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KSBA offering training on compliance with state rules on seclusion and restraint of students; one-day session set for July 25 in Lexington
KSBA offering training on compliance with state rules on seclusion and restraint of students; one-day session set for July 25 in Lexington

Kentucky public school personnel, including contractors who perform tasks typically performed by employees directly employed by the school district, are required by 704 KAR 7:160 to receive annual training on the restraint and seclusion regulation and related district policy and procedure.

Get your questions about Kentucky’s restraint and seclusion regulation requirements answered by an experienced school law attorney, namely Teresa T. Combs. KSBA’s experienced policy and procedure staff also will be available to discuss model policies, procedures and forms to assist with meeting documentation requirements.

Learn about requirements and tips for practical and legally defensible implementation of the restraint and seclusion regulation in an atmosphere free of disruption. This training will provide pointers that will make administrators more confidant and provide implementation guidance to other school district staff. Online registration is now live here http://www.ksba.org/protected/EventView.aspx?id=7YA0AGI0

This training will flesh out the Kentucky statutes that are cited in the regulation that concern the type of property damage and disruption for which students can be restrained, etc. Administrators will be provided with information they need to train district staff on prudent implementation of the restraint and seclusion regulation.

Topics for the seminar include:

* When should staff physically restrain/seclude students?

* The meaning of references to KRS Chapter 503 in the Restraint and Seclusion Regulation

* Documenting the incident

* The debriefing session

* The complaint process

* KSBA Model Policy and Procedure

Registration is $165* per person for the first three district participants; $110 each for the fourth and fifth district enrollees and $100 each for the sixth person and beyond.

*Online registrations are for $165 per person, and the district invoice will be adjusted after the conference based on the total number of participants.

The deadline to register for the seminar is July 18.

The event will be at the Embassy Suites Hotel on Newtown Pike in Lexington. KSBA has a block of rooms reserved at the rate of $134.95. You must make your reservation by June 25 and identify yourself as a member of the KSBA group to get this rate.

For more information, please contact Jolene Shearer jshearer@ksba.org at KSBA at 800-372-2962.