Campus Violence Prevention Training
Preventing campus violence is an important concern and objective of colleges and universities across the United States. Every year on America's campuses there are numerous occurrences of violence. Every year over 479,000 violent crimes are committed at colleges and universities around the country. During a recent three year period, 95 students were victims of campus related homicide, and thousands more were harassed, threatened and attacked in the U.S. alone. Some of the violence is committed by members of the campus community, and some of the violence is committed by outsiders who come on campus to commit criminal acts. Many colleges and universities have met the challenge of campus violence by developing and implementing formal campus violence prevention programs. As part of its Campus Violence Prevention Training (CPVT) EDUjudicate offers real time training, recommendations, and solutions for community college campuses. Our team has been trained by the best universities and law enforcement agencies in the nation; while having hands on experience. Our training for faculty, students, and administrators was developed to keep campuses safe!
Behavioral Intervention Team Training
When acts of violence occur on/off-campus, colleges/universities are put under the microscope. Did we do enough? Did we miss something? We cannot avoid the media spotlight, but we can be prepared with the best practices and the right answers for the tough questions that come. We have designed this training to give your college/university the insights it needs to go to the next level, provided by the national experts who have led the charge toward behavioral intervention from the beginning. During our training, you will interact with leaders from the EDUjudicate team, who have implemented the BIT teams across the nation. Participants will be furnished with comprehensive materials and resources to help your campus. More importantly, you will have an opportunity to address your questions, commiserate with your challenges, and share creative solutions to move your team forward.
Mental Health Training for Colleges and Universities
EDUjudicate Mental Health Training (MHT) helps the college/universities assist someone experiencing a mental health related crisis. In our training, participants learn risk factors and warning signs for mental health and addiction concerns, strategies for how to help students in both crisis and non-crisis situations, and where to turn for help. Before you can know how to help, you need to know when to help. EDUjudicate participants will learn about the following: Depression and Mood Disorders, Anxiety Disorders, Trauma, Psychosis, and Substance Use Disorders.
Basic Threat Assessment Team and Behavioral Intervention Team for Administrators, Faculty, Staff, and Campus Law Enforcement Training
This four hour (4hrs) course is designed to provide the end user with the understanding and skills to establish an effective threat assessment program for the purpose of identifying potential persons of risk. At completion, students will possess a solid understanding of how to properly set up effective Threat Assessment Teams and Behavioral Intervention Teams, including who its members should be, their unique purposes, and why. Attendees will also possess a thorough understanding of the duties of the campus environment as a whole, including education campaigns, notifications, faculty/staff utilization, and laws specifically affecting these types of programs. The course utilizes actual case profiles where participants are shown this model's effectiveness when implemented correctly. This class is considered interactive, and questions are welcome throughout the entire course.
Advanced Threat Assessment Team and Behavioral Intervention Team for Administrators, Faculty, Staff, and Campus Law Enforcement Training
This four hour (4hrs) course is designed to augment the basic course with practical application scenarios, hands on table top exercises, and discussions on mental illness, including recognition, treatment, and follow-up programs. This course assumes the attendees already possess a solid understanding of the individual purposes of the Threat Assessment Team and Behavioral Intervention Team as taught in the basic course.
Title IX Training: Preventing Sexual Misconduct on Campus
Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 is a federal law that prohibits sex discrimination in education programs and activities that receive federal funds. Sex discrimination includes sexual violence and gender-based harassment. The protections of Title IX extend to all academic, educational, extracurricular, athletic and other programs of a school, whether those programs take place on campus, in a school facility, at an off-campus class, seminar or event that the school sponsors, or elsewhere. Title IX protects both male and female students and faculty and staff from sexual harassment by any school employees, non-employee third parties and other students. There are separate training courses for faculty/staff members and students, Each of which focuses on the special responsibilities these individuals have in helping their school maintain a respectful educational environment.
Violence Reduction Training for Student Athletes
The Violence Reduction Training for Student Athletes is a half-day interactive facilitation to assist the participants in conceptualizing the role of student athletes in what historically have been highly ignored. Instead of seeing sexual and domestic violence as women’s issues our training teaches all student athletes that all must be educated and active – especially those in positions of family, community, professional and political leadership. The training is a combination of lecture, written and oral exercises, and interactive discussion, sharing with participants a series of strategies for inspiring all student athletes to do the right thing. Discussions are based on strategies which focuses on the role of bystanders, practical application, and gender violence prevention education.