From Drug Enforcement Administration and Discovery Education. Opioid abuse and deaths among youth have sky-rocketed. States and school districts are including drug prevention awareness within the K-12 curriculum. Contained within this course are sample district plans/strategies, educator training and proactive K-3 elementary curriculum addressing the current opioid crisis.
(3 PD hrs.) This course will help administrators understand common cybersecurity threats and appropriate responses. This course will also provide foundational best practices to secure student data. Through this course, you will develop a collection of cybersecurity resources and policies for your school or district.
(2 PD Hrs.) This course will help educators understand common cybersecurity threats, responses, security tips and will provide foundational best practices to secure student data.
In this mandated course, participants will be introduced to the many types of seizures, what triggers seizures, medication, and treatment options. Participants will demonstrate knowledge of the Seizure Action Plan under Section 504 as outlined in Illinois Public Act 101-0050.
This course provides an education on electronic nicotine delivery systems or ENDS, also known as vapes. Participants will review emerging trends in adolescents who use these devices and have the opportunity to expand discussions associated with the negative health consequences of vapes.
While it is required for high school students to be trained in CPR/AED, there is not a requirement for teachers or staff to receive training. This course is designed for administrators after a life-altering experience happened at an Illinois school district.
This course will provide detailed information about how to conduct yourself during a traffic stop.