Bloodborne Pathogens School Training Module
See information below for the Bloodborne Pathogens School Training Program and Medication Administration Training.
BEFORE YOU BEGIN
1. Make sure you know where to send your confirmation email (for example, to a supervisor, a principal, or human resources in your district.) Your school should provide instructions for where to send this email.
2. Keep a copy of your confirmation email as proof of training completion. If you transfer to a different school district within 5 years of taking the training, this email will serve as your proof of completion.
3. DPI is not responsible for keeping or maintaining records of course completion. This responsibility lies with the school district. Do not send your confirmation email to DPI.
4. It may take 10-14 business days to receive your confirmation email.
Due to the high volume of users taking this course, it may take 10-14 business days to receive your confirmation email. If you do not receive a confirmation email within 10-14 business days, please do the following:
- Check spam/junk email folders.
- Ensure all email addresses are spelled correctly.
- Separate multiple email addresses with commas (not spaces, periods, or semicolons.)
- Retake the training and submit the form again.
School Health Services Orientation
Epilepsy Foundation information page about seizures in youth provides links to information about types of seizures, statistics about epilepsy, its impact and diagnosis, treatment, cultural issues. The Epilepsy Foundation offers a variety of educational programs to help everyone from school nurses to child care providers and first responders.
Managing Students with Seizures: A School Nurses Training Program is a continuing education program designed to provide school nurses with information, strategies and resources that will enable him or her to better manage students with seizures by supporting positive treatment outcomes, maximizing educational and developmental opportunities, and ensuring a safe and supportive environment. Users set up an account (no cost) and receive continuing education contact hours from the CDC.
Seizure Training for School Nurses: Caring for Students with Psychogenic Seizures (PNES) is a program designed to provide the school nurse with information and resources to gain a better understanding of caring for students with psychogenic seizures. By the end of this course, participants will have tools and knowledge to help children and youth with PNES. The program consists of four modules to assist the school nurse in learning to effectively care for students with psychogenic seizures.