Other In Person Training


Trauma Informed Care For Educators Training

  • Flyer Download April 13th 
  • Registration link April 13th. Registration for April 13th is now full.
  • Flyer Download June 15th
  • Registration link June 15th Registration for June 15th is now full.
  • Training Objectives
    • Increase understanding of the traumatic response and the impact on brain development
    • Learn ways to support traumatized children at school, both individually and to create a trauma-informed climate
    • Learn a timeline of strategies for responding to students’ emotional and behavioral crises
    • Learn how to build resiliency in children and youth
    • Colorado’s Trauma Informed System of Care
  • Thursday, April 13th from 8am – 4pm
    • Wheat Ridge Recreational Center
    • 4005 Kipling Street, Wheat Ridge CO 80033
    • No cost. Lunch on your own.
    • Trainers: Dr. Ashley Brock-Baca and Dr. Jerry Yager
  • Thursday, June 15th from 8am – 4pm
    • Adams 12 Five Star Conference Center
    • 1500 E. 128th Avenue, Thornton CO 80241
    • No cost. Lunch on your own.
    • Trainers: Dr. Ashley Brock-Baca

Tornado Awareness (AWR-326)

  • Flyer Download
  • Registration Link 
  • Date and Time: 03/01/2017 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m
  • Location: Aurora, Colorado
  • FEMA Certified
  • Discription from event registration page. This awareness level course helps participants to better understand the basics of tornado science, the weather forecasting process, and the tornado warning process.  Participants will also be better able to implement safety measures for themselves, their families and their organizations in preparation for tornado season.

Winter Weather Hazards: Science and Preparedness (AWR-331)

  • Flyer Download
  • Registration Link
  • Date and Time: 03/02/2017 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m
  • Location: Aurora, Colorado
  • FEMA Certified
  • Discription from event registration page. This course will prepare participants to understand the basics of winter weather science, the winter weather forecasting process, how winter weather forecasts are communicated, and the fundamentals of winter weather safety and preparedness. Since winter storms can strike every state in the United States, it is important that every community be ready for the hazards associated with them. This awareness-level course will fulfill the goals of the “whole community” approach to emergency management by reaching a broad sector of the community. Multiple core capabilities will be addressed, with particular emphasis on “public information and warning” and “threats and hazard identification.” Participants who represent sectors such as mass care services, health and social services, operational communications, critical transportation, and planning would further expand the discussions in this course to other corresponding core capabilities.

Other National Trainings

  • 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.

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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