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In addition to the course listed below, Biz offers numerous opportunities to earn CEUs and learn skills online.

Ed2go: Monthly, convenient programs with an interactive six-week format that offer an award of completion with passing score.

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CEPE099  –  Identifying & Reporting of Child Abuse

New York State law mandates many licensed professionals, teachers, and school administrators to complete a two-hour course regarding the identification and reporting of child abuse and maltreatment. You will learn: -how to identify and report child abuse/maltreatment -the statutory reporting requirements You must attend the full two hours of this workshop to fulfill NYS requirements for your certificate of completion.

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Date(s) Meeting Day(s) Time Location    
11/5/2022 A 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM Live Online Fee: $50.00 Share

Prerequisites: Please enter last 5 digits of your social security number in the licensed professions field. This is required for uploading to the TEACH account.

 

CEPE353  –  Schools Against Violence Ed Training

This workshop introduces research-based strategies and experience for preventing and dealing with the effects of school violence at all grade levels. As of February 2, 2001 all applicants for certificates in administrative and supervisory service, classroom teaching service, and pupil personnel service are required to complete at least two clock hours of course work training in school violence prevention and intervention. This course meets the requirements Pursuant to Chapter 181 of the Laws of 2000, Education Law Section 3004(3) and Part 57-2 of the Regulations of the Commissioner of Education.

Additional Info:

Date(s) Meeting Day(s) Time Location    
10/8/2022 A 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM Live Online Fee: $50.00 Share

Prerequisites: Please enter the last 5 digits of your social security number in the licensed professions field. This is required to upload attendance to your TEACH account.

 

CEPE613  –  DASA Dignity for All Students

The six hour training is designed to meet the DASA requirements for teachers in New York State. The course reviews the DASA act, looks at the causes and effects of bullying on students and schools, and presents ways to work with bullies and victims. Several models will be used to explain the needs of children who are bullied and what happens when these needs are not met. Participants will be challenged to look at their own backgrounds and assumptions about bullying and come up with strategies to prevent bullying in their classrooms and schools. Cyber bullying will also be highlighted.

Additional Info:

Date(s) Meeting Day(s) Time Location    
10/15/2022 A 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Live Online Fee: $75.00 Share
Date(s) Meeting Day(s) Time Location    
12/3/2022 A 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM Live Online Fee: $75.00 Share

Prerequisites: Please enter the last 5 digits of your social security number in the licensed professions field. This is required to upload attendance to your TEACH account.

 

CEPE613  –  DASA Dignity for All Students

The six hour training is designed to meet the DASA requirements for teachers in New York State. The course reviews the DASA act, looks at the causes and effects of bullying on students and schools, and presents ways to work with bullies and victims. Several models will be used to explain the needs of children who are bullied and what happens when these needs are not met. Participants will be challenged to look at their own backgrounds and assumptions about bullying and come up with strategies to prevent bullying in their classrooms and schools. Cyber bullying will also be highlighted.

Additional Info:

Date(s) Meeting Day(s) Time Location    
10/15/2022 A 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Live Online Fee: $75.00 Share
Date(s) Meeting Day(s) Time Location    
12/3/2022 A 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM Live Online Fee: $75.00 Share

Prerequisites: Please enter the last 5 digits of your social security number in the licensed professions field. This is required to upload attendance to your TEACH account.

 

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