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Health Training Resources


Healthy Children Learn Better


Please read before beginning training.


It is the intent of the Legislature that, whenever possible, medication should be administered by a school nurse or licensed vocational nurse who has been trained in its administration. In the absence of a credentialed school nurse or other licensed nurse onsite at the school, the school district may provide school personnel with voluntary emergency medical training to provide emergency medical assistance to pupils. Medical unlicensed school personnel are authorized by law to administer emergency medication to students, such as auto injectable epinephrine, glucagon, insulin, or antiseizure medication. California Education Code (EC) Section 49414(a), 49414.5, 49414.7


Please complete the area checked off, including the video and power point. After viewing the video(s) and power point, complete the Certificate of Completion. To complete the training process, call the health office and schedule an appointment to meet with the site nurse. (You will be required, to perform a “return demonstration simulation,” administering the emergency medication).

EPI PEN Training

Diabetic Care and Management

Seizure Education