ONLINE WORKSHOPS​ 

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 #021F / #021S Kognito “At Risk” Online Training – Stressed Students
FLEX credit – 1 hour
How DO I Help a Student I’m Worried About? At-Risk for Faculty & Staff is an online, interactive gatekeeper training simulation designed to prepare faculty and staff to: (1) recognize when a student is exhibiting signs of psychological distress, and (2) manage a conversation with the student with the goal of connecting them with the appropriate campus support service. The training was developed with input from leading mental health and education experts, and has been adopted by over 400 colleges and universities, assessed in a national study at 63 universities, and is also listed in SPRC/AFSP Best Practices Registry for suicide prevention resources.
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To access the online training:
2.    Create an account (or sign in using your previously created email address & password
3.    Select at-risk for Faculty & Staff
4.    Click “Launch”
 
Upon completion, please email a copy of your certificate of completion to Sarah Dettman in Professional Development at sarah.dettman@canyons.edu.
 
 #0212 / #022S Kognito “At Risk” Online Training – Veterans on Campus
FLEX credit – 1 hour
Build Military Cultural Competency and Support Student Veterans. In Veterans on Campus, learners engage in simulated conversations with three virtual student veterans, helping each one resolve a challenge they are facing due to their transition. Users practice referring a service member who is being redeployed, managing a challenging class discussion about conflicts overseas, and approaching and referring a veteran who is exhibiting signs of post deployment stress. It was developed with input from leading education experts and veteran organizations and is listed in SPRC/AFSP Best Practices Registry.
 
To access the online training:Veterans.PNG
2.    Create an account (or sign in using your previously created email address & password
3.    Select Veterans on Campus for faculty & staff
4.    Click “Launch”
 
Upon completion, please email a copy of your certificate of completion to Sarah Dettman in Professional Development at sarah.dettman@canyons.edu.
 
 
 #023F / #023S Kognito Online Training – LGBTQ on Campus for Faculty & Staff
FLEX credit – 1 hour
Create a Supportive Environment for LGBTQ Students. LGBTQ on Campus is an interactive role-play course designed to prepare and encourage campus educators and staff to promote a community of inclusion and support. In addition to sensitizing educators to the challenges faced by LGBTQ youth, this training aims to increase learners’ confidence and skill to effectively manage classroom discussions in which discriminatory language is used, conduct an effective, supportive conversation with a student who discloses an LGBTQ identity, and identify when a student may be distressed and connect them to support services.
 
To access the online training:LGBTQ.PNG
1.    Go to: http://www.kognito.com/ccc
2.    Create an account (or sign in using your previously created email address & password
3.    Select LGBTQ faculty
4.    Click “Launch”
 
Upon completion, please email a copy of your certificate of completion to Sarah Dettman in Professional Development at sarah.dettman@canyons.edu.
 
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The Santa Clarita Community College District takes the well-being of our students and employees very seriously. As a member of our college community, it is everyone’s responsibility to uphold a safe and hospitable learning and working environment and to prepare for when situations arise that requires action, whether in an emergency situation or witnessing misconduct.
For instance, as a faculty member, you are the most likely to witness or receive reports of sexual harassment and sexual violence from our students. It is imperative that all employees receive enhanced training which, at a minimum, includes the requirements for proper reporting of sexual harassment and/or violence and information about the District’s responsibilities for responding to such reports.
Further, as a faculty member, you are the most likely to report an emergency situation on campus. To support the safety of everyone on campus during an emergency situation, all employees need comprehensive training on how to evaluate and respond properly to a variety of scenarios (fire, electrical malfunctions, suspicious activity, etc.).
The following three (3) trainings are short web-based courses delivered directly from Workplace Answers which are interactive and contain many challenging and interesting real-life work situations:
·        Unlawful Harassment Prevention for Higher Education
·        Preventing Discrimination and Sexual Violence (Title IX)
·        Emergency Preparedness
 Complete one or all of the following three web-based courses delivered from "Workplace Answers":
  •  #822S Unlawful Harrassment Prevention for Higher Education
  • #823S Preventing Discrimination and Sexual Violence (Title IX)

  • #824S Emergency PreparednessEmergency Preparedness

FLEX credit - 1 hour per training completed 
To register for one or more of these "Workplace Answers" trainings, please e-mail Rian Medlin at rian.medlin@canyons.edu, or by phone at: 661-362-3426.
To request FLEX credit/pay, please e-mail your certificate of completion to sarah.dettman@canyons.edu
 
 
 
