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. This is a free seminar however all attendees must be registered prior to event.
Developing Emergency Operations Plans (EOPs) K-12 101 Train-the Trainer (TfT) Training - March 11, 2019
This FREE full-day training presents important Federal guidance on school emergency management planning. The intended audience is potential master trainers as well as EOP planning team members from participating schools and districts responsible for training site-based planning teams interested in creating, revising, or enhancing school EOPs; school staff who serve, or will serve on their school or school district’s EOP planning team; and other interested community stakeholders, including first responders, emergency medical services personnel, law enforcement, and others.
The objective of this training is to help participants to:
- Describe key findings of the SSI
- Understand the purpose of a school threat assessment and the role of a Threat Assessment Team (TAT)
- List effective elements of a school threat assessment
- Identify the five stages of a school threat assessment
- Recognize how threats can be made online and how to identify these threats
This two-hour session will show you how to prepare for an active shooter or active killer emergency and increase your understanding about what to expect before, during, and after the event. Space is limited and pre-registration is required. Click on the title above for descriptive flyer and registration details.