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July 20-21, 2005  - DeKalb, Illinois  (60 miles west of Chicago, IL)
 
Sponsored by: Northern Illinois University                                                  Contact Person: Blanche McHugh

Training Location: Building 7 (Stevenson Towers) Building          MAP


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Resident Assistant Training Train-the-Trainer
 

The R.A. is often the most important representative of the university in the life of a campus resident. Universities have always provided quality training to the RAs in working with the day-to-day issues that affect their hall members. This training is augmented by Keys RA Training, which provides Trainers of R.A. essentials in dealing with the ever increasing emotional issues that arise in the hall: Anger Management, Early Warning Signs and Critical Disorders.

Anger Management/De-escalation

This teaches the RA how to recognize anger as it builds and provides him or her the means to de-escalate that anger without over reacting and causing more problems.

Identification of the Potentially Dangerous Student

Violence is almost always preceded by Early Warning Signs that the RA can be taught to identify. Once identified, the RA is equipped to take appropriate action or to refer the individual to a source of help.

Critical Disorders

These disorders, that every RA may expect to encounter,  include Suicide, Eating Disorders, Depression, Anxiety and Stress. 

This Train-the-Trainer Model will ultimately equip the RA to recognize these emotional issues so that the hall member can receive professional help early and prevent injury or withdrawal from school. When trained by Trainers the RA will use these same skills to prevent personal burnout by being able to identify these traits within themselves and knowing what to do about it.

Click here to Register for training.

 

Early Registration Special

Conference cost for two days

$225.00

Additional Information

Hotel * Airport  *  Map

Obtain a Flier * Agenda (pdf)

Deadline: Payment Postmarked by July 20, 2005.  Standard Price thereafter $260.00

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July 27-28, 2005    - Knoxville, Tennesse

International Train-the-Trainer Program

Certification Training:

    Assessment of the Potentially Dangerous Student (PDS)

Sponsored by:

 

Trainers:

 

LOCATION:   Family Investment Ctr * 400 Harriet Tubman St., Knoxville, TN

MAP

 

Two Day - Train-the-Trainer

 

Keys announces the most anticipated, relevant and requested National Pilot Training Program as outlined in the Columbine Report, namely the

Train-the-Trainers: Certification Training - Assessing the Potentially Dangerous Student (PDS).

 

Currently Keys has required their Mental Health Violence Prevention Experts to conduct this one-of-a-kind training.  Due to the increasing demand on Keys staff to train individuals in the Assessing of the PDS, Keys is offering this two day Train-the-trainer event to selected, qualified individuals.

 

Click here to Register for training.

 

This is the most essential training available to schools and youth workers today. With the ever increasing frequency of school shootings, it is time that we do something about it. Building upon National Level research by the Department of Education, Office of Juvenile Justice, the FBI, the Secret Service and others, Keys' has developed a most unique approach to the detection and prevention of School Violence. It looks at "Why" we miss these students, "What" to do to identify them, and "How" to provide help for them.  There is an emphasis on identification, assessment and training of early and imminent warning signs of the PDS. This training provides schools a component of the Risk Assessment Team Model that meets the guidelines of the Commission Report on Columbine for effectively identifying students who may need immediate help. Unlike training seminars that merely provide theory and information, this training will produce Certification and a Train-the-Trainer Model for instituting/using the Keys To Safe Schools.com Assessment Tool, a unique device that identifies students in need of help. But schools should not stop with training Assessment Teams but should take the next step and provide an in-service for ALL staff in identification of the Potentially Dangerous Students.

 

 

Early Registration Special

Conference cost for two days

$225.00

Additional Information

Hotel * Airport  *  Map

Agenda (pdf) * Obtain a Flier

Deadline: Payment Postmarked by June 27, 2005.  Standard Price thereafter $260.00

 

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August 16, 2005  - Crossett, AR 
 

Sponsored by: Ashley County Public School District                           Contact Person: Phillip Kelley

In-Service

Training Location: Crossett Schools Admin Building          MAP

CRISIS PREPAREDNESS  Learn more

 This training will provide the staff with an overview of their Crisis Response Plan which was developed at the end of last school year in Keys Crisis Planning Workshop. Topics and procedures to be emphasized include:

  • Lockdown

  • Shelter in Place

  • Building Evacuation

  • Site Evacuation

  • Command Post Operations

  • Reunification

  • and other elements of the plan

This is a proactive training that should be a part of every school's Back-to-School staff training program.

