Cincinnati, Ohio (Dec. 6, 2016) – For the seventh consecutive year, SafeSchools Training, the leading online staff training system for K-12 schools, has been named a District Administration Magazine Readers’ Choice Top 100 Product. Developed by Scenario Learning, LLC, the SafeSchools Online Staff Training System simplifies safety and compliance training for busy school administrators. The system delivers 100 percent school-focused training courses, including Active Shooter, Bloodborne Pathogens, Bullying Prevention, Slips, Trips & Falls and more, all authored by leading experts. Staff can train when it’s most convenient, from any web-enabled device and the system automatically tracks training completions and delivers valuable compliance reports to administrators.
Nominated by K-12 superintendents and school leaders nationwide, the annual awards program identifies the industry’s best products that have excelled in technology, sustainability and curriculum instruction. This year’s winners were compiled from more than 1,500 nominations from District Administration readers over the past year.
“To receive this award seven years in a row is especially meaningful because nominations are driven by our loyal customers,” said Joel Petersen, Vice President of Sales at Scenario Learning. “We’re proud that SafeSchools Training continues to be the first choice for busy school administrators who need an easy-to-use solution that simplifies training compliance.”
Using the online system, administrators can automate and simplify training administration, saving valuable time and money. Administrators can upload district-specific policies and custom courses to the system and easily assign them to staff. And, the system makes it easy to track training completions, monitor training progress, download compliance reports and view or print certificates of completion, giving administrators one comprehensive training system.
“Learning about all the products being used to help districts succeed is inspiring,” said JD Solomon, District Administration’s editorial director. “All of our 2016 honorees should be very proud of this achievement.”