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Tuesday, February 27, 2024

Prevention starts with preparation. Active shooter response training and learning how to physically prepare for an incident is critical, but equally important is mental preparation.   

Fear and panic might seem like the same thing, but fear is an emotion, warning us of impending danger. Panic, however, is a stress response that limits our ability to process information, apply training, and make decisions.  

Don’t miss this informative session with our Director of ALICE Training, George Hunter. George will explore the relationship between stress, panic, and performance levels. Participants will learn about: 

  • The Yerkes-Dodson Law and how just the right amount of stress leads to a peak level of performance.   
  • How training and preparation can help to manage stress levels, leading to higher performance and increasing the chance of survival. 
  • Navigate360’s GAPS (Goals, Awareness, Panic, Self-Talk) approach to minimizing panic, managing stress, and building resilience. 

Come learn how Navigate360 provides tools to enhance your ability to respond to a critical incident, reducing anxiety and building confidence to help schools prepare for the unthinkable.  


Crisis Readiness Strategies: Mastering
Stress & Performance

with George Hunter


Date: Tuesday, February 27, 2024

Category: Webinar