You and I could definately chat!
I work with a residential home for disabled children, and am also on perma-call! I care for about 40 kids- all school health needs, plus dr/dentist/eye appts, illnesses, immunizations, flu shots, etc... Uggh... I do lots of delegation because I HAVE to!!!
I am supposed to to medication tech training, CPR, AED, etc... training, but to be honest it's all I can do to keep my head about water with my other duties for the last year! I am outsourcing my training for now.... Hospital offers CPR, etc... and public health trains medication staff. I still have to orient all new employees (turnover seems high, so it is a never-ending duty!), and monitor ALL medication inventories, logs, counts, etc...
I orient staff to basic first aid, seizures, my phone #....???
I had plenty of concerns and did contact my state board of pharmacy and state board of nursing, (who are presently chatting amongst eachother about this school's needs) just to make sure everything we were doing was approved as far as delegation issues, etc.. go. Though I don't have ALL the answers I need yet, we are working on it! And I feel better for asking and getting their input!!! I was glad to learn I wasn't the ONLY one who didn't know!
Just incase it is of value to you- we are using a decision-tree type model developed with the Ohio school district and the American Academy of Pediatrics. It would be a great reference if nothing else! Google it, that is where I found it. I still need to personalize ours, but the copies are in the cottages now and that is a start!