Earn your 2021 COVID-19 Education Safety Manager Certificate. Update your knowledge with the latest information.
As COVID-19 rages on, government guidance and proven best practices have shifted based on evolving scientific research. Although vaccines are becoming available, the roll out will be a long process, requiring you to maintain safety protocols for the foreseeable future. At the same time, you need to update policies to address vaccination.
Schools must keep staff, students, and families safe from COVID-19. Accomplishing this goal requires a focused education safety manager familiar with relevant laws, proven practices, testing procedures, and personal protective equipment.
Our COVID-19 Education Safety Manager Certification program will enable you to:
- Learn OSHA requirements
- Establish school safety protocols
- Protect schools and districts from potential legal liability
- Prove your knowledge to colleagues, students, and families with your COVID-19 Education Safety Manager Certificate
We have packed a large volume of interesting and useful content into three engaging webinars, including detailed procedures that you can apply immediately to help prevent a coronavirus outbreak.
COVID-19 and CDC Guidelines: How To Design A Classroom For Social Distancing
- Latest guidelines from the CDC and OSHA
- Most effective classroom layouts
- Alternatives to traditional desks
- Strategies to ensure safe distancing
- Incorporating in-person, hybrid, and distance learning models
COVID-19 Vaccines, Testing, And Masks: Keeping Your Students And Employees Safe In 2021
- Testing and temperature checks
- Vaccination requirements for employees and students
- Strategies to address people who refuse vaccines
- Factors for a safe return to campus
- Balancing individual concerns with community safety
- COVID-19 policies
COVID-19, Sickness, and Students in the K-12 Schools: Step by Step Guidance
- Student monitoring
- Student medial privacy laws
- Techniques for training employees to address student illnesses
- Parent communications
- Best practices for involving public health departments
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