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Preventing Foodborne Illnesses in Child Care Settings - Learning Course (EH02 - LC)


Description
This class offers information on how to safely prepare and serve food in child care settings. Whether you are a home provider, school age program, or child care center, the information contained in this class will help you keep the children in your care safe from foodborne illnesses. Incorporated into this updated class are requirements following the May 2013 Washington State Food Code revision. This is a level 1 to 2 basic class.
Content
  • STARS Credit Notice
  • Important Course Information
  • Helpful Hints
  • Course Overview
  • Pre-test
  • Part 1 - Introduction
  • Part 2 - How Food Becomes Contaminated
  • Bacteria multiplying - 20 second video
  • Part 3 - Foods the Bacteria Like
  • Part 4 - Highly susceptible populations
  • Part 5 - Preventing Foodborne Illness - Handwashing and Sanitation
  • Part 6 - Preventing Foodborne Illness - Time and Temperature
  • Part 7 - Preventing Foodborne Illness - More Tips
  • Part 8 - Food Safety Regulations
  • Kitchen Inspection
  • Part 9 - Some Specific Causes of Foodborne Illness
  • Part 10 - Conclusion
  • Final Test - Preventing Foodborne Illnesses
  • Surprises or Questions
  • Consultation Opportunity - Preventing Foodborne Illness
  • MERIT EVALUATION
  • Optional Discussion Board
  • Optional STARS Credit
Completion rules
  • All units must be completed