conflict. Co-Parenting for Successful Kids strengthens communication skills to improve interactions with children and the other parent. The goal of Co-Parenting for Successful Kids is to develop respectful, responsive, and responsible Co-Parents.

For information contact: parenting@unl.edu or Toll free (855) 308-8037 (If no one answers leave a message and we will call you back).


La Crianza Compartida para el Éxito de los Hijos, es una clase educativa imparcial, basada en la investigación, diseñada para ayudar a los padres que se están separando o divorciando, a lidiar con el divorcio y la custodia. Los padres aprenden a responder a las preguntas de los niños y a mantener a sus hijos protegidos y separados del conflicto de sus padres. La Crianza Compartida para el Éxito de los Hijos fortalece las habilidades de comunicación para mejorar las interacciones con los niños y el otro padre. El objetivo de la clase es que los padres aprendan a desarrollar una crianza compartida respetuosa, receptiva y responsable.

Para más información, haga contacto a través del correo: parenting@unl.edu o haga una llamada gratuita al (855) 308-8037 (Si nadie responde deje un mensaje y le devolveremos la llamada).

Crianza compartida: Guía del usuario
Lista de recursos para la crianza compartida

Co-Parenting for Successful Kids is an unbiased, research-based education class designed to help separating and divorcing parents cope with divorce and custody. Parents learn to answer children’s questions and keep their children safe and out of their conflict. Co-Parenting for Successful Kids strengthens communication skills to improve interactions with children and the other parent. The goal of Co-Parenting for Successful Kids is to develop respectful, responsive, and responsible Co-Parents.

For information contact: OSUparenting@unl.edu or Toll free (855) 308-8037 (If no one answers leave a message and we will call you back).

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La Crianza Compartida para el Éxito de los Hijos, es una clase educativa imparcial, basada en la investigación, diseñada para ayudar a los padres que se están separando o divorciando, a lidiar con el divorcio y la custodia. Los padres aprenden a responder a las preguntas de los niños y a mantener a sus hijos protegidos y separados del conflicto de sus padres. La Crianza Compartida para el Éxito de los Hijos fortalece las habilidades de comunicación para mejorar las interacciones con los niños y el otro padre. El objetivo de la clase es que los padres aprendan a desarrollar una crianza compartida respetuosa, receptiva y responsable.

Para más información, haga contacto a través del correo: parenting@unl.edu o haga una llamada gratuita al (855) 308-8037 (Si nadie responde deje un mensaje y le devolveremos la llamada).

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Project TRIP:  Transforming Relationships Through Intergenerational Programs is an online course for staff members of both adult and child care service providers interested in implementing intergenerational programs. The purpose of this course is to present emerging best practices associated with intergenerational programs. Intergenerational programs are those that connect younger and older generations to foster positive experiences. Research continues to grow, noting that when successfully delivered, intergenerational programs result in positive health effects, child learning, and appropriate socialization for both young and old. This is a self-paced course.  You may start at any time, and there is no time limit for completion.

For more information or to enroll please contact: 

Shannon Jarrott, Professor of Social Work, The Ohio State University (jarrott.1@osu.edu)  
OR Karen DeBord, Extension Specialist, Family and Human Development, Virginia Tech (kdebord@exchange.vt.edu)

Rockin' Around the Infant Classroom is a self-study component of a larger course for infant teachers in Georgia. Participants will learn new ideas for providing developmentally appropriate care and learning experiences for infants in group child care settings. For more information about this course, contact Dr. Diane Bales at The University of Georgia (dbales@uga.edu).

Safe Home Food Preservation is an online course for rural, remote communities in Southeast Alaska to learn and share current home food preservation methods within their communities. To receive certification, participants complete this online course and attend one, 2-day hands-on Safe Home Food Preservation workshop offered by the UAF Cooperative Extension Service.

Learning Objectives for the course: 

  • To learn to safely preserve foods at home using USDA and Extension tested methods and safe food handling practices.
  • To learn to plan a home food preservation class curriculum for adults and use best teaching practices.
  • To learn to promote the development of Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation approved Cottage Food businesses.
  • To learn about credible home food preservation information resources, and when it is necessary to consult these resources.

For more information or to enroll contact: Sarah R-P. Lewis AIA MSW, the University of Alaska Fairbanks Cooperative Extension Service, at sarah.lewis@alaska.edu