February 9, 2016
MUSIC Partners with Scenario Learning for Online Safety Training
Cincinnati, Ohio (Feb. 09, 2016) – Scenario Learning, the leading developer of safety and compliance solutions for schools, colleges and workplaces, and the Missouri United School Insurance Council (MUSIC) announce a new partnership bringing the SafeSchools Online Staff Training System to MUSIC’s members. Members now have complimentary access to the market-leading training system and a suite of 10 online courses covering important school safety topics.
Online training topics available through the partnership include Bloodborne Pathogens; Bullying: Recognition and Response; Discrimination Awareness in the Workplace; FERPA; Slips, Trips & Falls and more. All SafeSchools Training courses are 100 percent school focused and written by leading safety experts to ensure that the content is relevant and applicable for staff members. Using the training system, administrators can easily assign training courses, automatically track progress, download compliance reports and view or print certificates of completion.
“Our company mission is to make the world safer and more inclusive, and this partnership will have a significant impact on a large number of students and educators throughout Missouri,” said Scenario Learning CEO Brian Taylor. “I applaud MUSIC for setting a national example of how to best support districts in their most important effort, school safety.”
MUSIC members looking for additional training opportunities have the option to upgrade to the entire SafeSchools Online Staff Training System with access to hundreds of expert-authored K-12 safety courses. Members will also have access to the Custom Course Tool in the training system, allowing administrators to easily build district-specific courses and policies that can be assigned to staff and tracked automatically.
MUSIC members who are ready to get started with SafeSchools Training should contact Scenario Learning at 1.800.434.0154 or [email protected]. For more information about the partnership, contact Jim Nulsen, Vice President of Business Development for Scenario Learning at [email protected].