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August 19,   2005 - Greensboro, NC

Anger Management/De-escalation Training

  • Sponsored by: Guilford Preparatory Academy                                                                                                                                                                                Radio

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Staff Training

  • Training Location: 2207-A East Cone Blvd. Greensboro, NC          MAP

 

One day Facilitator Training

Learn to spot anger before it boils over into an uncontrolled outburst.  Learn to align energy and redirect rather than oppose.  This training is based on National Research and a must training for those that work with children, adolescents and young adults. It is a "practical" training that teaches how to recognize anger, manage anger and de-escalate volatile situations in the classroom. It trains the Facilitator three levels of controlling anger and that is to first control themselves, then control the situation, and finally to control the student. This training introduces Huan Ju, The Art of Redirection. It provides physical and non-physical means to stop or break up a fight with minimal risk to all involved. The techniques taught protect the dignity of the combatants, which minimizes the probability of retaliation or recurrence.  The unique character of this system is that it is NOT pain inducing, it maintains dignity, it is geared toward students in school rather than adults in residential settings a - unlike other trainings methods.

 

 

Click here to Register for training.

 

Early Registration Special

Conference cost for the Facilitator Training
$95.00

Additional Information

Hotel  * Airport  *  Map 

Obtain a Flier

Deadline: Payment Postmarked by August 16,  2005.  Standard Price thereafter $125.00

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August 29, 2005  - Lonoke, AR  (30 miles east of Little Rock, AR)
 

Sponsored by: Lonoke Public School District                                                  Contact Person: Dr. John Tackett

In-Service

Training Location: Lonoke Admin Building          MAP


 

Behavioral Management of Section 504 & Special Ed Students  Learn more

 

This training will focus on Section 504 of the IDEA and Special Education Students.  The training will deal with aspects surrounding management of students exhibiting behavioral or severe behavioral issues and then how to serve that student.  The training relies on the Positive Behavioral Support approach to managing severe behavior.  Topics covered include:

Critical Diagnostic Information

It is imperative that the Administrative team and others have specific information in advance of any incidents.  This is critical to effecting positive change in that appropriate measures should be taken with these students, immediately following an incident.   Information required includes: diagnoses, possible exhibiting behaviors and preliminary plans to deal with the student's behavior.

Effective Behavioral Planning

This procedure guides participants through the process of recognizing the presenting behaviors that are tied to a disorder.  Participants will practice effective behavioral plan writing and development which will affect behavioral change.  Although missed by many, effective behavioral planning must include the parent(s)/guardian(s)' as part of that student's success.

Carrying it to Conclusion

Effective communication of the progress or setbacks with the Team, including the parent(s)/guardian(s), is essential.  It is imperative that the parent(s)/ guardian(s) vested with responsibility in the success of the plan and  that they report to the team on their progress with the student during non-school hours. Likewise, it is important that the school team members report to the parent on the student's progress at school.  This can be accomplished through a unique Behavioral Assessment Tool, which will report the student's progress and assess their behavior.

 

This training will equip participants to recognize Critical Diagnostic information, develop Effective Behavioral Plans and carry this process to an appropriate outcome.

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September 6-8,   2005 - Springfield, IL
Sponsored by:

  • Illinois Emergency Management Agency (IEMA)

    • Contact individual: Michael Bigler @ 217-557-4826

Training Location: Crowne Plaza Hotel, Springfield, IL

IEMA Conference 2005
Key Note Speakers on Terrorism and Schools

Schools, Terrorism and Homeland Security

Do your schools, organizations or businesses know what to do--specifically--when Homeland Security announces a Terror Alert Color Code? This will be the topic covered by these two National Speakers.  To learn more about the speakers click here -> Credentials

 

Terrorism in School; Analysis of the Beslan Russia School Tragedy and more... 

