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Conferences, Trainings and Professional Development

This page is for training and professional development opportunities.

Conferences

November

December

  • December 1 - REMS Threat Assessment in Schools, NCESD, Wenatchee
  • December 3 – REMS Threat Assessment in Schools, ESD 101 / Medical Lake High School
  • December 3-4 – Institutional Educator Administrator Qtly Training, Vancouver

2016

February

  • February 17 – Crisis Response Team Booster – ESD 121
  • February 18 – Dr. Dennis Embry: Protecting our Children from the Epidemic of Mental, Emotional & Behavioral Disorders – Olympia MS Commons
  • February 24-26 – NCCE, WA State Convention Center, Seattle

March

  • March 9 – Resilience Strategies for Educators: Techniques for Self-Care & Peer Support (TtT)/REMS TA Center – ESD 114 - Bremerton
  • March 10 – HIB CO Training 101 – NCESD 171 - Wenatchee
  • March 17-18 – WASEM Grant Project Directors’ Meeting – D.C.
  • March 23 – Washington Safety Summit 2016 – UW TAcoma

April

  • April 12 – HIB CO Training 101 – ESD 112 - Vancouver
  • April 19-21 – Partners in Emergency Preparedness Conference, Tacoma
  • April 22 – HIB CO Training 101 – NWESD 189 - Anacortes
  • April 29 – Achieving Educational Racial Equity Through Policy and Beyond – Part III – PSESD 121 - Renton
  • April 29 – Administrative Professionals’ Conference – ESD 113

May

June/July

  • June 20-22 – School Security Officer Training – Cascade MS, Vancouver
  • June 29 – OSPI School Counselor Summer Institute – Olympia

August

  • August 4 (Tentative Date) – SSAC Safety Summit
  • TBD - HIB CO Training 101 – ESD 105 - Yakima

September

  • September 20-22 – Olweus Bullying Prevention Program (OBPP) TOT – ESD 112 -Vancouver

 


Trainings and Professional Development

Active Shooter:

Bullying / HIB:
PowerPoints

Webinars & Videos

CSEC/Trafficking:

Drills:

Gangs in Schools: Awareness and Response

NIMS/ICS:

  • FEMA NIMS (ICS) Courses
  • NIMS/ICS in School Preparedness
    Presentation (PDF)
  • Incident Command System (ICS) Training
    Building principals in Washington are required to be trained and certified in ICS. Individuals who take this class will be prepared to test for certification to meet the certification requirement. Topics include roles and responsibilities of incident commanders and other staff positions, common terminology, application of ICS to school emergencies, guidelines for establishing a command post, and an overview of the National Incident Management System (NIMS).

REMS Online Courses

REMS Webinars

School Climate

SROs-SSOs:

Other:

 



Questions?
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Safety Center

 

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