School Based Staff/Behavioral Health Partners/Before & After School Providers: Staff to students in grades 6 through 12 will meet the requirements for Dating Violence Prevention Policy 5010 by clicking the button below and successfully completing the Brainshark. Login to Brainshark with your individual ID, view the training module, and upon its successful completion, receive a certificate of completion.
2017-18 STAFF Training Module
Students Grades 6-12: Meet the requirements of Dating Violence Policy 5010 by having all students, grades 6 though 12, view this training module. Principals will create a plan to administer the training to all their students – for example, by having all first period teachers play it for their class, having each grade level view it as an assembly, etc. Staff can access the Brainshark by clicking on the button below and logging onto Brainshark using their individual staff ID.
2017-18 STUDENT Training Module Enhance the Module
Students Grades 6-12 in Schools without access to the BCPS Brainshark: Teachers or administrators wishing to provide students, grades 6-12, with the yearly requirements of SBBC Dating Violence Policy 5010 may do so by utilizing this video.Download Video Enhance the Module
Investigative Designee: In accordance with Policy 5010, each school has an Dating Violence Investigative Designee (ID) who is designated by the school Principal. The ID is the administrator responsible for receiving and investigating all dating violence reports, as well as ensuring school-wide adherence to Policy requirements. ID’s complete their required annual training by clicking on the Training Module button.2017-18 Investigative Designee Training Module
Parents/Caregivers: The Dating Matters Understanding Teen Dating Violence Prevention 60-minute, interactive online training is designed to help educators, youth-serving organizations, parents and others working with teens understand the risk factors and warning signs associated with teen dating violence.