BEHAVIORAL & CRISIS MANAGEMENT TRAINING
Behavioral & Crisis Management training is a customized 2-3 hour course, designed for your staff, which focuses on identifying and responding to various internal and external related threats. This training will heighten staff awareness of the world around them at schools, workspaces, in public places and on facility grounds. Participants learn how to identify possible threats to students & staff and how to avoid becoming a victim. Role playing may be used to give participants a level of comfort with the principles taught in the class. We will discuss how staff should prepare to manage visitors and others who may be agitated. Staff will be given guidance about when to call for assistance.
Topics covered are:
- Review of NYS Mandated Emergency Response Procedures
- Overview of Threat Assessment
- Violence Prevention
- Mental Health Awareness
- Dignity Act Awareness Training
MANAGEMENT OF AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOR TRAINING:
MOAB training presents principles, techniques, and skills for recognizing, reducing, and managing violent and aggressive behavior both in and out of the workplace.
- Teach principles, techniques, and skills used to recognize, reduce and manage anxious, aggressive, and violent behavior.
- In-depth techniques in non-verbal communications, listening skills and verbal communication skills
- Mental preparation skills
- Managing anxiety, verbal aggression and physical aggression
- Understanding diversion and cornering mistakes
- Learn how to confront aggressive people
WORKPLACE VIOLENCE & PREVENTION TRAINING:
Our training provides awareness, insights, techniques and concrete strategies to create a safer and more secure working environment for your staff and visitors. Custom tailored to any company or group, we incorporate the characteristics of the individual working environment to fit the needs of our client.
• Workplace violence statistics in the U.S.
• The cost of workplace violence
• Definitions & Types of incidents
• Identifying early warning signs & red flags
• Behavioral analysis and pre-attack indicators
• Successful intervention methodology
• De-escalating potentially violent situations
• Barriers to intervention
• Reporting procedures and methods
• Discussion of the 'Run, Hide, Fight' response
SEXUAL MISCONDUCT: PREVENTION AND MANAGEMENT TRAINING:
“Governor Cuomo and New York State are leading the nation with new laws to combat sexual harassment in the workplace as part of his 2018 Women's Agenda for New York: Equal Rights, Equal Opportunity. It will require all state contractors to submit an affirmation that they have a sexual harassment policy and that they have trained all of their employees.”
Definition and forms of sexual harassment will be addressed along with reporting rights and requirements. At the end of this training, participants will be able to identify behaviors that are considered red flags of sexual exploitation. They will know where to find more information on how to handle suspicious behavior and understand their responsibility to report it.
ACTIVE SHOOTER RESPONSE TRAINING:
Active shooter incidents are often unpredictable and evolve quickly. In the midst of the chaos, anyone can play an integral role in mitigating the impacts of an active shooter incident.
Our Active Shooter Response Training is interactive and we will teach the core principles of Run, Hide and Fight.
Amendments to Education Law § 2801-a: School Safety Plans
“The statute includes a new requirement that each district submit certification to NYSED that all district and school staff have undergone annual training on the Emergency Response Plan, and that the School Safety Training include components on Violence prevention and Mental health. New employees hired after the start of the school year must receive training within 30 days of hire. The Department will require schools to certify that all school staff received this training by September 15th of each school year, or within 30 days of hire, whichever is sooner.”
This Emergency Response Training is a customized 1-2 hour course, designed for your staff, which focuses on identifying and responding to various internal and external school related threats. This training will heighten staff awareness of the world around them at school, in public places and in every day life. Participants learn how to identify possible threats and how to address them. Role playing may be used to give participants a level of comfort with the principles taught in the class. We will discuss how staff should prepare to manage visitors and others who may be agitated. Staff will be given guidance about when to call for assistance.
Below are some examples of what we can cover during our training:
*Review job descriptions
*Visitor sign-in protocol
* Review communications and protocols
*Emergency Response Procedures
*Lock Down/Lock Out
*Bomb Threat Response
*Incident Command Awareness
*Threat Assessment Level 1
*De-escalation “Tips and Tricks”
*Student Peer Interactions (Mental Health Discussion)
*See Something/ Say Something