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School Bus Drivers
||Bus Driver & Attendant On-line Courses
There are two kinds of
who have had a crisis....
those who will.
- It is invaluable as remediation for drivers or attendants having difficulty with student management issues, and/or
- Employees who miss the annual state required continuing education program.
- There is an “Are You There?”, function that prohibits jumping ahead or walking away from the computer.
- Employees can take the course on their down time or at home.
- They can stop at any time and return to the place they left off.
- There are quizzes that must be passed with 80% minimum proficiency.
- Upon completion of the course, participants can print a certificate that can be included in their file as evidence of participation.
- Accepts all major credit cards, or fax a purchase order to 727-362-1984 along with your email address and a code will be mailed to you that allows access to the course.
How Bus Drivers Get Into Trouble Program 3
This is a 1- hour course.
Drivers are more & more concerned with their responsibility as a school official to exhibit appropriate driver-student relations. It is important to understand boundaries and the nature of a fiduciary relationship, plus know what s acceptable for appropriate and inappropriate touch and avoiding favoritism.
A new concern has surfaced with social networking issues. This unit provides guidelines for educators to include do s & don ts of friending and message content that can get drivers into trouble.
Drivers need to know tactics for overcoming biases and stereotypes. How do you rectify language patterns & be sensitive to terminology?
The course costs $12.95 per participant.
- Understand what a fiduciary relationship is and how that relates to their interaction with students.
- Learn about appropriate boundaries.
- Learn about appropriate and inappropriate touch.
- Learn how favoritism affects driver / student relations.
- Learn the problems that can occur when social networking with students.
- Learn guidelines for using social networking sites as it relates to friending students and the content of messages.
- Learn strategies for overcoming stereotypes and biases
- Learn how to rectify language patterns or case examples that exclude or demean any group.
- Learn to be sensitive to terminology
- Learn the extent of diversity in our world.
- Learn that the school bus is not the place for stereotypical, homophobic, racial, and/or biased comments.