Safe Schools Against Violence in Education (SAVE)
On July 24, 2000, Governor George E. Pataki signed legislation (Senate Bill 8236) entitled Project SAVE (Safe Schools Against Violence in Education), to enhance and promote safety and create a more effective learning environment within New York State’s schools. This project involves the entire community and identifies all family and school members as protagonists of the educational and safety process. It promotes training in different topics that ensure the normal and successful development of students.
Child Abuse: Prevention & Interventions (CAI)
The term child abuse generally describes the most serious harms committed against children by the persons who are responsible for their care. This course describes and refers to all forms of child abuse. It presents in a clear and precise way the characteristics and consequences of this social problem that affects children of all socioeconomic levels, with serious consequences in all the spectra of life. It also describes government efforts to stop it and the steps for all professionals to report cases that require it.
Infection Control: New York State Approved
This course is intended for people who need Infection Control Training in New York, according to the OSHA 29 CFR 1910.1030 standard, as part of their job requirement because they may face occupational exposure to Bloodborne Pathogens and infectious disease. This course is approved by New York State Education Department (NYSED) and New York Department of Health (DOH).