ICCP Requirements

Thank you for your continued participation in the Idaho Child Care Program (ICCP). As of October 1, 2016 there are ICCP participation requirements that support a healthier and safer environment for children in Idaho!
Note: when submitting items to the training office please make sure to include a completed IdahoSTARS Training Office Cover Sheet. Failure to do so may cause a delay in processing.

Directors and All Staff: ICCP Training Requirements

ICCP Initial Health and Safety Trainings

Training Instructions and Materials (Click to expand list)

ET 1: SIDS: Reducing the Risk in Child Care; 1 hour

 

 

Description: (click to expand)

This online training examines how to create safe sleep environments to reduce the risk of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) and other sleep related deaths in child care.

 

To Start:

  1. Download the Checklist of Practice
  2. Watch the video, access through your provider account.
    • Once logged into the provider account, go to the training menu and click on Video Trainings.
    • o Watch the video "ET 1: SIDS: Reducing the Risk in Child Care Video". When the video is done playing, click on the ‘x’ of the pop-up video window. The training hour will be added to your training log.

ET 1: Prevention and Control of Infectious Diseases in Child Care

 

 

Description: (click to expand)

This training supports child care providers with increasing awareness of how infectious diseases are spread, the role of child care providers in preventing and controlling the spread of infectious diseases, and identifying policies and procedures to follow recommended practices. This training also highlights health and safety resources available to child care providers.

To Start:

  1. Download and review the: Instructions and Course Materials
  2. Watch the video, accessed through your Provider Account.
    Once logged into your provider account, go to the training menu within the black left-side menu and click on 'Video Trainings'.
  3. Watch the following video:
    "ET 1: Prevention and Control of Infectious Diseases in Child Care"
  4. When the video is done playing, click on the 'X' on the pop-up video window. The training hours will add to your training log; make sure to check your log once the video is complete.

Number of training hours: 3 hours in Component 8

Managing Food Allergies in the Early Care Setting (FARE); 1 hour

 

 

Description: (click to expand)

This presentation will address the important roles of both the parents and the providers in creating a successful learning environment for children with food allergies. We will discuss current research, best practices, recommendations from the CDC guidelines and practical management tips. We will also discuss the rights of children with food allergies and applicable laws.

 

To Start:

  1. Download the Checklist of Practice
  2. Download the ET 1: Managing Food Allergies in the Early Care Setting (FARE)s Handouts
  3. Watch the video, access through your provider account.
    • Once logged into the provider account, go to the training menu and click on Video Trainings.
    • Watch the video "ET 1: Managing Food Allergies in the Early Care Setting (FARE)". Notice: There is a ~1 minute pause during this webinar. Please continue playing webinar video during the brief interruption. When the video is done playing, click on the "X" on the pop-up video window. The training hour will be added to your training log.

Early Childhood Brain Development, the First 1,000 Days; 1 hour

 

 

Description: (click to expand)

This online training examines the long term impact of children’s earliest experiences on an individual and societal level. It is available in English with Spanish subtitles.

 

To Start:

  1. Download the Checklist of Practice
  2. Watch the video, access through your provider account.
    • Once logged into the provider account, go to the training menu and click on Video Trainings.
    • Watch the video "ET 1: Early Childhood Brain Development, the First 1,000 Days". When the video is done playing, click on the ‘x’ of the pop-up video window. The training hour will be added to your training log.

ET 1: Administration of Medication in Child Care

 

 

Description: (click to expand)

This training supports child care providers to identify and implement appropriate practices for administering medication in child care, including the ability to recognize: different types of medication, situations in which giving medication is appropriate, preparation steps for giving medication, different methods for giving medication, and the importance of documentation when medication is administered in child care.

To Start:

  1. Download and review the: Instructions and Course Materials
  2. Watch the video, accessed through your Provider Account.
    Once logged into your provider account, go to the training menu within the black left-side menu and click on 'Video Trainings'.
  3. Watch the following video:
    "ET 1: Administration of Medication in Child Care"
  4. When the video is done playing, click on the 'X' on the pop-up video window. The training hours will add to your training log; make sure to check your log once the video is complete.

Number of training hours: 2 hours in Component 8

Prevention of Injuries; 2 hours

 

 

Description: (click to expand)

This training supports child care providers with increasing their awareness about the injuries that are common in the child care setting, how to prevent those injuries, and how to respond when an injury does occur. This training also highlights injury prevention health and safety resources that are available for child care providers.

 

To Start:

  1. Download the Checklist of Practice
  2. Download the ET 1: Prevention of Injuries Handouts
  3. Watch the video, access through your provider account.
    • Once logged into the provider account, go to the training menu and click on Video Trainings.
    • Watch the video "ET 1: Prevention of Injuries". When the video is done playing, click on the 'X' on the pop-up video window. The training hours will be added to your training log.

ET 1: Multihazard Planning for Child Care; 2 hours

 

 

Description: (click to expand)

This course covers the steps to help child care providers prepare for incidents to ensure the safety of the children at their site. Child care providers must have plans and procedures to keep children safe from everyday hazards and to respond and recover when an emergency happens. The goal of this course is to provide child care providers, with businesses of all sizes, and with responsibility for children of all ages, with the knowledge and tools to analyze the hazards and threats at their site, to develop a plan to address these hazards and threats, and to implement processes to update and practice the emergency plan. The topics addressed in this course include: knowing your hazards, developing a plan, and testing and updating your plan.

To Start:

  1. Download and review the: Instructions and Course Materials
    Additional Course Materials (selection depends on size of business)
    FEMA Sample Childcare Emergency Action Plan
    FEMA Sample Childcare Emergency Operations Plan
  2. Watch the videos, accessed through your Provider Account.
    Once logged into your provider account, go to the training menu within the black left-side menu and click on 'Video Trainings'.
  3. Watch the following videos:
    "ET 1: Multihazard Planning for Child Care Part 1: Knowing Your Hazards"
    "ET 1: Multihazard Planning for Child Care Part 2: Developing a Plan", and
    "ET 1: Multihazard Planning for Child Care Part 3: Testing and Updating Your Plan"
  4. When the videos are done playing, click on the 'X' on the pop-up video window. The training hours will add to your training log; make sure to check your log once the videos are completed.

Number of training hours: 2 hours in Component 8

ICCP Annual Training

Training Instructions and Materials: (Click to expand list)

ICCP Health and Safety Training: Sleep; 2 hours

 

 

Description: (click to expand)

Participants will recognize characteristics of quality sleep or rest environments in child care. Participants will examine the biological factors of sleep. Participants will identify the different sleep needs across developmental stages. Participants will examine the difference between typical sleep issues and concerns.

To Start:

  1. Download and Review the Instructions and Course Materials.
  2. Watch the video, accessed through your Provider Account.

Once logged into the provider account, go to the training menu within the black side bar and click on 'Video Trainings'. Watch the video "Sleep ICCP Health and Safety Video Training". When the video is done playing, click on the 'X' on the pop-up video window. The training hours will add to your training log; make sure to check your log once the video is completed.