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Back injuries are painful and debilitating. This course teaches you how to protect your back from injury and how to lift safely.
This course teaches you how to protect yourself from disease caused by bacteria and viruses that are present in human blood and other fluids, and which you may encounter at the Y.
While bullying can happen anywhere, working with children gives you the opportunity to help stop bullying. In this course you will learn how to recognize, respond to, and prevent bullying.
This course focuses on the proactive skills needed for effective lifeguarding. These include preparation, positioning, vigilance and scanning. Effective Lifeguarding will help the on-duty guard prevent accidents and manage swimmers.
Learn how you can help create and maintain a safe work environment at the Y. This course addresses common risks for aquatics, youth and family, and facilities staff.
This course includes two modules on harassment and discrimination. These modules will equip you to identify sexual harassment and discrimination, understand the impact on your organization, and respond appropriately if you encounter either in your workplace.
The third Harassment and Discrimination module is designed for supervisors. In this course you will learn what it means to be a supervisor and every supervisor's duty and responsibility to properly address allegations of harassment and discrimination.
As a Y employee, you have the right to know about the chemicals you may come into contact with while working at the Y. This course explains the types of hazardous chemicals that may exist at your Y and how to protect yourself if you are exposed to such chemicals.
Slips and falls are the most common type of accidents involving YMCA members and staff. In this course, you will learn where and how people slip and fall at the Y and how to prevent slips and falls from happening.
This course reviews the key topics covered in depth in the full 3-part Youth Protection Series.
Every person working with or around children has a responsibility to understand, identify, and prevent child abuse. This 3-module course has been created to help you do just that. In Part 1 you will learn to identify child abuse. In Part 2 you will learn abuse prevention strategies in your day-to-day interactions with kids at the Y. In Part 3 you will learn how to respond to an abuse allegation.
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