The Russian government is analyzing the terrorist attack on the school in Beslan to determine how the terrorists got inside with many weapons.  This study is critical for all schools in Russia, Europe, the United States and everywhere around the world where terrorists might attack.  Keys will present lessons learned at the IEMA Conference.

 

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September 16-17, 2005    - Grand Falls-Windsor, Newfoundland

International Train-the-Trainer Program

Certification Training:

 Assessment of the Potentially Dangerous Student (PDS)

Sponsored by:

 

Trainers

 

LOCATION:   Mount Peyton Hotel * Grand Falls-Windsor, Newfoundland

                            1-800-563-4894 or (709) 489-2251                                                     MAP

 

Two Day - Train-the-Trainer

 

Keys announces the most anticipated, relevant and requested National Pilot Training Program as outlined in the Columbine Report, namely the

Train-the-Trainers: Certification Training - Assessing the Potentially Dangerous Student (PDS).

 

Currently Keys has required their Mental Health Violence Prevention Experts to conduct this one-of-a-kind training.  Due to the increasing demand on Keys staff to train individuals in the Assessing of the PDS, Keys is offering this two day Train-the-trainer event to selected, qualified individuals.

 

Click here to Register for training.

 

This is the most essential training available to schools and youth workers today. With the ever increasing frequency of school shootings, it is time that we do something about it. Building upon National Level research by the Department of Education, Office of Juvenile Justice, the FBI, the Secret Service and others, Keys' has developed a most unique approach to the detection and prevention of School Violence. It looks at "Why" we miss these students, "What" to do to identify them, and "How" to provide help for them.  There is an emphasis on identification, assessment and training of early and imminent warning signs of the PDS. This training provides schools a component of the Risk Assessment Team Model that meets the guidelines of the Commission Report on Columbine for effectively identifying students who may need immediate help. Unlike training seminars that merely provide theory and information, this training will produce Certification and a Train-the-Trainer Model for instituting/using the Keys To Safe Schools.com Assessment Tool, a unique device that identifies students in need of help. But schools should not stop with training Assessment Teams but should take the next step and provide an in-service for ALL staff in identification of the Potentially Dangerous Students.

 

 

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Conference cost for two days                      

$199.00 US                                  

Additional Information                                                

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Agenda (pdf) * Obtain a Flier

Deadline: Payment Postmarked by June 24, 2005.  Standard Price thereafter $260.00

 

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September 20-21, 200 5  - Ennis, Texas (35 miles South of Dallas)   Map

Bullying - BULLYING STOPS when RESPECT BEGINS (c) 

Two day Train-the-Trainer

 

LOCATION:  303 West Knox * Ennis, Texas                MAP

 

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School students have reported an increase in bullying with severe consequences to themselves and their schools. As if this were not enough, bullying has been identified in a national study as a factor in the recent school shootings. At Columbine a group of school athletes bullied the two boys who later became shooters. Almost any group in anyone's school could be the "bullies" and and it would be accurate at some point in time. Bullying can be physical, emotional or social. Keys' Bullying Program offers four modules to fully address the different aspects of this complex issue.  These are:
 

  1. The Victim: How to handle being bullied by a peer.

  2. The Bully: How to identify the need for bullying and better ways to meet that need.

  3. The School: How to deal with both sides of bullying in a productive manner.

  4. The Parent: How to recognize signs that your child is being bullied, how to help your child cope with bullies and how to interact with the school about a bullying situation.

