March 28-31, 2006 - Orangeville,
place should be safer than our schools...
but are they as safe as they could
14 boys and 2 girls
were arrested on campus and are accused of harassing a 16-year-old
problems plague cities across Canada, namely -
Guns and Juvenile Crime!
275 Alder St.
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Toronto is not the only Canadian
metropolis with a gun problem. Police across the country are seizing more
and more handguns -- all of them illegal -- as the problem moves from gangs
to what were once safe city streets.
Jane Glenn Creba, 15
Toronto was shot and killed when she wandered innocently into the middle of
a gun battle by gang members. In that battle 6 others were wounded
including an Off-duty Police Officer.
One of the Shooter - suspects is a 17 year old juvenile.
This conference and workshop will address these identified needs;
- more staff training in the areas of violence
prevention and detection.
quality evaluations of policies and programs and good methods to
report incidents of violence by our youth.
These programs are not only Theory based, International based in
Research, but highly USABLE and PRACTICAL. Individuals will have
very specific tools that they can start using the next day.
These Programs are currently being utilized by youth orientated
organizations from Canada, USA, Jamaica and into Europe. They address the areas of
youth violence and what we can do to stem the tide in our Schools, homes and
leads to Certification as a Trainer in this special program. It examines
the 4 domains that support an environment of bullying, they are, The
Bully, The Victim, The School and The Parent. It will also examine the
role of the largest segment of those who support bullying: The "stand
by and do nothings" or By-Stander. This program does not set forth
punishment for bullying but rather replaces poor behavior with the
positive character trait of Respect.
consists of Certification Training as a Trainer in using a unique Assessment Instrument
to look at the Early and Imminent Warning Signs displayed by a student. It
does not pretend to predict violence in any student but will point out a
student who is in need of immediate help and what interventions are appropriate and
Think you don't have time to
Individuals will leave
this important Conference with the following;
Extensive Knowledge in Assessing Dangerous and eradicating Bullying
expansive Guide Books and a Workbook on the different topics
International Certification as a Trainer
to which others can be trained in their organization
Systems Approach and International Model of Risk/Threat
International Certificate of Completion which can be used for
much, much more...
Violence Prevention Conference and Workshop
Day 1 and 2.
Train-the-Trainer: Bullying Stops When Respect
This is not an anti-bullying campaign. It teaches students the
character trait of respect and replaces bullying with a more positive
behavior. It is both a campaign and a program. Upon completion, you
will be Certified as a Trainer with the ability to return to your
school and train both staff and students to help others. There
Trainers Guide and
Student Character Ed. Workbook include as well.
3 and 4.
Assessing the Potentially Dangerous
What are the the
Early and Immediate Warning Signs that Schools should know? If observed, what do
they mean? How important is just one sign? In this workshop, these and
many more questions will be answered. You will be Certified to use the
Keys International Assessment Instrument, a unique tool that weighs the early and
imminent warning signs and leads to identifying students who are in
need of immediate intervention. Upon completion, you will
be Certified as a Trainer with the ability to return to your school to
develop and train a Risk/Threat Assessment Team.
If you work with students, as an educator, School Resource Officer,
Police Officer, Juvenile worker, parent or other capacity, make plans now to join us in Orangeville,
March 28-31, 2006
to learn from others in the field how your organization can increase
its' ability to safe-guard Students and Staff.
WHAT will be presented:
Facts about School Shootings, Bullies and their Victims
for Potentially Dangerous Students
playing that works
of experiences, successes and failures
fullest, most exciting 4-day event of the year
WHO will be the presenters:
Sgt Curtis Rutt
Currently serving as the
Training Sergeant for Orangeville Police in Orangeville, Ontario,
Curtis Rutt has over 17 years law enforcement experience. He has
served as a Patrol and Street Crime Officer, Drug Enforcement Officer,
Tactical Officer (S.W.A.T.), Underwater Search and Recovery Specialist
and Instructor, Police Sniper, Use of Force Trainer, Defensive Tactics
Instructor, Tactical Firearms Instructor, Police Motorcycle Officer,
Search and Rescue Incident Commander, Immediate Action/Rapid
Deployment Instructor, and Certified Trainer in Assessing the
Potentially Dangerous Student. Curtis was awarded the Medal of
Bravery in 2001 from Her Excellency the Right Honourable Adrienne
Clarkson, Governor General of Canada for a police diving incident.
MS, LPC, NCC a native
of Miami, Florida and Director of Keys To Safer Schools.com, is a
Mental Health Therapist and past military Combat Controller. He is
an International Trainer and has trained extensively in Canada, US and
Europe. He is a member of NASRO (National Associate of School
Resource Officers). As a former Director
of Program Development for a Tri-County Community Mental Health Center
and Assistant Director of Youth Services for a Tri-County Community
Mental Health Center, he provided Clinical work with serious offender
juveniles and families. He has worked with parents of school shooting
victims, law enforcement officers (ex. Officer who shot student in El
Cajon, California, at Granite Hills High School.) , Superintendents
at Schools involved in School Shootings (ex. Superintendent of
Schools in Pearl, Mississippi)
teachers, students, and more.
WHERE will it be:
should attend? (target Audience):
Schools, Cooperatives, Regional Offices, Administration, Counselors,
teachers, Risk/Threat Assessment Members and more...
Enforcement - School Resource Officers, Dare Officers, Sheriff
Court Staff, County Crisis Team Members, those that interface with
schools on "Bomb Threats", "Student verbal
threats", "Weapon on camp searches", and
- Parents, Grandparents, Foster Parents, PTO/PTA,
Parents-on-Patrol, CHADD, and more...
Youth Related Organizations - YMCA's, Boys and Girls Club, Emergency
Shelter Staff, Youth Camps, Residential Youth Facilities, School-Based
Mental Health Professionals and more...
much will it cost: Conversion
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What does the above cost cover, since there are no
additional costs excluding Hotel stay!
The two or four days of
Cutting Edge Training selected above.
The appropriate Trainer's Guide
(included in Cost of training)
Certification as a Trainers
Continuing Educational Credit toward Professional
professionals from all-over Canada, the USA and more.
$500 Vendor Booth***
*Conference Registration information
- To receive early registration/payment price the payment must
be received on or before March 1, 2006, after date there will be an
additional cost. You may pay by All Major Credit Cards, Check On-line, or
Purchase Orders (PO); however, PO's must be paid by the dates above before
registration is complete. There is no
guarantee of space availability after this date.
for more information
***There is limited space available for vendors who wish to exhibit
their materials or services to this special audience. Please contact Keys by
email quickly to secure your booth.
Register for the Conference