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Threat Assessment Training Across the Nation

Our team has been busy conducting threat assessment trainings throughout the country and it has been an honor to share the knowledge of school violence prevention with so many educators across the nation. “School violence is preventable, and the ability to prevent it is learnable,” states Eric Wittig, Threat Assessment Process Consultant. “With a foundation in evidence-based collaborative work completed by the United States Secret Service and Department of Education, Student Threat Assessment trainings offer an introduction to recognizing and managing dangerous behaviors within a school setting. After an overview of these concepts, attendees work through case studies in the Threat Assessment software program, building confidence in their ability to apply student threat assessment in their own districts. To learn more about Threat Assessment Training read about ALICE Training Remote Training Seminar.

Let’s see what the team has been up to across the country!

Youngstown Diocese

Northeast Ohio

Eric Wittig spent the day training school principals within the Youngstown Diocese on the threat assessment process and the Behavioral Threat Assessment Manager on September 10th. Now, the principals are ready to take what they learned back to their schools.

Central Indiana Educational Service Center

Central Indiana

Shannon Zaher, Director of Marketing, led a group of ESC Directors and program coordinators through a threat assessment training at Central Indiana Educational Service Center on September 9th.

Quaker Valley School District

Western Pennsylvania

Eric Wittig spent time on September 9th with threat assessment teams and first responders in Quaker Valley School District to train them on threat assessment processes and how to utilize their Behavioral Threat Assessment Manager.

Olentangy School District

Central Ohio

Thom Jones, General Manager, led staff at Olentangy School District through Behavioral Threat Assessment training on September 3rd giving them the tools they need to move students off a path of violence.


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