#593S Heat-Related Illness Prevention Online Training
FLEX credit – 0.5 hours
The Heat-related Illness Prevention Awareness Training is a 30-minute online course designed to educate district employees awareness of measures to reduce heat-related illnesses at work.
Heat illnesses includes heat cramps, fainting, heat exhaustion, and heatstroke.  The earlier you identify heat illness symptoms, the more likely you are to be able to do something about it.  Practicing proper techniques to reduce the hazard of heat stress at work can also prevent serious health problems from these conditions.
This course will help the district meet its employee safety training requirement and is ideal for employees needing a brief review of basic strategies to help prevent heat-related illness.  We will cover :
·              Types of Heat-related illnesses
             Identification of symptoms
             Basic steps for prevention
             Check weather index
             Frequent water consumption
             Rest breaks with shade
             Personal Protective Equipment
To register for and access this online training, please contact Rian Medlin (Human Resources) x3426, rian.medlin@canyons.edu.
Upon completion, please email a copy of your certificate of completion to Sarah Dettman in Professional Development at sarah.dettman@canyons.edu to receive FLEX credit.
#594S Bloodborne Pathogen Awareness Online Training
FLEX credit – 0.5 hours
This online Bloodborne Pathogen (BBP) Awareness Training course is designed to educate district employees about how to safely handle human blood and other potentially infectious materials that can be transmitted by contact with infected blood or body fluids. This course will help the district meet its BBP training requirement and is ideal for employees needing a brief review of the following basic concepts:
             Core course elements
             Disease identification, symptoms and vaccination options
             Risks associated with infectious diseases
             Correct exposure control procedures
             Personal Protective Equipment (PPEs)
             Universal Precaution Practices which will help to limit the risk of transmission of bloodborne pathogens, including:
             Proper hand hygiene
             Safe handling of specimens
             BBP incident clean-up and disposal guidelines
             Incident reporting
To register for and access this online training, please contact Rian Medlin (Human Resources) x3426 rian.medlin@canyons.edu.
Upon completion, please email a copy of your certificate of completion to Sarah Dettman in Professional Development at sarah.dettman@canyons.edu to receive FLEX credit.

#189F Personal Protective Equipment Awareness Online Training
FLEX credit – 0.5 hours
The Personal Protective Equipment Safety Awareness Training is a 45-minutehe Personal Protective Equipment Safety Awareness Training is a 45-minute
course designed to increase district employees awareness of personal protective equipment employees can use to protect themselves during a
hazardous incident and/or environment. Personal protective equipment, or PPE, is designed to protect employees from serious workplace injuries or illnesses resulting from contact with chemical, physical, electrical, mechanical, or other workplace hazards. Besides face shields, safety glasses, hard hats, and safety shoes, PPE includes a variety of devices and garments such as goggles, coveralls, gloves, vests, earplugs, and respirators. This course will help the district meet its employee safety training requirement and is ideal for employees needing a brief review of basic personal protective equipment principles in order to protect themselves in the workplace. Upon completion of this training you will be able to :
 Use PPE properly,
 Be aware of when PPE is necessary,
 Know what kind of PPE is necessary,
 Understand the limitations of PPE in protecting employees from injury,
 Don, adjust, wear, and doff PPE, and
To register for and access this online training, please contact Rian Medlin (Human Resources) x34256 rian.medlin@canyons.edu.
Upon completion, please email a copy of your certificate of completion to Sarah Dettman in Professional Development at sarah.dettman@canyons.edu to receive FLEX credit.
 

#189F Personal Protective Equipment Awareness Online Training

The District has partnered with Workplace Answers to provide an on-line training program on the following vital topics: Harassment, Discrimination, Sexual Violence, and Emergency Preparedness. If you are looking to earn some FLEX credit before the end of the academic year, we have three trainings available to raise awareness in these areas. Each training is approximately 30 minutes. If you do not need any more FLEX hours for 2015-16, we will be offering this training again in the Fall. The Santa Clarita Community College District takes the well-being of our students and employees very seriously. As a member of our college community, it is everyone’s responsibility to uphold a safe and hospitable learning and working environment and to prepare for when situations arise that requires action, whether in an emergency situation or witnessing misconduct.

For instance, as a faculty member, you are the most likely to witness or receive reports of sexual harassment and sexual violence from our students. It is imperative that all employees receive enhanced training which, at a minimum, includes the requirements for proper reporting of sexual harassment and/or violence and information about the District’s responsibilities for responding to such reports.
Further, as a faculty member, you are the most likely to report an emergency situation on campus. To support the safety of everyone on campus during an emergency situation, all employees need comprehensive training on how to evaluate and respond properly to a variety of scenarios (fire, electrical malfunctions, suspicious activity, etc.).
The following three (3) trainings are short web-based courses delivered directly from Workplace Answers which are interactive and contain many challenging and interesting real-life work situations:
·        Unlawful Harassment Prevention for Higher Education
·        Preventing Discrimination and Sexual Violence (Title IX)
·        Emergency Preparedness
If you’d like to register for one or more of these trainings, please contact me via email or at extension 3426.
Thank you,
 
Rian Medlin
Human Resources Manager
Future Instructors in Training (FIT) Program Coordinator
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

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 IN ADDITION TO THE ABOVE FREE ONLINE TRAININGS.....
 
A variety of Online Training opportunities are available through CCCConfer for a fee.  Participants are responsible for paying the fee.  Please visit the CCCConfer website at http://www.cccconfer.org/trainingCenter/trainingCenter.aspx for information.