Early Registration Special

Train-the-Trainer cost for two days $225.00

(Discounts available of groups of 20+... call 877.978.7678)

Additional Information

 Hotel * Airport  *  MAP 

Agenda (pdf)Flier of Training

Deadline: Payment Postmarked by August 19, 2005.  Standard Price thereafter $260.00

 

 

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September 26-27, 200 5  - Mesquite, Texas (14 miles East of Dallas)   Map

Bullying - BULLYING STOPS when RESPECT BEGINS (c) 

Two day Train-the-Trainer

 

LOCATION:  2600 Motley Dr * Mesquite, Texas 75105               MAP

 

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School students have reported an increase in bullying with severe consequences to themselves and their schools. As if this were not enough, bullying has been identified in a national study as a factor in the recent school shootings. At Columbine a group of school athletes bullied the two boys who later became shooters. Almost any group in anyone's school could be the "bullies" and and it would be accurate at some point in time. Bullying can be physical, emotional or social. Keys' Bullying Program offers four modules to fully address the different aspects of this complex issue.  These are:
 

  1. The Victim: How to handle being bullied by a peer.

  2. The Bully: How to identify the need for bullying and better ways to meet that need.

  3. The School: How to deal with both sides of bullying in a productive manner.

  4. The Parent: How to recognize signs that your child is being bullied, how to help your child cope with bullies and how to interact with the school about a bullying situation.

Early Registration Special

Train-the-Trainer cost for two days $225.00

(Discounts available of groups of 20+... call 877.978.7678)

Additional Information

 Hotel * Airport  *  Map 

Agenda (pdf)Flier of Training

Deadline: Payment Postmarked by August 25, 2005.  Standard Price thereafter $260.00

 

 

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Training Events Schedule at Marshalltown Community College

1-Day Assessor's Certification Training * September 27, 2005

  Assessing the Potentially Dangerous Student

Learn more

 

2-Day Train-the-Trainer's Certification Training * September 28-29, 2005

Assessing the Potentially Dangerous Student

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September 27, 2005    - Marshalltown, Iowa (50 Miles NE of Des Moines, IA)

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             Contact Person:   David Hiatt, Health & Safety Training Manager

 

Training Location: Marshalltown Community College:
                                
3700 S Center Street. Marshalltown, IA                                    MAP

 1-Day - ASSESSORS CERTIFICATION TRAINING: 
 ASSESSMENT OF THE POTENTIALLY DANGEROUS STUDENT

Targeted Participants:
Counselors, Crisis Team members, Principals & Asst., Behavioral Teachers, RA Directors, Probation Officers, Nurses, Disciplinarians, SRO's, Law Enforcement, Risk Assessment Team members

 

This is the most essential training available to schools, universities and youth workers today. With the ever increasing frequency of school & university shootings, it is time that we do something about it. Building upon National Level research by the Department of Education, Office of Juvenile Justice, the FBI, the Secret Service and others, Keys' has developed a most unique approach to the detection and prevention of School Violence. It looks at "Why" we miss these students, "What" to do to identify them, and "How" to provide help for them.  There is an emphasis on identification and assessment of early and imminent warning signs in troubled youth. This training provides schools a component of the Risk Assessment Team Model that meets the guidelines of the Commission Report on Columbine for effectively identifying students who may need help. Unlike training seminars that merely provide theory and information, this training will produce Certification for using the Keys To Safe Schools.com Assessment Tool, a unique device that identifies students in need of help. But schools should not stop with training Assessment Teams but should take the next step and provide an in-service for ALL staff in identification of Early Warning Signs.

Click here to Register for training.

 

 

Early Registration Special

Conference cost for this one-day training $115.00

which includes Lunch

Additional Information

 Hotel * Airport  *  MAP
Driving Directions

 

 

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September 28-29, 2005  - Marshalltown, Iowa (50 Miles NE of Des Moines, IA)

International Train-the-Trainer Program

Certification Training:

 Assessment of the Potentially Dangerous Student (PDS)

Sponsored by:

             Contact Person:   David Hiatt, Health & Safety Training Manager

 

LOCATION:   Marshalltown Community College:
                    
3700 S Center Street. Marshalltown, IA                         MAP

 

Two Day - Train-the-Trainer

 

Keys announces the most anticipated, relevant and requested National Pilot Training Program as outlined in the Columbine Report, namely the

Train-the-Trainers: Certification Training - Assessing the Potentially Dangerous Student (PDS).

