Fingerprinting – Safe Environment Training
Thank you for your interest in becoming a diocesan employee and/or volunteer! Please note the Safe Environment Certification process consists of 2 Steps:
Step 1: Safe Environment video and quiz
Step 2: Fingerprinting
Begin by visiting https://www.orlandodiocese.org/safe-environment/english/. Please read the instructions carefully. You cannot submit fingerprints until you have completed the Safe Environment video and passed the quiz.
Step 1: Safe Environment Video and Quiz
1. Watch the Safe Environment Certification video. The video is about 25 minutes long.
2. When the video is complete, read the Diocesan Standards of Conduct and agree to terms. Proceed to quiz.
3. Enter the Entity Code provided by your parish/school office: 446 Choose your role/applicant type: volunteer, employee, vendor, clergy, or deacon. Click “next” to take the 20 question quiz.
4. Passing scores are 80% and above.
If you pass, you may immediately download your certificate. Results will also be emailed to your diocesan entity and to the office of Human Resources. Once the Safe Environment Certification quiz is complete, a Fieldprint code will appear specific to your entity. Please copy or write down this Fieldprint code as you will need to enter it in the next step. If you fail the quiz, you will be directed to Step 1.
Step 2: Fingerprinting
Visit www.fieldprintflorida.com to register for your fingerprinting appointment. You will need an email address for this part of the process. If you do not have an email address, please contact the Safe Environment Coordinator in your diocesan entity (parish/school office) for assistance. Please enter the Fieldprint Code on the “Reason for Fingerprinting” screen when prompted. Then complete Fieldprint registration and schedule your appointment.
TEAM: Together Everyone Achieves More
T.E.A.M. is a group of parents with children in Annunciation Catholic Preschool that organizes activities that promote fellowship among the families with a focus on family, fun, and unity. We will also, on occasion, present seminars to parents to assist with that ever-perplexing job of parenting. We encourage you to attend our functions and support the activities that are coordinated by T.E.A.M., because it directly benefits the Preschool, its teachers and in turn, our children. Our aim is to make all families at the Annunciation Catholic Preschool feel comfortable, united and informed, have a little fun, and know that your involvement makes a difference in your child’s education!
We would love to have new faces and ideas, and invite you to attend any of our meetings – and we would love to have Dads join! We know everyone has a busy schedule and can’t attend all meetings, but if you would like to become a TEAM member, volunteer, or have any suggestions, please contact Christie or Phyllis.
T.E.A.M. Events & Volunteering Opportunities
- Spring and Fall Parent Socials
- Family Fun Night
- Book Fair
- Fall Service Project