2 Clock Hours / 0.2 CEUs
Toilet Learning Course Description:
This course applies to toddlers.
Manage this important step in young children's development in a positive way that will ensure their cooperation and success. See the course topics listed below for more information on what is covered.
Learning Outcomes: After completing Toilet Learning you will be able to distinguish between the signs that a child may be ready to start toilet learning and the signs that a child is ready to start toilet learning and you will be able to describe effective toilet learning techniques.
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Topics Covered in Toilet Learning:
The caregiver's role in young children's toilet learning
- When to start
- How to prepare children for toilet learning
toilet learning techniques
- Behaviors to avoid
- Tips for dealing with
- Helpful ways to handle accidents
Prerequisites: There are no prerequisites for this course.
Instructional methodology: Read written material; view videos; listen to audio segments.
Assessment methods: Final Course Multiple Choice Quiz and Short Essay Assignments.
Student Comments on Toilet Learning:
went well with my training course; Toilet Learning. It was very
informative and I love the concept of toilet learning as opposed to
"toilet training". I shared some of the information with a parent
concerning saving the cost of pull ups over regular disposable diapers.
Her son really does not have the desire to use the potty nor does he
have the ability to control his bladder or bowel movements. He is big
for his age and she still prefers his wearing pull ups. So I am ok with
her choice, but I have changed my focus on his toilet learning while in
my care. Thanks for a great course” - Owings Mill, Maryland
"I love all the Care Courses I have taken. I am in the process of taking three [Toilet Learning, Transitions and Other Troublesome Times, and Mixed-Age Groups] of your courses and find them extremely helpful. Also I have shared some of the suggestions regarding potty training with one of my families. Their little one although 3 years old has had no interest in potty training and they were a bit worried when they were seeing no results at all. I wanted to be a support to them but felt he was not ready for toilet training yet and did not want the little one to get frustrated. After reading some of the information I suggested, they realized that he is just not ready for toilet training at this time. They have decided to be patient and wait a couple of months before trying again. WHEW!! Thank you for some great info." – Westminster, Colorado
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