 

Currently Keys has required their Mental Health Violence Prevention Experts to conduct this one-of-a-kind training.  Due to the increasing demand on Keys staff to train individuals in the Assessing of the PDS, Keys is offering this two day Train-the-trainer event to selected, qualified individuals.

 

Click here to Register for training.

 

This is the most essential training available to schools and youth workers today. With the ever increasing frequency of school shootings, it is time that we do something about it. Building upon National Level research by the Department of Education, Office of Juvenile Justice, the FBI, the Secret Service and others, Keys' has developed a most unique approach to the detection and prevention of School Violence. It looks at "Why" we miss these students, "What" to do to identify them, and "How" to provide help for them.  There is an emphasis on identification, assessment and training of early and imminent warning signs of the PDS. This training provides schools a component of the Risk Assessment Team Model that meets the guidelines of the Commission Report on Columbine for effectively identifying students who may need immediate help. Unlike training seminars that merely provide theory and information, this training will produce Certification and a Train-the-Trainer Model for instituting/using the Keys To Safe Schools.com Assessment Tool, a unique device that identifies students in need of help. But schools should not stop with training Assessment Teams but should take the next step and provide an in-service for ALL staff in identification of the Potentially Dangerous Students.

 

 

Early Registration Special

Train-the-Trainer cost for two days $250.00

which includes Lunch

Additional Information

Hotel * Airport  *  MAP
Driving Directions

Agenda (pdf) * Obtain a Flier

Deadline: September 15, 2005. 

 

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September 28-29, 200 5  - Denison, Texas (70 miles North of Dallas)   Map

Bullying - BULLYING STOPS when RESPECT BEGINS (c) 

Two day Train-the-Trainer

                          Changed Location:

LOCATION:  Trinity Lighthouse Church * Spur 503 * Denison, TX * 903-465-7268   MAP

 

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School students have reported an increase in bullying with severe consequences to themselves and their schools. As if this were not enough, bullying has been identified in a national study as a factor in the recent school shootings. At Columbine a group of school athletes bullied the two boys who later became shooters. Almost any group in anyone's school could be the "bullies" and and it would be accurate at some point in time. Bullying can be physical, emotional or social. Keys' Bullying Program offers four modules to fully address the different aspects of this complex issue.  These are:
 

  1. The Victim: How to handle being bullied by a peer.

  2. The Bully: How to identify the need for bullying and better ways to meet that need.

  3. The School: How to deal with both sides of bullying in a productive manner.

  4. The Parent: How to recognize signs that your child is being bullied, how to help your child cope with bullies and how to interact with the school about a bullying situation.

Early Registration Special

Train-the-Trainer cost for two days $225.00

(Discounts available of groups of 20+... call 877.978.7678)

Additional Information

 Hotel * Airport  *  MAP 

Agenda (pdf)Flier of Training

Deadline: Payment Postmarked by September 9, 2005 "extended". 
 Standard Price thereafter $260.00

 

 

 

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October 5, 200 5  - Baton Rouge , Louisiana (80 miles West of New Orleans)   Map

Helping Children of a Catastrophic Disaster (c) 

One day Training

 

LOCATION:   Baton Rouge, Louisiana                Map

Displacement Due to Disaster (Helping Children of a Catastrophic Disaster) will equip those who attend with the knowledge and skills needed to meet this unique challenge. This training targets - teachers, school officials, SRO's, Bus Drivers, Counselors and other youth workers who are in the position of receiving displaced students. 

When a student is displaced to a new location, new school, he or she has a considerable adjustment. When a large group of students from a single area transfer into a new school hundreds of miles away, there is considerable adjustment for the students of both schools, the staff and the community. Add the fact that none of these new students wanted to leave their former schools, they now live in humble conditions and many have lost family members, friends and pets. 

Keep in mind that not only will the schools be overloaded, so will the support system that normally would be readily available. Teachers can expect to be called on to handle issues that counselors handled before and counselors will be called on to handle issues that clinics previously handled.

