Dating Violence Policy 5010 STAFF WITH PERSONNEL NUMBER Training
BCPS school-based instructional staff of students in grades 6 through 12 meet the requirements for Dating Violence Prevention Policy 5010 by clicking the link below and successfully completing the Canvas training module. This course must be completed individually and will be tracked by personnel numbers (P-numbers).
- Access the course here: 2019-20 Staff Dating Violence Prevention Policy 5010 Training Module
Dating Violence Policy 5010 CHARTER OR NO PERSONNEL NUMBER STAFF Training
All charter school instructional staff or staff WITHOUT personnel numbers (P-numbers) who work with students in grades 6-12, meet the requirements for Dating Violence Prevention Policy 5010 by clicking the link below and successfully completing the Canvas training module.
To successfully complete the course, staff must:
- Take the course individually.
- View/read all the slides and videos.
- Print out, complete, and retain the at the end of the course. Staff must score at least 6 out of 8. Retain a copy of your completed Course Quiz as proof of successful completion for your administrator.
- Administrators will be able to access the scoring key (Links to an external site) and are responsible for determining their school's staff completion tracking method.
Dating Violence Policy 5010 STUDENT Trainings
Requirement: All students in grades 6-12 must receive this annual training.
Best Practices: It is recommended and this course is structured to be one, 30-45 minute classroom lesson. Principals will create a plan to administer the training to all their students – for example have all 1st period teachers provide it to their class. Staff click on the appropriate link below to access the training in Canvas, then teach the lesson.
Optional Booster Expansion Lesson: It is recommended you choose to enhance your violence prevention efforts by teaching the optional expansion lesson (located in Canvas) within the weeks following this training module.
- GRADES 6-8 STUDENT POLICY 5010 TRAINING MODULE (Canvas course #658848)
- GRADES 9-12 STUDENT POLICY 5010 TRAINING MODULE (Canvas course #660196)
Dating Violence Policy 5010 PARENT Training
Meet the parent requirements of SBBC Dating Violence Policy 5010 by making this training module available via multiple methods to all parents with students in grades 6-12. Some suggested methods of delivery are to post the link on the school's website, play it at a parent association meetings, or send home an email.
The parent training is the Dating Matters Understanding Teen Dating Violence Prevention 60-minute, interactive online training designed to help educators, youth-serving organizations, and parents understand the risk factors and warning signs associated with teen dating violence.
To view the training, either go to:
- Canvas Course #660200, The 2019-20 PARENT TRAINING MODULE or
- Go directly to the website housing the Dating Matters Understanding Teen Dating Violence Prevention online course.
Dating Violence Policy 5010 ID Training
In accordance with Policy 5010, each school with students in grades 6-12 has an Dating Violence Investigative Designee (ID) who is designated by the school Principal. The ID is the administrator responsible for receiving and investigating all dating violence reports, as well as insuring school-wide adherence to Policy requirements.
IDs complete their required annual training by clicking on the training module link below. This course must be completed individually.
- Administrative staff with P-Codes (personnel numbers) take the 2019-20 Investigative Designee Training Module is Canvas course #660201.
- Administrative staff WITHOUT P-Codes take the 2019-20 Investigative Designee Training Module is Canvas course #660965.
Dating Matters Online Course
The 60 minute, Dating Matters Understanding Teen Dating Violence Prevention online course is a free, online course available to educators, school personnel, youth mentors, and others dedicated to improving teen health. Follow a school administrator throughout his day as he highlights what teen dating violence is and how to prevent it through graphic novel scenarios, interactive exercises, and information gathered from leading experts.