BSAC (Basic School Age Care) is a 5 hour introductory level training event for school age care professionals that are new to the field. The training includes the following modules: 1) Health, Safety & Nutrition, 2) Environmental Design, 3) Child/Youth Development, 4) Developmentally Appropriate Activities, 5) Guiding Child Behavior, and 6) Quality School Age Care. This training is required by the North Carolina Division of Child Development and Early Education for school age care professionals working in licensed programs but is a great training for new staff in any afterschool program setting.
Participants will engage in interactive online activities that reinforce health and safety practices, cerate and promote learning environments that meet all children’s developmental needs that foster positive behavior and identify quality elements of school age care.
Participants will engage in 5 hours of online coursework that includes powerpoint presentation with audio and discussion prompts, video clips, required reading materials, online polls, and interactive slides to encourage interaction and engagement as well as increase learner retention of knowledge.
Presenter: Karen Darby
Credits: 0.5 CEU
Registration Deadline: None
For more information contact Karen at firstname.lastname@example.org
In order to earn the certificate, participants are required read course handouts, watch video clips, answer online interactive questions, and score a 90% or higher on a post knowledge assessment.