 

 

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October 17 - 18, 200 5  - Justin , Texas (25 miles North of Ft. Worth)   Map

Bullying - BULLYING STOPS when RESPECT BEGINS (c) 

Two day Train-the-Trainer

 

LOCATION:   1800 Hwy 14 * Justin, Texas                Map

 

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School students have reported an increase in bullying with severe consequences to themselves and their schools. As if this were not enough, bullying has been identified in a national study as a factor in the recent school shootings. At Columbine a group of school athletes bullied the two boys who later became shooters. Almost any group in anyone's school could be the "bullies" and and it would be accurate at some point in time. Bullying can be physical, emotional or social. Keys' Bullying Program offers four modules to fully address the different aspects of this complex issue.  These are:
 

  1. The Victim: How to handle being bullied by a peer.

  2. The Bully: How to identify the need for bullying and better ways to meet that need.

  3. The School: How to deal with both sides of bullying in a productive manner.

  4. The Parent: How to recognize signs that your child is being bullied, how to help your child cope with bullies and how to interact with the school about a bullying situation.

Early Registration Special

Train-the-Trainer cost for two days $225.00

(Discounts available of groups of 20+... call 877.978.7678)

Additional Information

 Hotel * Airport  *  Map 

Agenda (pdf)Flier of Training

Deadline: Payment Postmarked by October 14, 2005.  Standard Price thereafter $260.00

 

 

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October 19-20, 200 5  - Burleson , Texas (10 miles South of Ft. Worth)   Map

Bullying - BULLYING STOPS when RESPECT BEGINS (c) 

Two day Train-the-Trainer

 

LOCATION:   Burleson, Texas                Map

 

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School students have reported an increase in bullying with severe consequences to themselves and their schools. As if this were not enough, bullying has been identified in a national study as a factor in the recent school shootings. At Columbine a group of school athletes bullied the two boys who later became shooters. Almost any group in anyone's school could be the "bullies" and and it would be accurate at some point in time. Bullying can be physical, emotional or social. Keys' Bullying Program offers four modules to fully address the different aspects of this complex issue.  These are:
 

  1. The Victim: How to handle being bullied by a peer.

  2. The Bully: How to identify the need for bullying and better ways to meet that need.

  3. The School: How to deal with both sides of bullying in a productive manner.

  4. The Parent: How to recognize signs that your child is being bullied, how to help your child cope with bullies and how to interact with the school about a bullying situation.

Early Registration Special

Train-the-Trainer cost for two days $225.00

(Discounts available of groups of 20+... call 877.978.7678)

Additional Information

 Hotel * Airport  *  Map 

Agenda (pdf)Flier of Training

Deadline: Payment Postmarked by September 19, 2005.  Standard Price thereafter $260.00

 

 

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4th Annual Keeping Children Safe Conference

presented by

The Idaho Governor's Task Force on Children at Risk

Topic

Day 1:  Personal Safety: De-escalation of Volatile Situations

            Presenter:  Frank Green, MA, LPC - Executive Director of Keys To Safer Schools.com

Day 2: Improving the MDTeam Response to Child Abuse

           Presenter:  Russ Huber

October 24-25, 2005

Coeur d' Alene, Idaho
at Coeur d' Alene Inn Best Western
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October 26-27, 2005

Boise, Idaho
at The Grove Hotel
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October 27-28, 2005

Pocatello, Idaho
at The Holiday Inn
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November 14, 200 5  - St. John's, Newfoundland * Canada   Map

                               International Conference

Cyber-Bullying Prevention Conference

Bullying - BULLYING STOPS when RESPECT BEGINS (c) 

 

Sponsored by: Citizens' Crime Prevention Association of NL (CCPA)

 

LOCATION:   Capital Hotel - St. John's, Newfoundland * Canada       Map

 

Trainers

 

