Oral Health Promotion
£ 30.00 incl VAT
Good oral health supports children to eat, speak and socialise without disease, discomfort or embarrassment. Yet in the UK today, around 25% of five year olds have tooth decay, much of which is untreated. Book our Oral Health Promotion training to explore the factors that can impact on children’s oral health, such as diet, tooth brushing and dental visits. You’ll learn useful tips and strategies to help you support families in looking after their children’s teeth.
Individual: Use this option if you are booking this course for yourself
Group: Use this option if you are booking this course for one or more of your team
What you’ll learn in the Oral Health Promotion training
- The importance of good oral health
- Factors that impact children’s teeth and the consequences of poor oral health
- How to look after children’s teeth- including appropriate teeth cleaning techniques and when to register at the dentist
- Tooth friendly snacks and drinks
- Suitable cups and beakers for children
- Information on how to apply the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) requirement to promote the “good oral health of children”
Who is this training suitable for?
Early Years Practitioners, such as those working in nurseries and Children Centres, childminders and nannies.
Health professionals, such as: Health Visitors, Midwives, GP’s and Pharmacists.
Those looking to develop their knowledge in early years nutrition, such as: students, nutritionists, dietitians and volunteers.
The training comprises of information slides and interactive activities.
Resources to support your practice and share with families.
Estimated study time 1- 1.5 hours.
Short multiple choice assessment.
Knowledge Development Plan (KDP) to reflect on your learning.
Certificate issued on successful completion of the course and the Knowledge Development Plan (KDP).
£30 inc Vat.
‘Very useful to use in conjunction with the revised EYFS requirements. Links and statistical information also helpful and for putting things into a meaningful context’. Louise Lewis, Colwich Playgroup – January 2022