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HWB15058: Gatekeepers: Youth Suicide Prevention Awareness (Update 2015)
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Credit Hours: 3

This course meets the requirements of Act 770 of 2011. Gatekeepers is a suicide awareness and prevention program made available through the Arkansas Youth Suicide Prevention Task Force. The purpose is to heighten suicide awareness in adults by providing knowledge about warning signs, risk factors, and protective factors. Many suicides are preventable if adults can recognize the warning signs and respond with specific intervention skills. Objectives for this course include: recognize the warning signs, distinguish between facts and myths about youth suicide, understand the risk factors for suicidal behaviors, demonstrate intervention strategies, and identify resources at school and in the community.

This presentation includes A Life Saved, a true story about a suicide intervention told by students and a guidance counselor. The video is appropriate to illustrate the value of teaching suicide prevention.

HWB16027: Bell Ringer: A Concussion Awareness Course for Arkansas Coaches
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Credit Hours: 1.5

Every year, as many as 3.8 million brain injuries occur in athletics, and they are more common among children and students than star athletes. We often hear about concussions in professional football, but they can be a problem in any sport and at any age. To ensure the lifelong wellness of active youth, it’s essential to better understand the brain and the process of safely navigating brain injuries.

This course features the AETN documentary Bell Ringer: The Invisible Brain Injury. Through eye-opening interviews with former professional players, medical experts, and renowned researchers, we explore the short-term effects and long-term risks of concussions, how to handle them when they occur, and the best methods of preventing them altogether.

HWB17118: Act 1236 of 2011: Child Maltreatment (2017)
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Credit Hours: 2

Act 1236 of 2011: Child Maltreatment (2017)

As licensed professionals and school officials, one of our most vital responsibilities is to ensure that any concerns regarding the abuse or neglect of children are handled appropriately. This course, featuring Sherry Williamson from the Arkansas Commission on Child Abuse, Rape, and Domestic Violence, delves into the legal requirements of the Child Maltreatment Act and the penalties and protections relevant to mandated reporters. Ms. Williamson explains that it is the legal responsibility for all school officials, which includes any adult working in an administrative or supervisory capacity, to report suspicions of abuse directly to the child abuse hotline. Indicators of abuse and neglect are also provided, as well as recommendations for managing disclosures of abuse from children.

This course, which was recorded on April 25, 2017 at the AETN studios in Conway, Arkansas, meets the requirements of Act 1236 of 2011 for the 2017-2018 school year.

If you have reason to suspect the abuse or neglect of a child, call 1-844-SAVE-A-CHILD.

HWD14482: Bullying: Taking Charge, 2nd Edition
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Credit Hours: 11.5

In Bullying: Taking Charge, you will explore what bullying is and why it is important to address it on the student, teacher, and school level. You will also learn some practical tools for confronting and preventing bullying. Through video examples, in-depth readings, and problem-solving scenarios, you’ll learn how to recognize and detect bullying, address bullying with the bully as well as the victim, discuss bullying with students through classroom activities, and implement a community-wide bullying prevention program.

HWG14003: Dyslexia: A Three-Part Professional Awareness
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Credit Hours: 1

Please Note: Referral policies for school districts may vary. Before making a referral, please investigate your school's policies and follow them accordingly. 

In this three-part dyslexia professional awareness program, we look at some of the indicators of dyslexia, the need for screening and early intervention, and important processes like Response to Intervention and referral for evaluation. We hear from students, parents, and various professionals in the fields of medicine, psychology, and education regarding the importance of the science behind teaching a student who is dyslexic. Experts and students themselves say it takes patience, long hours, hard work, and practice to overcome dyslexia. It is our hope to whet your appetite and to instill in you the desire and a sense of urgency to learn more about Specific Learning Disabilities, especially dyslexia, and how to make a lasting impact in the life of each student, every day.

HWG14004: Bullying Prevention: Moving from a Culture of Cruelty to a Culture of Caring
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Credit Hours: 2

This course is comprised of four modules on the subject of bullying. It was designed and created specifically for educators by the Connect With Kids Education Network. Each module can be viewed as a standalone lesson; however, to understand the full impact of bullying and what can be done in our schools and communities to "move from cruelty to a culture of caring" it is recommended that all four modules be completed in close proximity to each other. Stacey DeWitt is the Founder and President of Connect With Kids Education Network. The Connect with Kids team has gone above and beyond what has been asked of them to create a program that not only looks at the problem of bullying and why it is occurring, but to help us decide what are we going to do about it, and to see how the interventions are working in other communities and schools.

HWG14007: The Jason Foundation: Suicide Awareness and Prevention - 'Choices'
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Credit Hours: 2

This course meets the requirements of Act 770 of 2011. This stand-alone, JFI training is an overview of the problem of youth suicide. Information is given about the magnitude, awareness and prevention of the problem and includes statistical data, signs of concern of possible suicidal thoughts, elevated risk factors and resources for help. (The "Choices" video is included in this module.) 

The mission of the Jason Foundation is to confront the "Silent Epidemic" of Youth Suicide by equipping young people, educators, counselors, and parents with information, tools, and resources to identify and assist at-risk individuals.

HWG14008: The Jason Foundation: Suicide Awareness and Prevention - Making a Difference
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Credit Hours: 2

This course meets the requirements of Act 770 of 2011. This stand-alone, JFI training is a more in-depth study of the problem of youth suicide and how teachers/youth workers can make a difference by gaining the tools and resources to help an at-risk student. It uses the educator’s tools of observation, identification and intervention to hopefully direct a positive future for a young person who may be suffering from suicidal ideation. Information from experts is included as well as a discussion of some of the mental health issues surrounding suicidal ideation. 

The mission of the Jason Foundation is to confront the "Silent Epidemic" of Youth Suicide by equipping young people, educators, counselors, and parents with information, tools, and resources to identify and assist at-risk individuals. 

HWG14009: The Jason Foundation: Suicide Awareness and Prevention - A Plan of Action
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Credit Hours: 2

This course meets the requirements of Act 770 of 2011. This stand-alone, JFI training module gives teachers and youth leaders practical information to establish a plan of action for the school and the teacher if suicide ideation is suspected or identified in a student. Suggestions for designing protocols of action to promote a safe environment and what actions to take for the teacher and the school at large are included. Prevention is the key and this module is a guide to being proactive in establishing the best possible attributes for the prevention of youth suicide or suicide attempts. 

The mission of the Jason Foundation is to confront the "Silent Epidemic" of Youth Suicide by equipping young people, educators, counselors, and parents with information, tools, and resources to identify and assist at-risk individuals.

HWG14010: The Jason Foundation: Suicide Awareness and Prevention - History of Suicide Prevention
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Credit Hours: 2

This course meets the requirements of Act 770 of 2011. In this stand-alone, JFI training module, Dr. Kenneth Tullis shares his own story and extensive research into the history of suicide prevention. He shares how religion, the law and science have all played a part in developing suicide prevention efforts. You will find this study to be interesting and informative. 

The mission of the Jason Foundation is to confront the "Silent Epidemic" of Youth Suicide by equipping young people, educators, counselors, and parents with information, tools, and resources to identify and assist at-risk individuals.

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