Student Threat Assessment Training
February 27 @ 9:30 am - 3:30 pm$115 | Register for Class
**Limit to 50 Participants. Cooperative members will have priority registration until 2/13/2017 when all remaining seats will be opened to non cooperative members. Please contact email@example.com if you have questions**
About the Training: Student threats to staff or peers must be taken seriously by administration. Consistent practices, protocols and policies must be in place to assure accurate assessment and response to the posed risk in order to mediate and prevent possible harm of either the target or the accused. Multiple models exist across the state and locally. At this training, ESD 112 will share their model, process and forms with participants as well as highlight additional models across the nation. The training will also include a working lunch, a panel of local district administrators, an overview of the the Pierce County model and an opportunity to network with neighboring districts and discuss the pros and cons of creating a regional threat assessment response team for our region. *Cooperative members will have priority registration until 2/13/2017 when all remaining seats will be opened to non cooperative members.*
Participants will be able to:
1) Identify research and basic principles regarding threat assessment and threat management.
2) Describe at least four different threat models used by districts.
3) List new protocols, paperwork and practices for conducting threat assessments in their districts.
4) Practice threat assessment skills using table exercises and case reviews.
Audience: For school staff that serve, or will serve, on their school or school district’s EOP planning team and/or Threat Assessment team, as well as community partners, such as law enforcement.
About Our Presenters: Denise Dishongh LMHC, CDP and Adam Scattergood are Threat Assessment Coordinators at ESD 112
TPEP Goals Met: 5. Fostering and managing a safe, positive learning environment.
Clock Hours: 5 clock hours offered upon completion of the training for $10. Checks or credit card payments accepted (no cash please).
Registration Fee: $115/Person / PSESD Cooperative Members – No cost for up to 4 participants per PSESD Safety Cooperative District. 20% discount for additional participants. (Price includes lunch and beverage service).