Outside

NF & LAB
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Inside

NF & LAB

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Cyber-Bullying is on the rise.  School students have reported an increase in this type and other types bullying with severe consequences to themselves, their communities and their schools. As if this were not enough, bullying has been identified in a national study as a factor in the recent school shootings.  Almost any group in anyone's school could be the "bullies" and and it would be accurate at some point in time. Bullying can be physical, emotional or social. Keys' Cyber-Bullying Program offers four modules to fully address the different aspects of this complex issue.  These are:
 

  1. The Victim: How to handle being bullied by a peer, including through Cyber means.

  2. The Bully: How to identify their need for bullying and better ways to meet that need.

  3. The School: How to deal with both sides of bullying in a productive manner.

  4. The Parent: How to recognize signs that your child is being bullied, how to help your child cope with bullies and how to interact with the school about a bullying or Cyber-Bullying situation.

Early Registration Special

Cost    

Within Newfoundland/Labrador - $50 CAN 
Special Registration

Email or Fax - 709-466-3214

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 Else where in Canada & US - $90 CAN/$80 US

  Outside NL & LAB in Canada or in US

(Discounts available of groups of 20+... call 877.978.7678)

                    Additional Information

 Hotel * Airport  *  Map 

Agenda (pdf)Flier of Training

Deadline: Payment Postmarked by November 1, 2005.  Standard Price thereafter $120.00

 

 

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November 30 - December 4,  2005  - Melbourne Victoria * Australia 

Australia Violence Prevention Conference

Sponsored by: * Keys - Australia
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Contact: Kevin Dickson - Director of Keys-Australia

 

Location:   Lilydal Campus - Lilydale, Melbourne Victoria * Australia     Map

 

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 Five Day Conference & Workshop  

 

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Join us in Lilydale, Melbourne Victoria * Australia for this exciting Conference.  If you are an School Resource Officer, Law Enforcement, a School Official, Counselor or with an agency in which you deal with Juveniles this is a MUST ATTEND training.

 

Early Registration Special

Conference cost for 5 days

                 $505.00 US
                 
Complete Package

                            Or attend only some days
        
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Deadline: Payment Postmarked by November 30, 2005.  Standard Price $685 US thereafter.

 

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December  1 -2, 2005  - Bradenton, Florida (40 Miles South of Tampa, Fl)

International Train-the-Trainer Program

Certification Training:

 Assessment of the Potentially Dangerous Student (PDS)

Sponsored by:

             Contact Person:   Janice Sumner-Program Specialist Safe & Drug-Free Schools

 

LOCATION:  Manatee Technical Institute West:
                    
5603 34th Street West * Bradenton, Florida                MAP

 

Two Day - Train-the-Trainer

 

Keys announces the most anticipated, relevant and requested National Pilot Training Program as outlined in the Columbine Report, namely the

Train-the-Trainers: Certification Training - Assessing the Potentially Dangerous Student (PDS).

 

Click here to Register for training.

 

This is the most essential training available to schools and youth workers today. With the ever increasing frequency of school shootings, it is time that we do something about it. Building upon National & International Level research by the Department of Education, Office of Juvenile Justice, the FBI, the Secret Service and other International Government Agencies, Keys' has developed a most unique approach to the detection and prevention of School Violence. It looks at "Why" we miss these students, "What" to do to identify them, and "How" to provide help for them.  There is an emphasis on identification, assessment and training of early and imminent warning signs of the PDS. This training provides schools and organziations a component of the Risk/Threat Assessment Team Model that meets the guidelines of the Commission Report on Columbine for effectively identifying students who may need immediate help. Unlike training seminars that merely provide theory and information, this training will produce Certification and a Train-the-Trainer Model for instituting/using the Keys To Safe Schools.com Assessment Tool, a unique score-able device that identifies students in need of help. But schools should not stop with training Assessment Teams but should take the next step and provide an in-service for ALL staff in identification of the Potentially Dangerous Students.

 

 

Early Registration Special

Train-the-Trainer cost for two days $225.00

 

Additional Information

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Deadline: Payment Postmarked by November 30, 2005.  Standard Price $260 thereafter. 

 

 

 

 

 

   

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