CORPORATE LEARNING SYSTEMS
360training | October 18, 2022
360training, a leading provider of online regulatory training, released two free active shooter training courses focused on keeping communities safer. One course is developed for children, and the other course is developed for adults.These research-backed courses teach how to identify and protect oneself when faced with active shooter events. Both courses were developed by experts in public and private sector safety and security.
"After so many violent events, our communities deserve to feel safe. The United States government has yet to respond in any meaningful way to the heinous gun violence and mass shootings that have been on the rise for years. At 360training, we're no longer just bothered, saddened, and disturbed by this we're ready to take action. As a national online education company, we have the unique opportunity to help our communities by offering these free courses that educate children and adults on how to respond during an active shooter event."
Tom Anderson, CEO of 360training
Though 360training cannot create gun safety regulations, the company is dedicated to making a positive change. In furthering its mission to provide training that enables safe, healthy communities, 360training is offering two free active shooter training courses dedicated to students and the general publicSafe In School is an age-appropriate training for children aged 6-12. The course is customized to help students identify a school shooting event and know how to react in case of a violent event. This course is intended to be viewed with adult supervision and includes designated breaks to allow for check-in conversations.Active Shooter Awareness is designed to teach adults the skills to recognize and react in life-threatening situations outside the home. It is intended to teach adults the warning signs to recognize a dangerous situation and how to react and cooperate with first responders. Those who take the courses will be able to understand how to cooperate with emergency responders, identify behavior, conditions, and causes of active shooter events, and be better prepared to deal with the psychological impact of active shooter events.
About the Course Consultants
360training consulted with Michael S. D'Angelo and Lindsay Loewe, LPC, NCC to create these comprehensive active shooter training courses. Michael is a board-certified security consultant and former Captain of the City of South Miami Police Department, and Lindsay is a trauma-informed psychotherapist in Wisconsin with over 12 years of experience working with children and families.
360training is an integrated digital training and compliance platform for highly regulated industries. Through a unique combination of differentiated technology and deep regulatory expertise, 360training enables professionals to attain jobs and maintain industry-mandated requirements while helping organizations develop their workforces and remain compliant. 360training's robust, proprietary content library offers over 6,000 courses across major business verticals: Environment Health & Safety, Food & Beverage, Real Estate, Healthcare, Financial Services, and more.
eDynamic Learning | October 28, 2022
eDynamic Learning North America's largest provider of Career and Technical Education (CTE) and elective digital curriculum for grades 6-12, announces it has expanded their scholarship offerings to include the new Passion to Purpose Student Scholarship Program. The Passion to Purpose Scholarship Program joins the company's growing Recognition & Rewards Program that honors, recognizes, and awards students and teachers and their accomplishments and contributions. The Passion to Purpose Scholarship Program will offer students an opportunity to write an original essay where they can reflect on their career exploration journey, visualize their future, and share their story. Every year, hundreds of thousands of middle and high school students use eDynamic Learning curriculum and now they can benefit even more from their experience by sharing their story about the impact the curriculum has had on their lives and in helping them make decisions about their future. This new scholarship program will complement the long-standing and popular Virtual Business Simulation Scholarship Programs for students that use Knowledge Matters' simulations. The combination of these programs will now offer the most scholarship programs available for K-12 students focused on career education in North America by one organization.
"Our mission is to help students explore their career options early and often, so they can discover their skills, talents, and interests and do what they love. We are proud to grow our student recognition programs to support and highlight the valuable contributions students will make to our workforce and economy in the future,"
Jerry Wooden, CEO of eDynamic Learning.
