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In Person

Other Colorado Trainings

First Responder Resiliency Train the Trainer 
  • April 11-12, 2014, Rifle
  • April 24-25, 2014, Frederick
  • Presented by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE)
  • Registration
Blueprints Conference
  • April 14-16, 2014, Sheraton Downtown Denver, 1550 Court Place, Denver
  • The goal of the conference is to disseminate science-based information on programs that have the highest standards for promoting education, behavior, emotional well-being, physical health and positive relationships. This conference will provide support, guidance, and tools by program experts to help practitioners implement these programs successfully in their own communities.
Substance Abuse Prevention Skills Training (SAPST)  
  • April 15-17, 2014, Peer Assistance Services, 2170 South Parker Road, Suite 229, Denver, CO 80231
  • The Division of Behavioral Health's SAPST is facilitated by the Regional Prevention Service Project of OMNI and funded by the Colorado Department of Humans Services. OMNI reserves the right to cancel any courses if the minimum number of registrants is not met. This training is required of grantees funded through the Division of Behavioral Health Block Grant funding system. However it is open to the public.
Family Engagement Trainings 
  • Presented by the Colorado Department of Education (CDE)
  • The purpose of this event is to understand and plan strategies to actively engage all families as partners in their children’s education.  This event is geared toward District Family Partnership Liaisons (the district personnel appointed by superintendents to act as a connector on family and community engagement work).
  • All sessions are from 8:30AM-3:30PM.  A light breakfast and lunch are provided. A confirmation email with detailed logistics, including location information, will be emailed approaching the training date.
  • Denver Metro: April 17, 2014
Youth Mentoring Collaborative Conference
  • April 25, 2014, Red Lion Hotel in Aurora, Colorado
  • The Youth Mentoring Collaborative and Serve Colorado are partnering together to host this 3rd Annual Conference. Presenters and topics that support and promote high quality mentoring in Colorado will be at the Symposium.
Bridging the Divide Suicide Awareness and Prevention Summit 
Network Leadership Training Academy
  • May 19-21, 2014, 1380 Lawrence St, Denver
  • Hosted by the Research Program on Collaborative Governance (RPCG) in the School of Public Affairs at the University of Colorado Denver.
  • The NLTA is a place where public sector leaders gather to learn, share ideas, and develop skills for engaging in the "network way of working".  The workshop is focused on building, managing, and evaluating effective networks.  Many people today are deeply involved in the network way of working, but are struggling to find tools and a place to build skills for this new way of connecting across boundaries.  This workshop provides conversations about network leadership, activities and exercises to share and demonstrate skills and ideas, and practical tools to translate back to practice.
Colorado Advocacy in Action Conference
  • June 2-4, 2014, Vail Marriott Mountain Resort & Spa, 715 West Lionshead Circle, Vail, Colorado 81657
  • Hosted by the Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence (CCADV) and Colorado Coalition Against Sexual Assault (CCASA)
Annual Symposium for the Prevention of School Violence
  • June 6, 2014, Regis University, North Denver (Lowell) Campus
  • Hosted by: Regis University, College of Professional Studies, School of Education in conjunction with Foundation for the Prevention of School Violence and the Colorado School Safety Resource Center
  • This all day annual event will showcase various speaker presentations and moderated discussions by experienced practitioners exploring the best practices in the prevention of school violence. This unique educational event brings together educators, law enforcement, administrators, and the general community interested in creating safe learning environments.
  • Keynote Speaker: Retired Arapahoe County Sheriff, Grayson Robinson
  • Featured Speakers:
    • John Nicoletti, Nicoletti-Flater Associates, PLLP – Specialists in Police and Public Safety Psychology, Crisis Intervention, Trauma Recovery, and Violence Prevention
    • Rachel’s Challenge - Rachel’s Challenge is the largest school assembly program in America. It is designed to help school administrators, parents, and students create a safe learning environment for the entire community. The goal is to motivate and equip students and administrators to embrace new values of kindness and compassion so that no one is left behind because of fear and violence in their school.
  • Portions of this year's event will be available to an online audience. For more information visit www.fpsv.org.
National School Safety Symposium: The Briefings
  • June 16-20, 2014, Chatfield High School, Littleton
  • Hosted by the Colorado Attorney General, Jeffco Public Schools, Jefferson County Sheriff's Office, the "I Love U Guys" Foundation
  • This event will examine lessons learned from traumatic events and reveal new, preemptive school safety measures growing in multiple realms. Those presenting at this year's Symposium include school administrators, law enforcement, criminal justice, fire/EMS and mental health professionals who were involved in the response and recovery to school violence and other emergency events. The Symposium is designed to provide a number of takeaways that districts, departments and agencies can implement immediately.
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
School Hostage Tabletop Exercise
  • August 20, 2014, 9:30am – 2:00pm, location in Denver, TBD
  • Presented by the Federal Emergency Management Agency's Emergency Management Institute (EMI)
  • The 2014 Virtual Tabletop Exercise (VTTX) involves key personnel discussing simulated scenarios in an informal setting, and can be used to assess plans, policies, training and procedures.
  • Advanced registration is required; walk-ins are not allowed.
Colorado Positive Behavior and Intervention Supports (PBIS) Training Calendar

Other National Trainings

National Symposium on Child Abuse 
  • March 24-27, 2014, Huntsville, AL
  • Hosted by the National Children's Advocacy Center (NCAC) 
  • The National Symposium on Child Abuse is an informative and innovative multidisciplinary conference which offers more than 130 workshops presented by nationally-recognized experts from all facets of the child maltreatment field.
National Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect (NCCAN) 
  • April 30 - May 2, 2014, New Orleans, LA
  • The National Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect (NCCAN) has been held biennially since 1976. Sponsored by the Children's Bureau's Office on Child Abuse and Neglect, it is the only Federally-sponsored national conference devoted to the issues of child maltreatment and serves as the nation’s leading training and technical assistance event for practitioners, policy makers, advocates, and researchers.
Confronting Family and Community Violence: The Intersection of Law and Psychology
  • May 1-3, 2014, Washington, DC
  • Sponsored by American Psychological Association (APA) and the American Bar Association (ABA)
  • Nearly 40 plenary and invited workshop sessions will focus on issues relating to the exposure of children, youth, and families to violence in and around their homes, communities, and in society. Attorney General Eric Holder will deliver the keynote address.
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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