Advanced Safe Sleeping Education for Early Childhood Educators
Everything you need to know to link your policy and procedures with ACECQA evidence-based principles for safe sleeping practicesWatch Promo
Become a safe sleep champion and get up to date with Red Nose Australia's evidence-based safe sleep recommendations.
Red Nose's Safe Sleeping e-Learning Course for Early Childhood Educators is based on the latest scientific evidence and has been developed by our midwives to help keep the babies in your care safe.
Recognised by the Australian Children's Education and Care Quality Authority (ACECQA) as a national authority on safe sleeping practices for infants, successful completion of the course will enable early childhood educators to meet National Quality Framework regulations. This includes how to ensure your policies and procedures for the safe sleeping of infants and children are up-to-date and reflect current best practice.
This course will empower your you as an early childhood educator, reduce your risk – and help protect little lives.
Red Nose is Australia's leading authority in evidence-based safe sleeping practices for infants and children.
With more than 40 years' of expert experience, Red Nose has reduced SIDS in Australia by 85 per cent through education, research and public health campaigns.
Our Safe Sleeping Education Training programs are based on the latest scientific evidence and have been developed by our midwives to help keep the babies in your care safe.
With Red Nose Safe Sleeping Education you will empower your staff, reduce your risk – and help protect little lives.
Become safe sleep champions and get up to date with Red Nose’s safe sleep recommendations today.
Red Nose is recognised by the Australian Children's Education and Care Quality Authority (ACEQUA) as a national authority on safe sleeping practices for infants and children; and course content is designed to help meet regulations required under the National Quality Framework.
StartWelcome and course pre-assessment
StartModule 1 - Why is Safe Sleeping in an early childhood education and care service important? (5:07)
StartModule 2 - What is Sudden Unexpected Death in Infancy (SUDI) and Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS)? (5:32)
StartModule 3 : Why back sleep is safest (9:33)
StartModule 4 - Keep baby's head and face uncovered (6:40)
StartModule 5 - Provide a safe sleeping environment night and day (9:49)
StartModule 6 - Additional ways to reduce the risks of SUDI (3:45)