our most popular individual trainings

Bloodborne Pathogens Training

The purpose of this OSHA training is to provide the appropriate knowledge and understanding to eliminate or minimize occupational exposure to hepatitis B virus (HBV) which causes hepatitis B (a serious liver disease), human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) which causes acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS), and other bloodborne pathogens.

Mandatory Reporter: Child and Dependent Adult Abuse

The purpose of this training is to provide the learner with the appropriate knowledge and understanding of their roles and responsibilities as mandatory reporters for child and dependent adult abuse. Curriculum approved by the Abuse Education Review Panel. Approval No. 24

Right to Know Training

At the end of this OSHA awareness training about the Hazard Communication Standard students will be aware of the information and warnings required by the existing Hazard Communication Standard; aware of the revisions to the Hazardous Communication Standard due to the adoption of the Globally Harmonized System; able to recognize and interpret hazard classifications, chemical container labels, and warning placards for both the current and revised versions of the standard; able to understand and use the information contained within Material Safety Data Sheets and Safety Data Sheets; and aware of the rights and responsibilities of both employers and employees in regards to hazardous chemicals in the workplace.

Overview of State Requirements Regarding Seclusion and Restraint: Chapter 103

This course provides an overview of Chapter 103 of Iowa code, including: rules on the use of corporal punishment and reasonable force; disciplinary alternatives to seclusion and restraint; the safe and effective use of physical restraint, confinement and detention; crisis prevention, intervention and de-escalation techniques; student and staff debriefing after a crisis; and positive behavior interventions and supports.

Asbestos Awareness Training

At the end of this OSHA awareness training, participants will be aware of: what asbestos is; the dangers that asbestos fibers pose; the types of products that may contain asbestos; the health risks involved with asbestos exposure; the responsibilities of custodial and maintenance personnel; how to recognize when asbestos containing products are damaged, deteriorating, or delaminating and what to do about it; how to find out the location of asbestos containing products in buildings; how to find the name and telephone number of the designated person; and where and what the asbestos management plan for each building is and how to locate it.

Lockout / Tagout Training

This OSHA awareness training provides an explanation as to why training on Lockout/Tagout is needed; definitions of Lockout/Tagout terms; who and what is covered by Lockout/Tagout regulations; and when the regulations apply. It also provides: an overview of the various types of hazardous energy in the workplace: how and when to use lockout devices; how and when to use tagout devices; and worker training and inspections

ELP Standards Module 1

This is module one of the module series consists of 6 online training modules that focus on classroom implementation of the ELP Standards: Module 1 - Introduction; Module 2 - Task Analysis; Module 3 - ELP Standards; Module 4 - Performance Level Descriptors; Module 5 - Formative Assessment; and Module 6 - Reflection. They address topics for both ELL and content teachers, including ELP Standards implementation, English language application, and students’ understanding of language and content.

ELP Standards Module 2

This is module two of the module series consists of 6 online training modules that focus on classroom implementation of the ELP Standards: Module 1 - Introduction; Module 2 - Task Analysis; Module 3 - ELP Standards; Module 4 - Performance Level Descriptors; Module 5 - Formative Assessment; and Module 6 - Reflection. They address topics for both ELL and content teachers, including ELP Standards implementation, English language application, and students’ understanding of language and content.

ELP Standards Module 3

This is module three of the module series consists of 6 online training modules that focus on classroom implementation of the ELP Standards: Module 1 - Introduction; Module 2 - Task Analysis; Module 3 - ELP Standards; Module 4 - Performance Level Descriptors; Module 5 - Formative Assessment; and Module 6 - Reflection. They address topics for both ELL and content teachers, including ELP Standards implementation, English language application, and students’ understanding of language and content.

Medication Administration in Iowa Schools

Medication Administration in Iowa Schools is an online education course designed to partially meet laws and assist schools to provide student medication administration safely and effectively. The course contains basic medication administration step-by-step procedures. After successful completion of the seventeen units with a 100% score, the person prints a certificate. Then the person takes the certificate to the school nurse to successfully complete certification.

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our most popular self-paced courses

ELPA21 Assessment Administration Training

This self-paced course is required training for all educators who will have responsibility for the administration of the ELPA21 Assessment to ELL students during the school year. This training is NOT available for credit.

Iowa’s Eligibility & Evaluation Standards: Foundation Training

This self-paced course provides foundational knowledge on The Iowa Eligibility and Evaluation Standards (December, 2015). This training is intended to provide the foundation for sound decisions and consistent statewide practices related to eligibility decisions including suspecting a disability, determining eligibility and developing Individual Education Plan Services. This course is intended for professionals who evaluate students for special education in Iowa and their leaders who supervise or provide related professional learning.

Digital Citizenship Course

This self-paced course will take educators through the elements of digital citizenship as a method to inform staff and students on their role in our digital society.

Google Apps 101

This self-paced course helps educators utilize the wide array of Google tools, including instructional tutorials, and strategies for integration in the classroom. This course features 5 instructional modules as well as a summary activity.

Using Iowa AEA Online's Resources

This self-paced course helps educators understand how to use the free digital resources provided by their AEA in the context of their classroom. This course features 6 instructional modules as well as a summary activity.

Social Media

This self-paced course helps educators explore various social media tools such as Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Google+, and Pinterest.

The Exceptional Learner

This self-paced course helps educators understand the needs of different exceptional learners and strategies to use in the classroom. It also meets the re-licensure level teacher requirement for the Exceptional Learner.

The Practicing Educator

This self-paced course provides educators with "must know" information related to state and federal policies, as well as other responsibilities important for the profession.

Financial Literacy Course

This self-paced course provides educators learn more about financial literacy with modules on savings, banking, credit and payment types, credit scores, and financial planning.

7 Second Coaching

This self-paced course is designed to provide educators that are coaches athletic specific Professional Development content to renew their teaching license.

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