You may have heard of some high-profile cases involving Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) and Sudden Unexpected Infant Death (SUID). But what exactly are these syndromes? And what are the risk factors?

As a child welfare professional, you are uniquely positioned to prevent unnecessary deaths from SIDS and SUID. To find out how, take Safe Sleep: Creating Safe Sleeping Environments for Infants, our self-paced web-based training.

You’ll learn about the characteristics of safe and unsafe sleep environments. And you’ll learn how to broach these issues with families and problem-solve in culturally responsive ways.

Completion of this online course earns 2.0 training credit hours.

To register, go to In-service Classes, type “sleep” into search box, and click “Submit.”