STAFF WITH PERSONNEL NUMBERS TRAINING
All BCPS school-based staff of students in grades 6 through 12 who have personnel numbers are required to complete the annual Dating Violence Policy 5010 Staff Training by October 18, 2020. It is recommended the course be taken individually, but if principals pre-approve group completion, staff may do so.
Principals must certify all their staff (working with students in grades 6-12) successfully completed the training by the due date. BCPS principals will receive an email in September with a link to electronically certify completion via KickUp by 11/01/20. Prior to completing the certification, BCPS principals will track staff completion in LAB. Instructions for accessing completion records in LAB are in the Mandatory Compliance Report for Principals (Tutorial).
To successfully complete the staff course:
Individual Completion Option (most common): Broward County Public School employees with personnel numbers will access the Staff Dating Violence Prevention Policy 5010 Mandatory Training by registering for the course in Learning Across Broward (LAB) and completing all course requirements in Canvas. Follow the instructions below:
Sign into Learning Across Broward (LAB).
Find the Required Learning channel on your LAB homepage.
Click on the title of the course: Student Dating Violence Policy 20-21. Register for the course. Once LAB registration is completed, you will be automatically enrolled in the Canvas course.
After registration is completed, click on the Courses Tab located at the TOP of any LAB page.
The Dating Violence Mandatory Compliance 20 course is now available in the My Courses channel under the Course Tab.
Click on the course title to be automatically redirected to Canvas.
Once in Canvas, follow the instructions to complete the course by 1) viewing all the content pages in order, 2) scoring 70% (7 out of 10) or above on all quizzes, and 3) submitting the Course Acknowledgement page.
IMPORTANT: ALL BCPS Employees MUST check and submit the Acknowledgement on the Course Acknowledgement page in Canvas to validate completion of the Dating Violence Policy 5010 2020-2021 annual requirements. The Canvas Acknowledgement replaces the LAB survey. A LAB survey is NOT REQUIRED for this course.
Course completion is available on the participant's LAB transcript 24 hours after the participant submits the Course Acknowledgement in Canvas. To access your LAB transcript, log into LAB and click the Transcript tab.
Group Completion Option: When group completion is pre-approved and preferred by a principal, follow the instructions below to ensure all participants validate individual completion of the Dating Violence Policy 5010 2020-2021 annual requirement by the due date. The principal/supervisor will:
- Direct EACH group participant to individually register for the course in LAB. Refer to steps 1 through 4 of the instructions above for staff.
- Provide a sign-in sheet for participants and ensure all participants enter their full names and personnel numbers (p#). The sign-in sheet must include the following: date, time, location, participants' full names and p#s.
- Access the course using the instructions above and project the course to the group.
- Upon completion, email the the sign in sheet AS AN EXCEL SPREADSHEET. This spreadsheet should only contain the name and P number of the completers - the full 8 digit P number. For example: P00012345 to email@example.com. Label the sheet using the following naming format “ANTI-BULLYING TRAINING 20/21 - SCHOOL NAME” in the subject line to ensure proper routing.
- Participants may view the completed training on their LAB transcript within 2 weeks of the submission of the electronic sign-in sheet.
CHARTER STAFF OR STAFF WITH NO PERSONNEL NUMBERS TRAINING
All school-based charter school staff or external staff without personnel numbers who work with students in grades 6-12, meet the requirements for Dating Violence Prevention Policy 5010 by following the below directions. Staff are required to complete this annual Dating Violence Prevention Policy 5010 mandatory training by October 18, 2020. This year's Brainshark training module is not longer available.
Charter principals must certify all their staff successfully completed the training by the due date. They will retain these records as proof of completion to be provided upon request. Staff must score 70% (7 out of 10) on the quizzes they submit to you. The answer key for the quiz is located in the SC&D Charter HUB, only accessible to charter school principals.
To successfully complete the staff course, Charter staff must:
- Download the Training Quiz and Dating Violence Policy 5010 Charter Staff Training Module 2020-21. Print the Quiz and complete it as you read through the Training Module. Make sure you also read the presenter notes on each of the PDF's slide pages. The notes can be seen by clicking on the top right corner of each slide (it looks like a small yellow or orange box).
- You must score 70% (7 out of 10) to pass the quiz and successfully complete the training module.
- Retain a copy of the quiz as proof of your successful completion and turn the original into your principal.
All students in grades 6-12 must receive this annual training by September 18, 2020.
The 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 classes. Instructors teaching the student training module will click on the appropriate link below to access the training in Canvas. Teachers will then project the lesson to the class, while using the script located in the Files section of the course.
Principals must certify how and when the lessons were taught. BCPS principals will receive an email in September with a link to electronically certify completion in KickUp by 11/01/20. Charter principals will collect and retain proof of completion to be provided upon request.
Click on the links below to access the student training modules:
- GRADES 6-8 STUDENT POLICY 5010 TRAINING MODULE (Canvas course #658848)
- GRADES 9-12 STUDENT POLICY 5010 TRAINING MODULE (Canvas course #660196)
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.
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 by September 18, 2020. Some suggested methods of delivery are to post the link on the school's website, play it at a parent association meetings, or send its link home in 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.
Principals must certify how and when the training was made available. BCPS principals will receive an email in September with a link to electronically certify completion via KickUp by 11/01/20. Charter principals will collect and retain proof of availability to be provided upon request.
To view or share the parent training:
- BCPS staff and administrators go to Canvas Course #660200, The 2019-20 PARENT TRAINING MODULE.
- Charter staff and community members can go directly to the website housing the Dating Matters Understanding Teen Dating Violence Prevention online course.
INVESTIGATIVE DESIGNEE 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 must be an administrator and is responsible for receiving and investigating all dating violence reports, as well as insuring school-wide adherence to Policy requirements.
Each dating violence ID must complete the required annual training individually by October 18, 2020. Principals must certify their ID staff successfully completed the annual mandatory training:
- BCPS principals will receive an email in September with a link to electronically certify completion in KickUp by 11/01/20. If the ID registered in LAB and took the face-to-face training, BCPS principals will track staff completion in LAB. Instructions for accessing completion records in LAB are in the Mandatory Compliance Report for Principals (Tutorial). If face-to-face was not available and the ID took the Canvas course, the principal will have been provided a screen shot of the Course Progress screen showing successful completion - 7 out of 10 (or 70%).
- Charter principals will track ID completion by collecting the staff's Brainshark Certificates of Completion. They will retain these records as proof of completion to be provided upon request.
Click on the appropriate ID training link below:
- BCPS administrative ID for students in grades 6-12 with P-Codes (personnel numbers) must enroll and successfully complete the training. If face-to-face trainings are available, the ID registers in LAB for the district's annual Administrative Discipline Training, attends it, and completes all follow up requirements. If face-to-face training is not longer available, click on and register for the Canvas course, Investigative Designee Dating Violence Training Module, course #881759. After the ID successfully completes the Canvas course, go to "Course Progress" and print the screen (Ctrl P), then provide it to the principal as proof of successful completion.
- Charter school administrative ID for students in grades 6-12 WITHOUT P-Codes take the Brainshark Training, Policy 5010 Dating Violence ID Training for Charter Staff 2020-21. IDs will provide the Brainshark Certificate of Completion to the principal as proof of completion.
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. In it you can 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.