Teen Dating Violence & Abuse - 012322
This online compliance training is on the topic of teen dating violence and abuse. This course will help raise awareness of teen dating violence, focus on strategies to prevent teen dating violence and abuse, and teach appropriate middle school and high school interventions for students involved in abusive dating relationships.

4 HOURS AFTER YOU REGISTER, log into the online classroom at https://esc11.instructure.com. Your username is the email address used in your ESC 11 registration profile. Your password is the one used in your ESC 11 registration profile. You may also use your existing ESC Region 11 Canvas username and password. Click the link that says "Forgot Password" should you need to retrieve it. Contact elearning.help@esc11.net. for help.

Audiences Assistant Principals, Counselors, Principals, Teacher - High School (Grades 9-12), Teacher - Middle School (Grades 6-8), Administrative Assistants, Central Office Administrators, School Health Personnel, Teacher - Elementary (Grades 1-5)
Prerequisite/Special Notes To begin your session, AFTER YOU REGISTER , log into the online classroom at https://esc11.instructure.com. Your username is the email address used in your ESC 11 registration profile. Your password is the one used in your ESC 11 registration profile. You may also use your existing ESC 11 Canvas username and password. Click the link that says, Forgot Password should you need to retrieve it. Contact Elearning.help@esc11.net .


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