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Threat Management

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Threat Management Certification Course

September 20, 2021 | 10:00am-5:00pm ET 

 

Questions? Contact NABITA at (484) 321-3651

Pricing
Non-member: $799
Member: $699

Please contact events@nabita.org at 610-993-0229 x 1016 for information on group pricing.

Course Description:

You know how to conduct a violence and threat risk assessment, now learn how to use the information from the assessment to manage the threat and risk over time.

From managing affective, emotionally driven violence to responding to potential targeted or predatory violence, the presenters will discuss strategies for mitigating risk and increasing safety related to individuals who remain at the institution with a significant risk profile.

Relying on case studies, this course will provide participants with an in depth understanding of how to engage with a student following a violence risk assessment to reduce their risk, increase their protective factors, and enhance their ability to remain a safe member of the campus community. Presenters will discussion non-clinical interventions such as working with a case manager, employing progressive sanctions through the conduct process, and engaging student affairs professionals as support resources, as well as clinical strategies such as connecting the student with clinical treatment providers.

In this course, you will:

  • Learn how to manage high risk individuals following a violence risk assessment
  • Learn specific strategies for decreasing risk factors and increasing protective factors for at risk individuals
  • Gain an understanding of due process, ADA protections, and other legal considerations related to the separation of students who pose a risk to the community
  • Discuss how to engage various stakeholders and resources in the risk management process
  • Who should attend:
  • BIT/CARE team members
  • Case Managers
  • Dean of Students/Principals
  • Disability and ADA/504 staff
  • Residential Life staff
  • Law enforcement, School Resource Officers
  • Counseling and clinical staff

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NABITA reserves the right to record any of our Training & Certification Courses. Participating indicates your assent to being recorded, and for that recording to be used by NABITA for any purposes. If you prefer not to be recorded, please contact us once you register, and we will make arrangements for your participation without identification.

PLEASE NOTE: Certification refers to 
registration at a qualifying event; NaBITA cannot and does not assureindividual attendees’ knowledge, expertise, or command of the material. NaBITA provides no guarantee that any registrant actually attended a qualifying event, listened to or paid attention to the content, acquired the intended learning outcomes, or is able to apply them. NaBITA disclaims any responsibility for the professionalism or competence of any particular or individual trainee, and by their attendance, registrants accept and agree that NaBITA and its trainers are not responsible for the errors, omissions, and/or negligence of registrants or their employers.


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