This course will assist staff in understanding the importance of sexual abuse education. It will help staff recognize the characteristics of sexually abusive relationships and explain ways of relating to victims and disclosing their experiences to the proper authorities.
This course will include two sections: 1) Teen Dating Violence and Abusive Relationships; and 2) Responding to Teen Dating Violence and Abusive Relationships.
This presentation by IHSA, IESA and the Brain Injury Association of Illinois will address concussion management as required by the Youth Sports Concussion Safety Act --mandatory education, concussion oversight teams, Return to Play and Return to Learn.
This course outlines school nurse’s role in the Individualized Education Plans (IEP) process using video scenarios and reflective activities.
This course will cover 4 sections: 1) Defining Sexual Harassment 2) Types of Sexual Harassment 3) Illinois Reporting Law 4) Proper Teacher-Student Interactions
This course covers the Illinois Public Act 99-0480 that allows trained school personnel to administer an opioid-blocking medication to a person having an opioid overdose while in school or at a school-sponsored activity.
This course covers the laws and regulation concerning the policies and guidelines districts must follow concerning supervising and training non-certified personnel and volunteers who will be working with students with IEPs.
Suicide itself is not a mental disorder, but one of the most important causes of suicide is mental illness. This course will define mental illness and its relationship to suicide, the proper terminology used by professionals, and the warning signs of suicidal behavior. It will also discuss risk factors and...
The purpose of this online course is to help all Illinois Mandated Reporters understand their critical role in protecting children by recognizing and reporting child abuse.
This self-paced, online professional development course guides educators through the risks children face online, key lessons to teach, and which NetSmartz resources can be used to best teach digital citizenship at any grade.
This course covers four sections: 1)HIV Definition and Transmission; 2) HIV Signs and Symptoms; 3) Risk Factors and Education; 4) Parent and Student Rights; gives insight into policies and procedures for staff and student safety.
This course provides information on gang awareness, gaining knowledge about gangs, the risk factors associated with gangs and interventions to use to help students achieve.
This course fulfills the statutory requirement found in Article 10, Section 22 mandating that every 2 years all school employees complete a workshop on educator ethics and school employee and student relationships.
This course will explain what peer helping is, outline steps in developing a Peer Helping program, and give advice how to design and develop a successful peer helping program.
This two-part course presents: I) the effects of domestic violence on physical health, mental well-being, students' educational performance; and 2) the impact domestic violence has on children at home, school, educators' role.
This course will cover common chronic health conditions of students. The course covers signs and symptoms of special medical conditions of students' including the need for staff to be familiar with students individual emergency health care plan.
This course has been designed to recognize signs and symptoms of a diabetic reaction and how to respond when a student is in need of emergency medical attention.
Judy Brunner and Dennis Lewis will provide participants information related to the ever-changing legal parameters as well as when and how school personnel may intervene.
This training will cover the universal precautions for protecting yourself from exposure to bloodborne pathogens such as Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, HIV and AIDS.
This course will provide an overview of asthma, asthma emergency response, and review of general policies that apply to asthma management in schools.