There will be two 1st place award recipients, one award will be open to all students who meet the qualifications of the program and the other 1st place award will be reserved for students with a documented Individualized Education Program (IEP), 504 Accommodation Plan or disability, as indicated by their guardians and teachers when applying. There will also be 2nd and 3rd place prizes as well as 10 finalists. Winners will receive valuable scholarship funds and the finalists will receive digital badges and their essays will be published on the eDynamic Learning website, where they will receive official recognition as a published author. Complete Scholarship Program details can be found on the Passion to Purpose website. Essay submissions will be accepted beginning March 1st, 2023. Our goal is for all students participating in the scholarship program to discover that learning challenges or disabilities do not define your future. We hope our scholarship opportunities help motivate and precipitate students to reach their educational goals whether their chosen career requires certifications, a license, college, or a 2 year degree, said Tyler Wood, Vice President of Marketing & Professional Development at eDynamic Learning. The company's Fall 2022 Virtual Business All-Access Scholarship competition kicked off earlier this month and Virtual Business Challenges with Career and Technical Student Organizations (CTSO) partners are also underway where student competitors will have the chance to win scholarship money. Registration for the DECA, FBLA, & FCCLA CTSO virtual events are still open and will remain open during, and in between, qualifying rounds. Challenge participants and CTSO advisers can register at the Knowledge Matters challenge page. Throughout the years, the company has remained dedicated to offering students a chance to earn scholarship money. These scholarship opportunities have offered an extreme value to students as well as teachers as they provide an additional level of engagement in their classrooms. Many students also find that including their competition scores on resumes or college applications has been extremely beneficial. eDynamic Learning's Recognition & Rewards Program also offers an avenue for educators to be appreciated and acknowledged through the Career Compass Teacher Awards, which honors outstanding teachers and provides opportunities to earn a curriculum grant, complimentary professional development, and much more. The Empowered Educators Program gives educators an opportunity to participate in pilots, provide input and feedback and ensure our programs are the best they can be for teaching and learning.
About eDynamic Learning
With offices in Southlake, Texas, Hadley, Massachusetts, and Kelowna, BC, Canada, eDynamic Learning is a teacher-founded company, established with a mission to support schools in helping students find their passion and ensure they leave high school with the knowledge and preparation needed to make life-shaping college and career decisions. eDynamic Learning offers nearly 250 CTE and career-focused elective digital courses and Knowledge Matters' career-based simulations. All curriculum is available online and works continuously in any instructional model, and is compatible with nearly all LMS systems.
YuJa | November 28, 2022
Franciscan University is enhancing teaching and learning and boosting the digital accessibility of its content through its agreement with YuJa, Inc., a leader in ed-tech solutions. The Steubenville, Ohio, university has implemented both YuJa Enterprise Video Platform and YuJa Panorama to complement Canvas, its learning management system (LMS). Initially, the institution was seeking a replacement video recording and editing, media management, and quizzing solution for Vidgrid, which is phasing out its education offerings. It was through a pilot program that Franciscan University recognized that YuJa Enterprise Video Platform and YuJa Panorama would seamlessly integrate with its LMS, improving accessibility across the Canvas platform and amplifying recordings, media management and quizzing to provide the tools for every student to succeed.
“The Video Platform’s built-in accessibility features are enhanced by YuJa Panorama, Each product works as a standalone offering or combines to help deliver engaging video and media content. We’re excited for the Franciscan University community to leverage the capabilities to create an even more powerful teaching and learning experience.”
Nathan Arora, Chief Business Office at YuJa Inc.
ABOUT FRANCISCAN UNIVERSITY
Founded in 1946, Franciscan University of Steubenville is no ordinary university, and a Franciscan education is no ordinary education. It is an education as rigorous and demanding as it is faithful-an education that challenges its students intellectually, forms them professionally, and feeds them spiritually. The university has more than 3,000 students in 40 undergraduate and eight graduate degree programs. The student body is 97 percent Catholic, and the university has the largest number of students majoring in theology, catechetics, and philosophy of any Catholic university in the United States.
ABOUT YUJA, INC.
YuJa is a leader in ed-tech solutions. Our platforms provide organizations of all sizes with the tools to educate, engage, inspire and collaborate. We serve learning enterprises within all sectors, including higher-ed, K-12, government, healthcare, non-profit and corporate. We have legal headquarters in Delaware with primary U.S. offices in Silicon Valley, California, and Canadian offices in Toronto.