Training & Credentials

Health Code Training To Go Topic Menu

The Child Care Physical Activity Health Code is an environmental health inspection license renewal stardard for Fargo and West Fargo child care centers and group facilities. Select a Training to Go topic from the list below and contact Child Care Aware Training to arrange training at the time and location you choose.

800-997-8515  |  training@ndchildcare.org

  • Promoting Physical Activity for Infants and Toddlers
  • Available as one 2-hour session.

    Physical activity is linked to learning in so many ways, which is why children need to get moving every day. Join us as we explore how to keep those little bodies healthy and physically active!

  • Promoting Physical Activity for Preschoolers
  • Available as one 2-hour session.

    Physical activity is linked to learning in so many ways, which is why children need to get moving every day. Join us as we explore how to keep those little bodies healthy and physically active!

  • Physical Activities for Children Ages 3-5
  • Available as one 2-hour session.

    Activities, activities, activities…everyone wants to learn more activities. This training will get you out of your seat and focus on the implementation of age-appropriate physical activities for children ages 3-5. Whether you have class inside or out, these simple activities can be modified for your setting. Have equipment that you don’t know how to use? Running out of ideas? At the end of this training, we’ll take advantage of our greatest resource, YOU, to brainstorm new and creative ways to use your equipment!

  • Meaningful Movement: MVPA Everyday!
  • Available as one 2-hour session.

    This session relates to the goal of increasing Moderate to Vigorous Physical Activity (MVPA). We’ll get up and move to show you how to increase physical activity throughout the day.

  • Meaningful Movement: Activities for All
  • Available as one 2-hour session.

    This training will provide you with tools and tips to design and structure the environment to include ALL young children in physical activity movements.