Special Education

Videos in this series are designed to help educate staff on how to handle specific issues related to serving the needs of students with special needs.

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This video discusses a better understanding of autism, associated characteristics, strengths, challenges, how one can best support the needs of students with autism, and strategies to promote a positive experience for all.

Student Transport

This series discusses special needs common special needs conditions and conduct disorders, disciplinary procedures, emergency evacuation, individualized education plans, the legal basis for providing special transportation, staff development, transportation logistics, routing and scheduling, and factors to consider when transporting special needs students.

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School Violence

Helping prevent school violence starts with awareness of violence prevention and development of intervention skills and techniques.  Videos in this series are designed to help ensure school staff are prepared to keep students safe in a society where stories of school violence are becoming more prevalent.

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Active Shooter

This series gives a readiness checklist and discusses unarmed responses to active shooter events in school and on the bus.

Terroristic Threats

This series discusses first observer security training, school transportation security awareness, intruders on the bus, and school transportation situational awareness.

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School , HR and Trucking OSHA & Safety Management

The OSHA safety training series is designed to help broaden worker and employer knowledge on the recognition, avoidance, and prevention of safety and health hazards in their workplaces.

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Bloodborne Pathogens

This series of videos covers what to do when in contact with blood or bodily fluids, OSHA compliance, and government regulations regarding blood and bodily fluids. There are also videos that discuss general hepatitis C overview, lifestyle influences on infection, common on the job risks, risks to first aid providers, vaccines, precautions, personal protection equipment, workplace hazard labeling, exposure risks and control, and osha updates on occupational exposure.

Compressed Air

This series of videos discusses compressed air and the equipment powered by compressed air, which can pose hazards and safety considerations.  This section reviews some common pneumatic tools and their safety considerations and potential hazards.

Forklifts & Pallet Jacks

This series includes an overview of rules and certification for forklifts, general types of equipment, OSHA regulations for forklifts, safe handling of wooden pallets, basic safety rules of an electric pallet jack, and reporting unsafe conditions surrounding pallet jacks.

Hazardous Materials

This series includes information that drivers need to stay safe and healthy in their environment when working with formaldehyde, the bonding and grounding of flammable liquids transfers, hazcom basics, hazardous materials clean up, and the shipping of hazardous materials.

Hearing Conservation

This series discusses the parts of the ear and how it works, general hearing problems, understanding decibel level exposure, and how to prevent hearing loss.

OSHA Policies & Violations

This series reviews the top ten OSHA violations and why it’s important for employers to have a written safety and health plan, employees’ right to file a complaint with OSHA, whistleblower rights and protection, how to investigate an accident, and the forming of labor and management safety committees.

Workplace Safety

This series of videos reviews charging batteries safely; safety working with chains, cranes, slings, and hoists; working in confined spaces; handling electricity safely; fire prevention responsibility in your work area; hand and power tool safety; housekeeping in manufacturing; documenting all energy sources and identifying potential safety hazards associated with each machine; machine guarding and conveyors; proper mounting with T-45 tire irons; personal protection equipment; respiratory protection; safe lifting; safe operation of cranes and hoists; tire shop hazards; warehouse safety; and a workplace safety inspection checklist.

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School Laws & Regulations

Administrators, educators, and auxiliary staff are all required to follow certain laws when working with children.  While laws vary by state, some training and topics are the same across the nation.  Training in this series focuses on ensuring your staff is aware of the laws and regulations your district may be required to comply with.

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ADA and Section 504

This video series discusses school districts’ obligations to implement and maintain the 504 process .It also explains the “Notice of Rights” obligation and the consent requirements not referred to in the statute, but interpreted by the OCR. Additional sections outline obligatory accommodations that must be provided for the student even beyond the classroom.


This video discusses the role of the custodian of records and defines who can access records.  It highlights discussing or sharing confidential records.

Copyright & Fair Use

This video section provides a brief overview of copyright law, and includes some sample situations that might occur. These videos help navigate the extent to which you can rely upon the fair use doctrine to avoid issues or concerns about violations of the copyright law.

Child Abuse

This video defines child abuse and neglect.  It details proper procedures for reporting suspected abuse or neglect and the consequences of not reporting suspected abuse.


Student Records are protected under FERPA, a federal law that applies to schools and colleges that receive federal financial assistance. FERPA affects school districts in some way almost every single day. For this reason, it is important for your entire staff to to know and understand what the law requires.  Our FERPA online training videos make it easy for your staff to undergo initial and ongoing training on FERPA requirements.

Title IX

Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 was created to protect individuals in federally funded educational programs from sex-based discrimination. This webinar training discusses what schools can do to prevent lawsuits and federal investigations under Title IX.

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Human Resources Training

Ensuring your employees are compliant with all federal workplace requirements is important to mitigate your district’s chances of lawsuits and negligence claims.  Our HR training series offers a broad spectrum of training on topics like bullying, EEOC, FMLA, Title VI, HIPAA, Harassment, Ethics, and more.

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This section discusses bullying in the workplace, its negative effect on the company culture, and how to stop it.

