CAUTION: The trainings below will NOT count for the 2022-2023 academic year. Updated trainings for the new academic year will be posted sometime in July.
Completion of the quizzes will generate an email with your responses in which you can click VIEW SCORE for feedback. You should soon thereafter receive a separate email with a certificate you can store on your Google Drive.
Here are six required trainings for the 2021-2022 academic year for all certified employees and support staff:
Alcohol, Drugs, and Tobacco Awareness (2021-22 ONLY)
Bloodborne Pathogens (2021-22 ONLY)
Bullying Prevention (2021 -22 ONLY)
Child Abuse Reporting (2021 -22 ONLY)
FERPA (2021 -22 ONLY)
Homeless Education (2021 -22 ONLY) < NEW ADDITION
There is a seventh required training for certified employees for the 2021-2022 academic year:
The training Building Positive Relational Skills is no longer required for all teachers and support staff but is part of the annual training for special education teachers and special education paraprofessionals, who take a paper-and-pencil test at their training. The online training with its simpler online quiz is available for others who can benefit from training on reducing workplace violence through positive behavioral supports.
You will receive an email from Google Forms with your results for each training. So if you cannot remember if you did a training this academic year, search in Gmail for "Alcohol Google Forms" or "Bloodborne Google Forms" etc. and if you completed a training you should see an email from Google Forms that begins, "Thanks for filling out 2021-2022 X Training" with your results. Periodically ESC staff update Frontline Professional Growth to record completed trainings.
Other State Requirements
For certified staff, at least two hours per year of professional development are to be technology related. (You can document this yourself and have a principal sign-off if needed.)
All certified and support staff who work with students in early childhood to third grade must complete autism training once every three years.
See the Professional Development page at the State Department of Education's website for a complete listing of various required trainings for various positions.