Training

Kristin Beltaos proudly offers these food allergy management courses that are Minnesota Center for Professional Development approved. Be sure to stop back frequently as new trainings are always in development.

If you would like to learn more about these courses or schedule an onsite training, contact Kristin today!

Classroom, Conference and Onsite Trainings

Caring for Food Allergic Children In An Early Childhood Care Environment

In-service Hours: Available in 2 or 3 hour options
Description
This training provides guidance on how to handle daily care, manage safety and promote inclusiveness of food allergic children. You’ll learn about food allergies and intolerances, the identification, treatment and medication management of allergic reactions. Create a parent/care provider partnership based on mutual responsibility and respect that ensures the safety of all allergic children.

Food Allergic School Plans of Protection: Demystifying Food Allergy Policy/Guidelines, 504 and Individual Health Plans

In-service Hours: 4
Description
This training provides guidance to school/district personnel on how to formulate comprehensive food allergy policy/guidelines, develop individualized, food allergy Health Plans and/or 504 plans, and build an Awareness Communication Program to keep food allergy on the top of mind of all stakeholders. Understand the dangers, the prevention, identification and treatment of an allergic reaction.

Diminish Food Allergy Bullying with Inclusiveness

In-service Hours: 3
Description
This training provides strategies on how to create an inclusive environment by minimizing the spotlight of difference, teach appreciation, compassion and tolerance to children and formulate a zero tolerance policy with consequences, based on age, for food allergy bullying.

Online Trainings

Food Allergy Facts, Fibs and Fundamentals

Credits: 16 In-service Hours
Duration: 5 weeks
Registration: Eager to Learn
Description
This training provides guidance on how to handle daily care, manage safety and promote inclusiveness of food allergic children. You’ll learn about food allergies and intolerances, the identification, treatment and medication management of allergic reactions. Create a parent/care provider partnership based on mutual responsibility and respect that ensures the safety of all allergic children. (This training is specifically for Eager To Learn.)