EEOC & Title VII

This series discusses protected categories under a variety of federal laws, equal pay, pregnancy and age discrimination, disabilities, EEOC Claims, and federal contracting and equal employment.


This session focuses on the employee’s rights and responsibilities under FMLA. Emphasis is placed on communication with the company.

General Workplace

This series discusses social media in the workplace, employee benefits, computer use, customizing training, goal setting, writing and updating the employee handbook, onboarding, understanding the millennial workforce, and what to do when parents bully the school.


This series reviews reporting harassment, harassment and discrimination in the workplace, and sexual harassment.


This training covers the employer’s responsibilities for an employee’s personal information.

HR Compliance

This series reviews employee eligibility verification, performance evaluation, independent contractors, armed services employees, at will employment, fair credit reporting, fair labor standards, I-9 compliance, and immigration control.

Work Ethics

This series discusses developing your professional work ethic and mastering the diverse workplace.

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Health & First Aid for Schools

Whether it’s keeping your staff healthy, or just making sure they know how to administer basic first aid in the event of an on-the-job injury, the videos in this section are designed to help keep your staff and students safe and healthy.

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This series discusses the five steps to follow when returning someone to play or work after a potential concussion, defines a concussion, how concussions are diagnosed, monitoring concussions, and prevention of concussions.


This series discusses what diabetes is, how it is treated, and how to establish proper management of diabetic students.

First Aid

This series reviews when to use an automated external defibrillator, how to treat bleeding, performing Continuous Chest Compression CPR, standard CPR techniques, symptoms of a heart attack, how to respond to near drowning, first aid for poison and overdose symptoms, shock, the Good Samaritan Law, and basic guidelines for administering first aid.

Health Issues

This video discusses the three types of flu and how they can be spread, how to prevent getting the flu, incubation periods, disinfecting, and symptoms.

Heat Awareness

This series discusses the types of heat stress, prevention of heat stress, and supervisor


This video discusses how to recognize seizures and administer first aid.

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Human Resources Responsibilities with Specific Drug & Alcohol Training

Providing supervisor training about drug and alcohol testing, along with employee education training, helps keep your workplace safe and mitigates your company’s risk of having a non-compliant drug and alcohol testing program.

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Drug & Alcohol Training

This series discusses requirements established by the FMCSA for a CDL drug and alcohol clearinghouse, some basic guidelines and how to use them, other resources for drug and alcohol training, required regulations, required testing, and failure to comply. It also discusses the development of a written policy and its requirements, including prohibited behavior, testing procedures, policy communication, recordkeeping, documentation, confidentiality, testing laboratory procedures, and calendar. There are videos that discuss the usage and harmful effects of illicit drugs and alcohol as well as the education and training of drivers and supervisors and the objective of the program as a deterrence rather than strictly for detection. This series also reviews pre-employment, post-accident, random, return-to-duty, follow-up, and proficiency testing, as well as reasonable suspicion and recordkeeping requirements. Testing procedures, including types required and rules, driver specimen collection checklist, collection site personnel regulations, specimen collection, collection supplies, collection process, lab test requirements, medical review officer requirements, positive test result scenarios, reporting a positive test, MRO discussions with drivers, and a checklist for a collection site are also discussed.  This series gives an overview of the procedures required for alcohol testing, including test accuracy, substance abuse professionals, alcohol related conduct, dry run period to test your testing program, evidential breath testing devices, breath alcohol technician, alcohol testing site requirements, alcohol testing documentation, and reporting.

Reasonable Suspicion Training

This series explains reasonable suspicion and gives scenarios on reporting an employee for reasonable suspicion, supervisor liability, collection site security, and five reasons for testing around reasonable suspicion.

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Crossing Guards

Many students walk or ride bikes to school, making the role of crossing guard vitally important during peak traffic times like pick-up and dropoff.  Videos in this series demonstrate proper crossing guard techniques, including the eight steps to crossing kids safely.

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Crossing Guards

This series demonstrates proper crossing guard techniques, including the eight steps to crossing kids safely.

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Bullying & Suicide Prevention

Recognizing the signs and symptoms of bullying or suicidal thoughts is important for educators.  Many states require schools to have training in place on both topics. Videos in this series are great resources to help educators learn about mental health intervention and suicide prevention.

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Bullying Awareness & Prevention

This series reviews what bullying is, where it is most likely to occur, how to create a safe school environment, developing a comprehensive plan of action on bullying, dealing with bullies, and contains government released PSAs geared at adolescents.

Suicide Awareness & Prevention

This series shares information on how to spot someone at risk, steps to take when you think someone is at risk, the impact of bullying, and managing a mobile classroom.

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Work Ethics

Work Ethics provides managers and employees with the basics for conducting themselves  professionally within the workplace.

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Work Ethics

This video discusses how to develop your professional work ethic, focusing on dependability, dedication, self-discipline, accountability, honesty, and professionalism.

Workplace Diversity

This video features the different dynamics of the workplace environment to help create a culture that produces and rewards the best work from every employee.

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