CCEI540B: Nutrition IV: Preventing Food Borne Illnesses: Reducing Risks through Food Selection and Storage

Training Information
Laura Anderson
Trainer Phone Number: 
(800) 499-9907
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This course examines what elements must be present for food bacteria to grow and describes common food borne illnesses. Upon successful completion of this course, students should be able to list the three necessary components of food safety, list the five factors necessary for bacterial growth, identify the causes of food-borne illnesses, recognize common food-borne illnesses, define "Cross-Contamination" and define methods for proper food storage.
Training Format & Language
Training Format: 
Online 24/7
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Training Audience Level
Training Focus
Age Group(s): 
  • Ages 0 - 2
  • Ages 3 - 4
Topic Area(s): 
  • Home-Based Care
  • Center-Based Care
Competency Goals
Competency Goals: 
ECE 1.4
Creates emotionally and physically safe environments for children
Schedule Training
Additional Info: 
This is an ongoing online course with access to coursework 24/7. Contact a CCEI Recruiting Coordinator at 800-499-9907 for more information and enrollment or visit CCEI online at CCEI, a nationally accredited distance training institution, is dedicating to providing online training to the child care industry.
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