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School Violence Readiness TrainingEven when schools create a positive school climate, clear policies, and effective violence prevention plans, the warning signs of impending violence may still be present among troubled students (Click to see states where school violence has occurred). Intervention involves getting help as early as possible for students who exhibit problem behaviors that may lead to violence (See Potentially Dangerous Student Training). To be effective, intervention must be timely, thorough, and well-coordinated. It needs to be innovative, comprehensive, and tailored to your school district.

All schools, urban and rural, large and small, affluent or poor, must be prepared for a crisis & to prevent a crisis.

The classroom teacher is the “key” to an effective intervention program. They need access to appropriate school and community resources to be able to work with troubled students and their families, and to develop and implement an individualized plan for students at-risk of harming themselves or others. Teachers need support from the school board, administration, staff, and the community to intervene as quickly and effectively as possible to engender new and positive behaviors.  

School Violence Readiness Training

Keys To Safer relies on heavily researched, comprehensive programs that include Training Manuals, and Expert Training (by Licensed Mental Health Therapists and Other Subject-Matter-Experts).   All at a price your school district can afford. The training and manuals lead the Action Team through:


Section 1 : Introduction to “Keys To Safer

  • Using Manual to develop an “Action Plans”

Section 2: Criteria for a Safe School – Is your school Safe?

Section 3: What to Look For! Warning Signs

  • Early Warning Signs, Imminent Warning Signs, & The shaping of interventions.

Section 4: Intervention – What Works!

  • Intervening with students identified & Interventions that work.

Section 5: How to – Developing a Prevention & Action (Response) Plan Overview

Section 6: Responding to Crisis

  • Understanding a Crisis, intervening to insure safety, & responding to the aftermath.

Section 7:  Conclusion:  Now what?



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