Required on-line trainings for all staff
In an effort to make sure that we are providing you all of the information and tools that you need, we have made the decision to put together a suite of annual, on-line trainings about things that you really need to know, such as how to report abuse or neglect of a child, what FERPA really prohibits/allows, and emergency protocols. Some of these trainings are required by law. All of them will guide you in your work. We will all engage in these trainings in lieu of district-wide face-to-face training for all employees. They cannot be used toward Flex Days.
Directions to locate the trainings -
First of all - DO NOT USE INTERNET EXPLORER. IE is not compatible with the Compliance Trainings application. Chrome or Firefox is best.
Navigate to the Education Service Center Region XI website. Go to the Professional Learning tab. Click on the Compliance Training logo.
Enter your Aledo ISD email address (please use 'aledoisd.org'). It will prompt you to create a password.
You will then be directed to 'Register', thereby giving you access to Compliance Training videos. Please be aware that Region XI offers more trainings than required by Aledo ISD.
See the list below for the specific trainings you need to complete.
These trainings are:
1. Anaphylaxis and Auto-Injectors
2. Bloodborne Pathogens
3. Bullying Prevention
4. Child Abuse & Maltreatment
5. Sexual Harrassment
6. Teen Dating Violence & Abuse
7. Texas Educator's Code of Ethics
8. Multi-Hazard and Standard Response Protocol (Please register in Eduphoria/Strive, then follow the directions to the video link and the request for credit following completion).
ALSO - INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF must complete additionally: (to include Administrators, Teachers, Coaches, Trainers, PE Personnel, Librarians, Nurses, Counselors, Principal Secretary, PEIMS, Receptionist, Instructional Paraprofessionals, Diagnosticians, Speech Therapist, Visiting Teacher, and Police.
9. FERPA: Family Educational Rights & Privacy Act
10. Section 504
These required trainings must be completed before November 1, 2019.
- For our staff who clock thier time in Time and Attendance, this training will need to be done when you are on the clock, so you may complete the training only while you are on the clock during work hours. Your supervisor will guide you on the best times to complete these trainings during work hours.
- For staff members who do not utilize Time and Attendance to track work hours, you can complete these trainings any time before November 1, 2019. You may complete these trainings outside of your traditional weekly work hours. Your supervisor will guide you on the best times to complete these trainings during work hours.
- Please note that employees in certain positions will also receive required trainings from their supervisors or other designated trainers.
We recognize that this is a change from Aledo ISD’s previous practice. Thank you for helping us engage in a more robust and efficient way for all of us to complete this necessary training.
Please contact HR if you have any issues or questions.