Situational awareness has become a buzzword in the safety world. But what does it really mean? It is much more than just being aware. And paying attention is just the beginning. In this training, you will be shown what it means to truly be aware of your situation and -- just as important -- what to DO with that awareness once you have it.
Defusion training encompasses the spoken word as well as the unspoken word to defuse a person’s anger. It uses all forms of communication -- the verbal and the non-verbal -- to keep you and others safe, allowing you to solve problems, Simply put, defusion reduces the level of intensity of a crisis through words or action.
Learn the practical hands on skills it takes to defend yourself from danger. Building on the basic Run-Hide-Fight concepts, Threat Defense Training provides critical, practical in-the-moment skills that will protect you and others from a variety of active threats, including but not limited to active shooters. Learn these skills, practice and add them to your instinct arsenal. This session uses extensive audience participation and hands-on applications.
Crisis Communication shows you how to effectively communicate with other people during a crisis, whether you are alone or are part of a team. We address actual means of communication such as intercom phones, radios, and cell phones, along with others. Throughout this training we will focus on the ABCs of communication as a foundation for your crisis messages.
Not all threats are created equal. While some are simply a response to stress, anger or other emotional turbulence, others are fueled by a more premeditated, lethal focus that can lead to mass violence. The Threat Assessment course trains participants in the Salem-Keizer model, giving them the tools to efficiently and effectively analyze threats and approximate their severity. Participants will also learn about the research behind the model, how to build a threat assessment team, conduct witness interviews, create plans to mitigate threats and communicate their findings to need-to-know parties. A final, hands-on roleplay gives participants critical experience in using the tools they have just acquired. Attendees will leave prepared to start their own threat assessment program.
This presentation will teach attendees how to prepare for all types of crises. It includes four areas of focus: Identifying, Creating Plans, Communicating and Leading. Participants will also learn how to develop an overall safety culture and not just safety plans.
This presentation prepares participants to respond to all types of crisis. The focus is evenly divided between mindset and skill set, providing not only the means to deal with emergency situations but also the critical mental preparation to do so effectively. There will be four distinct sections: Crisis Response Team (What it is), Choose Your Role (3 Basic Safety Mindsets), How To Handle Any Crisis ( ACT3 model) and a final exam in which attendees put their newfound skills to use.
The Internet is part of our every day world. Like that world, it is full of experiences both positive and negative, helpful and dangerous. As children learn to navigate this world, it is critical that we equip them with the tools to do it right. This training will educate school staff in all aspects of Digital Citizenship and Cyber Safety across a broad range of digital media, from computers to smart phones. Topics include social media, dangerous apps, sexting and sextortion, cyberbullying, what to post and what not to post, cyber safety and how to cultivate and protect a lifetime digital identity. Suitable for a train the trainer model, this presentation will provide educators with resources and a ready-to-go slideshow to take the information back to their own students.