Thank you all very much for your guidance!! Is it odd that I can't find a policy from my district that addresses this?? I'll keep digging thought. Last night I did find some more info specifically about diabetes training that helped and is more of the 'canned' training that I can oversee. There is a business and professions code and Calif. Code of regulations that reads in part:
"...an unlicensed voluntary school employee should have been trained to at least the standards specified by the American Diabetes Association's training slides entitled "Diabetes Care Tasks At School: What Key Personnel Need to know: Insulin Administration" (Attachment A). Such a voluntary school employee should be regularly, and at least quarterly, supervised by a school nurse, physician, or other appropriate individual under contract with the LEA, providing the training, and with emergency communication access to the same school nurse or physician. Documentation of training, ongoing supervision, and annual written verification of competency are strongly recommended, and such documentation should be annually submitted to the LEA employing the unlicensed person by the school nurse or physician."
The trainings are located here... in case anyone else needs the info. Safe at School - YouTube