The information contained in the new training video helps schools and childcare centers keep children and staff members safe.
Hemet, CA (PRWEB) June 21, 2011
A new training video launched by V.I.P Tots Training offers childcare programs and schools an effective vehicle to teach staff members about Blood Borne Pathogens and Universal Precautions. The training DVD brings the focus to the childcare setting. “Blood Borne Pathogens and Universal Precautions for Childcare Programs” shares keys to successfully administer training through a facilitator manual and includes a DVD training video, a follow-up quiz, and OSHA-required information for today’s childcare providers. The 18 minute training video informs staff regarding safe procedures when working with children and meets required training standards for childcare providers. The information contained in the new training video helps schools and childcare centers keep children and staff members safe. Blood borne pathogen training is a mandated annual training for childcare centers, preschools and schools.
V.I.P. Tots staff members searched and were unable to find a training video that referenced schools or childcare centers. Everything available related to industrial accidents in the workplace. The only solution was to create our own video! V.I.P. Tots was established in 1979 to serve young children with disabilities. A childcare program for children with and without disabilities was added in 1986. Staff members have considerable expertise and experience with training staff and parents. V.I.P. Tots team members took the next step and produced a new DVD after conducting research and gathering important information. V.I.P. Tots consulted OSHA regulations to create “Blood Borne Pathogens and Universal Precautions for Childcare Programs” . ([Occupational Safety & Health Administration, OSHA– With the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970, Congress created the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) to ensure safe and healthful working conditions for working men and women by setting and enforcing standards and by providing training, outreach, education and assistance.)
The “Blood Borne Pathogens and Universal Precautions for Childcare Programs” video is available for purchase online at http://www.VIPTotsTraining.org. The video and training materials were produced by V.I.P. Tots, a provider of early intervention and childcare services to toddlers and preschool children with and without special needs. Early care and education professionals may sign up on this site for our monthly newsletter that will share effective strategies, tips and resources.
About V.I.P. Tots
Our Mission Statement:
V.I.P. Tots creates engaging inclusive environments where young children learn and adults have access to positive solutions for supporting children.
Located at 41915 Acacia Avenue in Hemet, California, V.I.P. Tots was established in 1979 to serve young children with special needs. In 1986 V.I.P. Tots began offering childcare as well. V.I.P. Tots offers programs to children with and without disabilities. Helping children develop relationships and fully engage in a variety of activities are important aspects of all V.I.P. Tots programs. Childcare classes serve toddlers and preschool children. V.I.P. Tots offers center-based or home program early intervention services to children with special needs ages birth to six years old. Childcare and early care education programs are integrated with children enrolled for early intervention services. Comprehensive therapy and early intervention services are available for children with autism. Staff members are experienced and well trained. They provide guidance and encouragement to parents in all areas of child development. Parent or community training classes are available as well.
About V.I.P. Tots Training
Created in 2011, VIP Tots Training was developed so that V.I.P. Tots staff members could share years of expertise and experience. “Blood Borne Pathogens and Universal Precautions for Childcare Programs” is the first DVD developed by V.I.P. Tots Training. There are new training videos planned on topics relating to positive behavior management, determining the meaning of challenging behavior, social/emotional teaching strategies, writing individual behavior plans, inclusion of children with special needs, early math and literacy, building relationships, and providing creative environments. V.I.P. Tots training staff members have over 50 years of combined experience teaching children with and without disabilities. Collectively the team leaders have completed special education credentials, bachelor’s and master’s degrees, positive behavior training, and specialized early childhood and early intervention workshops and training programs. For over five years staff training has been provided to the local childcare community. Training rosters have 45 to 60 names for each session. Feedback and comments on V.I.P. Tots Training events praise the content and the relevance of the topics to today’s classrooms. Check back at the end of the summer to find out about new trainings at http://www.VIPTotsTraining.org
Training Materials and DVD: Development Officer, Kendra Votava 951 925 1005
General Information: Joann Hameister, Executive Director, 951 929 8585
Early Intervention: Fran Henderson, Program Specialist, 951 652 6742