Prevention of childhood infections (1.5h)

Prevention of childhood infections (1.5h)

In Quebec, the Ministry of the Family requires certain conditions to ensure that every child is safe in a healthy and secure environment. All persons working or wanting to work with young children must take the 8-hour general first aid training. The "Prevention of Childhood Infections" training is adapted to early childhood and is complementary to the "First Aid adapted to early childhood" training. Each certification issued is valid for a period of 2 years. This training will allow you to ensure a better follow-up and to be more vigilant towards children.

Duration 1.5 heures
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Certification Valid for 3 years
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  • Duration of training: 1.5 hours.
  • Certification valid for a period of 2 years.
  • Specific training adapted to early childhood.


  • Complete all the readings included in the training.
  • Pass with an average of 80% or more each of the theoretical evaluations included in the training.


  • Upon successful completion of your training through multiple choice theory exams, you will receive your certificate in PDF format, valid for a period of 2 years.


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