Communicating Through Crisis

This Micro Module examines Effective Critical Incident Response strategies for School Administrators. As a school administrator, you are often at the center of a critical incident and are responsible for managing the crisis and communicating with staff, students, parents, and others about the situation. The form and scope of a critical incident can vary, but … Read more

Current Trends Module (Free Trial)

This Module will enhance School Safety / Threat Assessment teams’ understanding of the ever-changing digital landscape, provide updates and changes to all social media platforms, updates on trends, language and new ways students are communicating online.

Digital Threat Assessment®

Digital Threat Assessment® teaches participants to establish a Digital Behavioral Baseline through a Safety / Threat Assessment (SS/TA) lens. By engaging with popular social media applications, you will learn how to find and document worrisome digital media content originating from your school community. This training solidifies your understanding of how to effectively use DTA® as … Read more

Digital Threat Assessment® (Free Trial)

Digital Threat Assessment® teaches participants to establish a Digital Behavioral Baseline through a Safety / Threat Assessment (SS/TA) lens. By engaging with popular social media applications, you will learn how to find and document worrisome digital media content originating from your school community. This training solidifies your understanding of how to effectively use DTA® as … Read more

Fundamentals of Digital Threat Assessment® (Free-Trial)

Fundamentals of Digital Threat Assessment® (DTA) introduces participants to the concept of DTA and its place within the practice of Threat Assessment. Proactive and evidence-based, Fundamentals of DTA will assist your team in identifying individuals that may pose a threat to the safety of themselves or others.  [6 videos | Total run time 1 hour … Read more

Trauma Informed Safe and Caring School Communities

The ABCs of a trauma-informed approach help create environments where the brain is able to learn rather than exist in a state of hyperarousal. By understanding trauma and its effects, school staff can respond to challenging behavior in a way that supports the students, families, and staff alike.