School Violence and the Active Shooter -
March 7, 2019 Training Rescheduled due to Government Shutdown - Tenative new date April 16, 2019
This 4-hour course is designed for schools, to include administrators, principals, school faculty, teachers, staff, and associates, with responsibilities for Emergency Preparedness and Response to address the threat of an active shooter and other violent critical incidents on school (K-12) and college campuses.
It is a fact that the actions of school personnel during a critical incident will save more lives than emergency first responders. Statistically, once a shooting starts a life is taken every 15 seconds. It is imperative that school personnel act quickly to implement a response to school violence. During this course, attendees will receive informative presentations on the history and dynamics of school shootings, Awareness - Preparation and Response tactics for educators, behaviors of concern and reporting strategies, defensive classroom mindset, and the law enforcement response.
Tuition is free but all attendees must be registered to attend.
The REMS TA Center in partnership with the US Department of Education, Office of Safe and Healthy Students is offering this training. This on-site 8-hour Training by Request presents important Federal guidance on school emergency management planning. The training is designed for potential master trainers from participating schools and school districts responsible for training site-based planning teams interested in creating, revising or enhancing school EOPs.
The Readiness and Emergency Management for Schools (REMS) Technical Assistance Center in partnership with the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Safe and Healthy Students is offering a one-day Train-the-Educator training designed to familiarize schools and school districts with school behavioral threat assessments in preventing and reducing targeted violence at K-12 schools.
This two-hour session will show you how to prepare for an active shooter or active killer emergency as well as increase your understanding about what to expect before, during and after the event.
With the March 1 deadline for the annual update and approval of Comprehensive School Safety Plans, and new requirements and anticipated audits, MCOE is offering a Technical Assistance Workshop / Conference Call on two dates, and welcome you to invite members of your team who are supporting Safety Plan efforts and new compliance requirements in anticipation of audits this year.
- Tuesday, February 5, 2019 3:30 – 4:15 pm
- Friday, February 8, 2019 7:30 – 8:15 am
The conference call information is below:
- Dial 1-866-866-2244 - When prompted for entry code, enter 9371482 followed by the # sign - Hold