Bulletin 137 - Louisiana's ELC Licensing Regulations - 4
- Students will need a copy of Bulletin 137 – Louisiana Early Learning Center Licensing Regulations.
Overview of Bulletin 137 Louisiana’s Early Learning Center Licensing Regulations Course 4 – Chapters 19 – 21 is the fourth course in a four-part series of courses designed for all administrators, directors, director designees, teachers, and other support staff that own, operate and/or work in a licensed early learning center. This course covers four chapters of Bulletin 137:
· Chapter 19 – Minimum Health, Safety, and Environment Requirements and Standards
· Chapter 21 – Minimum Transportation Requirements and Standards
There is a pre-test and a post-test as well as quizzes throughout the course so that students can confirm what they currently know, dig deeper into the regulations and determine what they have learned.After completing this course, students will earn one training hour.
Who this course is for:
- This course is designed for all administrators, directors, director designees, teachers, and other support staff that own, operate and/or work in a licensed early learning center.
- 02:28Course 4 Introduction and Pre-Test
- 18 questionsCourse 4 - Pre-Test
- 34:42Chapter 19 – Minimum Health, Safety, and Environment Requirements and Standards
- 06:45Chapter 19 – Min. Health, Safety, & Environment Requirements and Standards Quiz
- 12:50Chapter 21 – Minimum Transportation Requirements and Standards
- 03:42Chapter 21 – Minimum Transportation Requirements and Standards Quiz
- 00:32Summary and Next Steps
- 18 questionsCourse 4 - Post-Test
- 00:36Bonus Lecture
Andrea Burl has 11 years of experience in the social services field with more than 7 years in the early childhood. During her time in the early childhood field, she has served as a Licensing Specialist and Licensing Consultant for child care licensing and Internal Operations Senior Manager. She currently serves as the Program Manager over the field staff of the Division of Licensing at the Louisiana Department of Education where she ensures licensed child care centers receive licenses and In-Home and Family Day Home are registered to provide care. Andrea provides ongoing professional training to the child care licensing staff to ensure consistency in employee performance. She also provides training to child care providers, to aid in their professional development. She has presented on early childhood topics at several local and state conferences.