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In Person

Other Colorado Trainings

Tier 1 Intensive Training in the Collaborative Problem Solving Approach
  • August 6-8, 2014, Hangar 61, Stapleton Fellowship Church, 8700 E 21st Ave, Denver, 80238
  • Presented by Collaborative Consultation & Counseling in partnership with THINK:KIDS
  • The approach used is based upon the model described in the book Treating Explosive Kids by Dr. Ross Greene and Dr. Stuart Ablon. This model has been applied to children with a wide range of social, emotional, and behavioral challenges, and in a variety of settings.
  • Registration
L363 Multi-Hazard Emergency Planning For High Education
  • August 19-21, 2014, Colorado College, 14 East Cache Le Poudre St, Colorado Springs, CO
  • For registration and more information, contact nicholas Calkins at nicholas.calkins@coloradocollege.edu
Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado Conference, Navigating the Future
  • October 16-17, Colorado Convention Center, Denver
  • Featured  speakers include: Dr. Robert Cantu, MD; Dr. Mark Sherer, MD; Dr. Emery Brown, MD, PhD; Dr. John Corrigan, PhD
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Colorado Positive Behavior and Intervention Supports (PBIS) Training Calendar


Other National Trainings

Federal Bullying Prevention Summit: Keeping Kids Safe: Opportunities and Challenges in Bullying Prevention
  • August 15, 2014, Washington, DC
  • Presented by StopBullying.gov
  • It will focus on State Education Agencies (SEA) and Local Education Agencies (LEA) administrators, teachers, and partner Community Based Organizations (CBOs) and Non-governmental Organizations (NGOs). At this Summit, the Federal Partners in Bullying Prevention aim to highlight successful strategies that support the creation of a positive school climate.
  • Registration is required and is open June 11 - July 11, 2014.
  • Participate via live webcast
National Forum on Character Education: Beyond Accountability Inspiring Greatness
  • October 30 - November 2, 2014, Washington, DC
  • Presented by Character Education Partnership (CEP)
  • Topics to be covered include: character education, school safety, climate and culture, bullying prevention, academic integration, character education and the Common Core, leadership, family and community involvement.
Crisis Management for School-Based Incidents - Partnering Rural Law Enforcement and the Local School Systems (AWR-148)
  • Developed and delivered by The Rural Domestic Preparedness Consortium (RDPC)

  • All training delivered by the RDPC is certified by DHS and offered tuition-free to the nation’s emergency response community and associated stakeholders. Visit www.ruraltraining.org to view the course catalog and training schedule or call 859-622-8994 for more information.

  • This 8-hour course is meant for rural school districts and is an on-site course. The course is free for rural school districts, but districts would need to provide a classroom space for the course and have a minimum number of participants per course.

  • To schedule this training in your jurisdiction please contact the RDPC at 859-622-8994 or email info@ruraltraining.org. This training was developed by The University of Findlay, a member of the Rural Domestic Preparedness Consortium.

    Course Overview 
NEW Office for Victims of Crime Training and Technical Assistance Center (OVC TTAC), Office of Justice Programs
School Emergency Management Training Programs
  • Emergency Management Institute (EMI) offers courses supporting the implementation of National Incident Management System (NIMS) as well as general courses aimed at building school emergency management capacity. The U.S. Departments of Homeland Security and Education recommend all key personnel involved in school emergency management and incident response take the NIMS, ICS, and NRF training courses and support the implementation of NIMS.







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