Welcome to KPR!
This information is for people who have been offered a position with KPR.
We are looking forward to having you on our team! In your offer package, you received information about your upcoming New Employee Orientation. At this session, you will learn about our culture and everything you need to know to kick start your KPR journey.
Before your first day, there is some information that you are required to review. After you have reviewed this information, please sign and submit the verification statement with your confirmation of employment.
Remember – All of your pre-employment conditions must be completed and submitted before you can start working.
Mission, Vision and Values
Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities
How May I Help You? (AODA) (35 min)
Accessibility and Human Rights Training
To be completed by all new employees
As per section 7, "Training", of the Integrated Accessibility Standards Regulation (IASR) made under the AODA, 2005, all staff and volunteers, as well as providers of goods, services and facilities to the Board, are required to complete the following training about the requirements of the IASR and the Ontario Human Rights Code as it relates to disability.
Please click on one of the links provided below (English or Français) and complete the videos and quizzes included in parts 1 through 5 of ‘Working Together: The Ontario Human Rights Code and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act’:
* An ASL/LSQ interpretation as well as French and English transcripts are available for each of the five training videos.
Accessibility Awareness Training for Educators
To be completed by school administration, teachers, ECEs, CYWs, EAs and other employees involved in program or course design, delivery and instruction ONLY.
As per section 16, "Training to Educators", of the Integrated Accessibility Standards Regulation made under the AODA, 2005, 'educators' refers to those employees involved in program or course design, delivery and instruction.
1. In partnership with the Government of Ontario, the Ontario Educational Services Corporation (OESC) has put together a website called, The Teachable Project, to provide educators with information and training pertaining to Accessibility Awareness.
Go to The Teachable Project website and complete the following:
a. View the Introduction: Message from Hon. David C. Onley (2.58 minutes)
b. Review and familiarize yourself with the links and resources available on The Teachable Project website aimed at supporting educators in achieving accessibility, equity and inclusion in Ontario schools.
2. Review and familiarize yourself with the resources available internally on KPR’s Accessibility and Equity, Diversity & Inclusion webpages.
Occupational Health and Safety
Worker Health and Safety Awareness in 4 Steps
Managers/Principals/Supervisors Only – Supervisor Health and Safety Awareness in 5 Steps
FOR TEACHERS ONLY - Online Anaphylaxis Training (35 min)
Safe, Caring and Restorative Schools
A safe and accepting learning environment is essential for student achievement and well-being.
Everyone – staff, students, teachers, parents, and community members – has a role to play in promoting a positive school climate and making schools safe and accepting.
This resource provides information on how school board employees must handle student incidents that occur at school, at school-related activities or in any other circumstances where the student’s behaviour can have a negative impact on the school climate.”
Please familiarize yourself with the responsibilities you have as a KPR employee which can be reviewed in the following link:
MUST READ POLICIES
Please Note: The above are in addition to all other Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board employment requirements (Police Record Check, etc.) which were outlined in your conditional offer of employment.
PLEASE NOTE: If for some reason you are experiencing technical difficulties, please call the Help Desk at 877-741-4577 or 705-742-9773, extension 2088.