The Fund's premier training includes the annual Members' Conference, seminars, and workshops covering every risk-related topic.

Title Date Location
Improper Employee-Student Relationships: Best Practices for Prevention and Response October 24


Student Privacy vs. School Security November 14


Protecting Staff and Student Data from Cybercrime December 5


Review our archive of past Webinars. Continuing education credit is not available for archived Webinars. 

Title Program Format
Fatigue Awareness For Drivers Auto Recorded Webinar
Turn Down the Turbulence in Transportation and White Fleet Losses with Incident Investigations Auto Recorded Webinar
Privacy and Information Security Coverage: What Does It Cover and How Can It Help My District? Liability Recorded Webinar
“Rumor Has It…” Understanding Title IX and the Inappropriate Teacher-Student Relationship Liability Recorded Webinar
A River Runs Through It: Learn Your Flood Coverage Property Recorded Webinar
It Hailed Last Night, Now What? A Review of Your Property Coverage Property Recorded Webinar
Unemployment Compensation End-of-Year Check-In: Subs and Reasonable Assurance Unemployment Recorded Webinar
How to File the DWC 3 Wage Statements for Community Colleges and other Educational Entities Workers' Compensation Recorded Webinar
How to File the DWC-3SD Wage Statements for ISD’s Workers' Compensation Recorded Webinar
Take Control of WC Reporting! Filing the First Report of Injury Workers' Compensation Recorded Webinar
Chemical Emergencies: Prevention and Mitigation General Recorded Webinar
Districts of Innovation Part I General Recorded Webinar
Districts of Innovation Part II General Recorded Webinar
Drones: Look before You Launch General Recorded Webinar
Firearms on Community College Campuses General Recorded Webinar
Firearms on School District Property General Recorded Webinar
Managing Waste Streams in Schools and Community Colleges General Recorded Webinar
Parent Student Reunification – It Doesn’t Have to Be the Long Way Home General Recorded Webinar
Strategies for Averting Disruptive or Unsafe Student Behavior General Recorded Webinar
Video Cameras in Special Education Classrooms General Recorded Webinar
What Do Texas School Officials Need to Know about ESSA? General Recorded Webinar

Need the Fund to come to you? We can provide training in your district, on your schedule. Contact your Risk Solutions consultant to determine the training that best meets your needs.

Title Program Description
Accident/Incident Investigation Workers' Compensation

A comprehensive approach to determining the cause of injuries. Training focuses on assigning roles, training role players, developing procedures, and review techniques.

