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PREPaRE Workshop 1-Spring 2017

  • 28 Apr 2017
  • 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  • McKinley Community School for Adults
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Download the PREPaRE Workshop 1 flyer.pdf for all the details.  

What do participants receive with their registration?

·         Training materials and CD

·         Ready-to-use forms/templates to increase ease of implementation

·         PDE3 credits (must register through PDE3)

·         6.5 NASP-approved CPDs for HASP Members

·         Coffee

·         Snacks

·         Door prizes

What are the registration details?

  • ·         Early Registration through April 15th, 2017:
  • o    $199 (or $125 for HASP members)
  • ·         Registration after April 15th, 2017:

o    $239 (or $165 for HASP members)

  • ·         Check-in from 8:00-8:30am
  • ·         Lunch break from 11:30am - 12:30pm.
  • ·         Session ends by 4:00pm
  • ·         POs will be accepted through April 24th, 2017 with additional one-time processing fee of $10. 
  • ·         Cancellation fee is $50 per person.
  • ·         Register via our website @ www.hasp.org
Email questions to HASP808@gmail.com

Who Should Receive PREPaRE Workshop 1 Training?

All school personnel who need to understand how the comprehensive school crisis team is organized and functions. Workshop 1 is most beneficial when attended by a team of individuals from  a school representing various disciplines:

·         mental health professionals

·         administrators

·         teachers

·         SSCs

·         security professionals

·         office staff

How does PREPaRE help our school?

Participants leave Workshop 1 with significantly better understanding of school crisis prevention, including

·         increased confidence and enthusiasm in collaborating with others to develop functional school safety and crisis responses management plans

·         improved attitudes towards crisis prevention and intervention

·         consistent language across staff to ensure everyone is on the same page

·         meeting legal, policy, and initiative requirements for creating a positive and safe school climate 

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