Learn to develop good policies and procedures to respond to physical education and athletic injuries. Manage after-effects and prepare solid accident reports. Make sure activities and athletic programs comply with Title IX.
Learn to recognize bullying, apply effective prevention techniques and take appropriate corrective action.
Child abuse and sexual conduct training for administrators
As a school administrator, you are legally required to conduct adequate and through pre-employment background checks, provide adequate training for all newly hired employees and continuing training for current employees, promptly investigate concerns and take appropriate action. Learn the legally required hiring process, how to identify common signs of grooming and sexual conduct, and how to investigate matters brought to your attention.
Child abuse and sexual conduct training for school employees
Learn about maintaining appropriate boundaries with students, how to identify potential abuse and sexual conduct and how to report potential abuse. This training covers appropriate social media interactions between staff and students as well as other forms of electronic communication with students. This training is appropriate for any school employee or volunteer.
Sexual harassment and employment discrimination for administrators
Understand legal and policy requirements regarding sexual harassment and employment discrimination, learn how to handle complaints effectively and take appropriate corrective action.
Sexual harassment and employment discrimination for school employees
Learn about appropriate staff-to-staff and staff-to-student workplace behavior. The training covers sexual harassment and appropriate workplace boundaries. The training also provides an overview of the classes of people protected under Oregon’s anti-discrimination law including race, religion, sex, disability, transgender status and more. This training is appropriate for any school employee or school volunteer.