ANNUAL REQUIRED TRAINING

  • Metropolitan Education District (MetroED) is committed to creating and maintaining an environment where everyone, students, staff, and the community feels comfortable, respected, and free from unlawful discrimination, harassment, retaliation, and abusive conduct.

    To support this effort, all MetroED employees complete mandated training, identified by the State of California and individual position. To ensure compliance MetroED has adopted the Keenan SafeSchools web-based interactive and in-person courses. These trainings are designed to meet the requirements and help you understand your rights, responsibilities, and policies.

    The Keenan online courses satisfy the California training requirements for most positions. Others are provided in-person training for compliance. You will be assigned online coursework based on your individual job description.

    You are responsible for completing all mandated training on time. Mandated training is a condition of employment and is to be completed by the assigned due date. There are no exemptions or extensions for any mandated training.

    Please click here for MetroEd’s Governing Board policies and click here for MetroED’s safety plans to learn more about these important policies and procedures for Active Shooter, Bloodborne Pathogens Exposure Prevention, Bullying Recognition and Response, COVID-19, Defensive Driving, Injury Illness Prevention Program, Integrated Pest Management, Mandated Reporter: Child Abuse and Neglect, Sexual Harassment, Suicide Prevention, Title IX, and Workplace Bullying, and more. 

    The following reference documents and web pages are supplements to the Keenan Safe Schools online training for the 2021-2022 school year. Please refer to them for important information about the safety of our workplace.

    1. MetroGuide Employee Compliance Handbook (located on MetroED.Life Intranet under Human Resources)
    1. Safety webpage:
    1. Board policies:

    How to log on to the Keenan SafeSchools training program:

    Your mandated training assignments have been assigned in the Keenan SafeSchools program. All employees, substitutes, interns, and contractors working on behalf of the district are issued an active account.

    1. Using your web browser, go to the Keenan SafeSchools website for MetroED: https://metroed-keenan.safeschools.com/login
    2. Your username is your MetroED assigned email address (no password).
    3. You will see your training plan with assigned courses by position, due date, and allotted time required for each course.
    4. Training is accessible 24/7. You may stop and start as needed.
    5. To start a course click on the course title assigned. Courses have audio so be sure to turn up your speakers.
    6. You must finish each section and pass the quiz in order to receive credit.

      Optional: you may print your “certificate of completion” after each course for your records. The District does not need a copy as it has access to the online database.

      Optional: You have access to take additional courses of interest to you through Keenan SafeSchools, beyond the ones assigned and required.

      You will receive weekly email reminders, to your MetroED email account, until your training is complete.

    Troubleshooting tips:

    If you find that the program stops or hesitates, please try the following steps:

    • Make sure you are using a recent version of Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer or Safari. If you have any pending updates they may need to be completed to move forward with training.
    • Clear your browser's cache, which is typically located under your browser's history settings.
    • It is possible that device-specific browser extensions and/or pop-up blockers may be interfering with your training. Try accessing the training from another browser to rule out this possibility.

    Thank you in advance for learning about these important issues and completing the requirements.

    The District's Keenan SafeSchools online training is administered by Meagan Azevedo and Lisa Ketchum, please reach out to either for assistance, questions about the system, or issues you may be having with the training. 

2021-2022 SCHOOL YEAR COURSES

  • Courses assigned by position (due by September 21 or six weeks after hire):

    • Active Shooter: Employee / Supervisor
    • Bloodborne Pathogens Exposure Prevention (Cal/OSHA)
    • Bullying Recognition and Response (AB 2291)
    • COVID-19 (Cal/OSHA)
    • Distracted Driving
    • Injury Illness Prevention Plan (IIPP) (Cal/OSHA; Labor Code 6401.7) Employee / Supervisor
    • Integrated Pest Management (IPM) (Healthy Schools ACT; Pest Management Ed Code 17614; Food and Agricultural Code 13186.5) 
    • Mandated Reporter: Child Abuse and Neglect (AB 1432, Ed Code 44691; Penal Code 11165.7)
    • MetroED Guide Employee Compliance Handbook
    • Sexual Harassment Policy and Prevention (AB 1343, Government Code 12950 & 12950.1) Employee / Supervisor
    • Youth Suicide Awareness and Prevention (AB 1808)
    • Workplace Bullying Awareness and Prevention