Auditing Your Safety Program Workers' Compensation Covers techniques for examining current safety practices and developing benchmarks to evaluate performance.
Back Safety Workers' Compensation Instruction in the mechanical characteristics of the back and its susceptibility to injury. Covers correct exercise, lifting techniques, and cautions for handling heavy or awkward loads.
Confined Space/Entry Workers' Compensation Covers various entry conditions and reviews hazards that accompany such entries. In-depth discussion of the training, procedures, and safety techniques used in various entries.
Developing Employee Safety Incentive Programs Workers' Compensation Covers design and use of employee incentives in promoting a safe working environment, problems and pitfalls, and successful and unsuccessful applications in the workplace.
Electrical Safety Workers' Compensation Assists maintenance and mechanical personnel in working safely around electrical currents and devices. Covers principles of electrical grounding, safeguards, and practices designed to prevent contact with live circuits.
Emergency Management and School Security Auto, Property, Workers' Compensation Each of these sessions will assist your district in meeting the mandates and ethical responsibilities for keeping schools safe havens for learning.
Emergency Response Property, Workers' Compensation Overview of the TASB School Safety Emergency Response Manual for preplanning actions to be taken during emergencies.
Ergonomics Training Workers' Compensation Overview of the muscular-skeletal structures that are susceptible to injury by improper work practices and conditions. Focuses on the anthropometric relationship between the work environment and the worker. Helps supervisors design and modify work conditions to reduce workers' compensation claims.
Essentials of Vehicle Collision Investigations Workers' Compensation Assists WC, Property, Liability, and Auto program members in understanding basic terms and requirements for vehicle accident investigation.
Essentials of Vehicle Collision Investigations Auto, Property, Workers' Compensation Learn the basic terms and requirements for vehicle accident investigation.
Facility Inspection Programs Property Covers how to use check lists, diary systems, and outside emergency responders to develop a quality inspection program.
Fire Prevention Property Covers the basic elements of a proper fire prevention program, including awareness, training, practice, and inspections.
Fleet Safety Property Assists members in assessing fleet losses and devising practical responses to reduce the possibility of future losses. Separate courses for bus fleets and operational fleets are available.
Forklift Operator Safety Workers' Compensation Covers the safe operation and maintenance procedures applicable to use of forklifts and towmotors.
HAZCOM (Texas Hazard Communications Act) Workers' Compensation Required training for all employees covering the employees' right to know of hazards in the workplace relating to the use or storage of hazardous chemicals and substances. Covers how to find, read, and use Material Safety Data Sheets.
Hearing Conservation Workers' Compensation Covers the gross effect of noise on the human ear. Learn how to spot problems and discover methodologies for dealing with the conditions.
Heat/Cold Stress Workers' Compensation Seasonal training for employees facing the physical hazards created by extremes of temperature and humidity.
Lockout/Tagout Workers' Compensation Overview of one of the basic safety techniques designed to prevent the unwanted release of hazardous energy.
Managing Aggression Workers' Compensation Provides critical training to school districts on managing aggression in the workplace. Based on the Loss Prevention Safety Kit, which focuses on a variety of employee safety-related topics throughout the year - including aggressive behavior, fire safety, falls, electrical hazards - and the Workers' Compensation Loss Prevention Manual.
Materials Handling Workers' Compensation Procedures and processes to help eliminate or reduce the probability of losses due to materials handling.
Personal Protective Equipment Selection and Training Workers' Compensation Covers conditions that require use of personal protective equipment as well as the methods of selection and use.
Role of Supervisors in Safety Workers' Compensation Review of the responsibilities supervisors have in creating and maintaining safe work environments.
Safe Driver Standards Implementation Property Review of the elements necessary for Safe Driver Programs, including driver selection, training, and records maintenance.
Security and Safety Issues Related to School Districts Workers' Compensation Covers security basics for designing safe facilities, planning for control of workplace violence, and protecting property.
Security and Safety Issues Related to School Districts Property Covers security basics for designing safe facilities, planning for control of workplace violence, and protecting property.
Seven Components of a Successful Accident Prevention Program Workers' Compensation Outlines the seven steps for creating a safety program that meets the requirements of the Division of Workers' Compensation Hazardous Employer Program.
Slips, Trips, and Falls Prevention Workers' Compensation Awareness training concerning the greatest causes of workers' compensation injuries. Covers techniques for reducing frequency and severity of loss.
Supervisor's Blueprint for Unemployment Compensation Unemployment Focuses on how supervisors and administrators can coordinate their efforts to control losses. Includes is an overview of the unemployment compensation system, the importance of cooperation, hiring and firing practices, documentation, types of claims and how to address them, and an explanation of the base period concept and its effect on claim payouts.
Standard Response Protocol General This train-the-trainer course presents the SRP, how to train others on the SRP, how to conduct drills, and how to recruit partners such as law enforcement, fire, educators, and administrators.
Top 10 Questions and Answers about Unemployment Claims Unemployment Familiarizes participants with basic UC concepts, including the definition of misconduct and the base period. Teaches how to respond to a new claim and will become familiar with the most common claims and loss control techniques to address them.
Unemployment Hearings and Appeals Unemployment Overview of the TWC appeals process, including whether to file an appeal, how to file an appeal, and how to prepare for the hearing. Provides tips for participating in the hearing, understanding the Appeal Tribunal decision, and appealing to the Commissioners.
Using Loss Prevention Tools to Control Costs Workers' Compensation Overview of the tools available through a properly instituted loss prevention program. Discussion of the program's effect in preventing and reducing cost of loss.
Using Loss Prevention Tools to Control Costs Property Overview of the tools available through a properly instituted loss prevention program. Discussion of the program's effect in preventing and reducing cost of loss.
Vehicle Collision Investigation Auto, Workers' Compensation This course takes you through each step of an auto accident investigation. This helps determine causes, which is key to preventing recurrence.
Wage Reporting On Line Unemployment Telephone training to handle your quarterly wage reporting on line. Explains how reporting on the Internet saves time, money, and headaches. Written procedures provided.
Fatigue Awareness Auto, Loss Prevention

Having a driver that is fatigued increases the chance of a collision and puts everyone in danger. The first step in avoiding this risk is recognizing the signs and symptoms, and then developing an action plan to mitigate it. This webinar helps attendees understand potential risk of driver fatigue, recognize signs and symptoms, and most importantly: how to train and manage drivers to remain alert while behind the wheel.