Body Image: Children, Teens & Mental Healthself paced, on demand online (5 hours-.5 CEU)
How do you feel about your body? Did you immediately answer “Great!” with a smile? If not, don’t worry, you’re not alone. Body image is a very common issue for children, youth, and even adults. Media sources portray a specific body type wherever we are and it’s easy to see how children, teens and adults can feel bad about their bodies and physical characteristics. Building a positive body image can counteract the negative images that may be felt or the images that we compare ourselves to. Attend this learning event to discover the definition of body image, factors that influence body image, gender differences that affect body image, and strategies to improve self esteem.
From NoseBleeds to Needle Sticks-Encounters with Bloodborne Pathogens Self Paced On demand Online (5 hours)
This training meets the Health and Safety requirements for the following categories: Handling and storage of hazardous materials and the appropriate disposal of biocontaminants and Prevention and control of infectious diseases, including immunization;
Every day, bloodborne pathogens are the result of infections by disease-causing microorganisms. There are specific actions and procedures that must be taken to comply with Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA) Standards. These procedures make every workplace safer, but they are also necessary to keep every employee safe from risks of bloodborne pathogens. You might be wondering if you are at risk and what are the diseases that are most commonly transmitted through bloodborne pathogens? What do you do in an actual incident involving blood or body fluids? Does your facility have an exposure control plan? Participants attending this event will be able to answer these questions as well as identify the bloodborne pathogens of primary concern, list ways that bloodborne pathogens can enter a person’s body, sequence the steps in proper removal of disposable gloves, and select the most appropriate responses in an exposure incident simulation.
Course requirements to earn the CEU certificate include attending online session, handouts, video vignettes, interactive online activities, and a passing a post knowledge assessment with a score of 90% or higher (multiple attempts allowed).
How to Handle Hard to Handle ParentsSelf Paced online (.5 CEU/5 hours)
Have you ever been confronted by a parent? Have you ever wondered, “Why is this parent yelling at me?” Have you ever thought, “no wonder the child acts the way they do!” From time to time all staff will be faced by a difficult, demanding, or overbearing parent. From behaviors such as challenging teaching styles to accusations of bullying; some parents can be very intimidating or even aggressive. This learning event is suitable for newly hired and seasoned staff as well as support and administrative staff. Join today to examine effective ways of handling real-life examples of difficult situations. Real situations will be studied and appropriate solutions reviewed. Participants will discuss face to face communication strategies as well as telephone contact techniques.
After attending this event, participants will be able to describe types and characteristics of hard to handle parents or families, provide appropriate responses to a variety of scenarios, differentiate between labeling behavior and describing behavior, define the active listening process and qualities of an active listener, list strategies that may diffuse a tense situation, practice reflect listening,
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