Lexie's Law: Trainings

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

With Lexie's Law, one requirement is to get 15 hours of training. I've come up with a list of free/cheap trainings for you:

Childally.org offers free online classes that you can take to get your training hours. These online classes include:

(3 Hour Class) Medical Administration: This course is designed to meet the KDHE licensing requirements. It provides a basic knowledge of these topics: • Types, forms, and purposes of medication • Safe administration of medication, categories, usage and potential side effects of various medications • Look-a-like and sound-a-like medications This is an online, self-directed course. The training material is broken down into 5 training modules. After you read each module you will be asked a series of questions in relation to the material read. After answering all questions correctly in all modules, you will be sent a certificate to the e-mail you provide.

Sign up for Medical Administration Here
(1 Hour Class) Universal Precautions: This class was developed as a self paced online course to assist you in understanding exposure to bloodborne pathogens in your work. The class is divided into 11 sections. You will be asked to take a pre and post test, watch a video and answer discussion questions. You must score 80% on the post-test and answer the discussion questions to successfully complete the course.

Sign up for Universal Precautions Here

Your food program training counts as 2 hours.
You can get your food handler's card for 2 hours of training. The cost is free. Here is a list of dates in Wichita. Check your local health department to see if they offer this training as well.
If you live around the Wichita area, here are some trainings for 2 hours that only cost $10 each:
19th- First Aid Introduction and Refresher

21st- Signs of Child Abuse and Neglect and Symptoms of Childhood Illness

27th- Toddlers: What to Expect and What Not to Expect

All trainings will be held at 3700 E Douglas #85 at 6:30pm and will be $10.

Please call to reserve your spot, You can also call about any questions you have about the trainings.



First Aid/CPR classes

Read books (every 50 pages counts for 1 hour)

Watch videos (get from local libraries or places like Childstart)

***If you have any ideas of trainings, please leave a comment.

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