I decided to get an early start on my annual training power-points this year. I have 17 to do this year. ADA/Service Animals, Asthma, Bloodborne Pathogens, Bullying, Child Abuse, Cultural Competency and Racial Bias, Diabetes Awareness, Diabetes Awareness Level II, Discrimination, Domestic and Sexual Violence, Ethics & Boundaries for School Employees, Mandated Reporter, Mental Illness Awareness for Educators, Needs of Expecting and Parenting Youth, Sexual Harassment, Suicide Prevention, and Teen Dating Violence. They take 10-30 minutes each. Some of these you have to do every year, some every other year. I’ve got credit from last year for ADHD, and Allergy Management/Food Allergies.
The website that runs these is timed, so you can’t click ahead through the slides. They have a quiz at the end, although I’ve learned over the years that you don’t actually have to get it right. If you get it wrong, it tells you the right answer and marks it complete. It used to be that you could log into multiple machines and knock them off quickly. I would go into my CAD lab, log into half a dozen machines, and knock them off in an hour. They closed that loophole last year though :/
Anyways, this slide made me laugh.