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Madison Metropolitan School District

Employee Handbook 2021-2022

3.26 Mandatory Training

Bloodborne Pathogens (BBP)

This training is required upon hire and annually for employees in the following designated job categories: custodians, elementary secretaries, elementary, middle and high school building administrators, nurse’s assistants, nurses, security assistants, physical education teachers, special education teachers, special education assistants and substitute special education assistants. All new employees are strongly encouraged to attend a BBP training session as soon as possible after employment starts.

For additional information:

Bloodborne Pathogens Website

Anti-Harassment

All new employees must complete anti-harassment training within their first year of employment. It is only necessary to complete the training once.

For additional information:

Anti-Harassment Website

Act 81- Child Abuse and Neglect Training

 

All employees must complete training provided by the Department of Public Instruction within six (6) months of initial hiring and at least every five years thereafter. After completing the training, at the “Documentation of Completed Training” screen, press the "Email Your Supervisor" button. Enter the following email address: training@madison.k12.wi.us. MMSD Human Resources will be emailed the confirmation that Act 81 training was completed. You may have the training sent to your supervisor as well if you type a comma and space between each email.

The Mandatory Reporting of Child Abuse and Neglect-Training for All School Employees can be found at: https://media.dpi.wi.gov/sspw/av/child-maltreatment-part-1/story.html

Medication Administration

Administration of medication is governed by state law. The law requires that schools provide a Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI) approved knowledge and skills training to any employee (secretary, teacher, specialized education assistant, principal, nurse assistant, etc.) who administers medications as a function of their job duties via certain routes. These routes include inhaled, injected, buccal, intranasal, rectal, nasogastric tube, gastrostomy tube, and jejunostomy tube. Medications administered orally, topically, and eye and ear medications are not required unless staff administer them on a routine basis. Knowledge training is required every 4 years and is provided through the DPI website. Skills competency testing is provided by the school nurse and is required at least every year and more often if needed. The DPI Medical Training website can be reached via the District onboarding website at: https://sites.google.com/a/madison.k12.wi.us/newhire/training