IESNO 2022 Fall Conference Training

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The mission of the Inland Empire School Nurse Organization is to promote and strengthen its members in their role as the primary health professional within the educational community. This will be accomplished through: professional development, legislative advocacy, and communication with members. The primary responsibility of board directors is to participate in the development of policy and major decision-making at board meetings held once a month during the school year from August to May. Another key responsibility is to actively assist in the promotion, planning, and implementation of two conferences per school year. Other key responsibilities are monitoring the IESNO goals and objectives, assisting in fundraising activities, and representing school nurses in the broader community. 

See below for great on-line school nurse training
on Specialized Healthcare Procedures
5 CEs are available for the below video trainings.
Module 10 - 2 additional CEs - Previous Conference on Legal Aspects of School Nurses

If this is your first on-line class with Skills for Schools you will need to CREATE AN ACCOUNT.
Click on one of the trainings below - type in your email and a password, then click CREATE ACCOUNT at the bottom left.
CEs are provided by Riverside County Office of Education CEP #12145
To receive CEs you need to:
Watch the entire video
Complete the evaluation (module 9)
Go to to pay for the conference - if you have paid for our in-person conference (this on-line training is included).
No payments are being made to Skills For Schools.

Specialized Healthcare Procedures in the School Setting

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