CCP 113: Health, Safety and Nutrition for Child Care
Best practices in health, safety and nutrition are presented. Students develop specific competencies in these areas including establishing and maintaining a healthy, safe child care program, planning nutritious meals and snacks, and teaching children and their parents about health, safety and nutrition. Communicable diseases, government funded child/family food and nutrition programs, playground and toy safety and resources for the child care provider are included.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6; CCP 101 minimum grade "C" and HSC 131 with grade "P"; both courses may enroll concurrently
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