Capital University's Department of Public Safety will sponsor a free seminar on August 20 to teach people what they should do during a crisis requiring lockdown, such as an active-shooter crisis.
A lockdown enhancement training, conducted by Dr. Amy Klinger and Amanda Klinger, of the Educator's School Safety Network, will take place from 1 to 3:30 pm Tuesday, August 20, in the Bridge of Learning. The workshop offers schools research-based information on the limitations of traditional lockdown procedures, and more importantly, effective lockdown alternatives and enhancements.
The workshop will cover specific skills and suggested strategies for improving existing lockdown procedures and implementing enhanced responses to crises. Instructors with expertise and experience in crisis management, school administration, and negligence and liability will discuss traditional and enhanced lockdown procedures and present a range of options for effective school crisis response.
The training is open to all faculty, staff and administrators, and may be of particular interest to employees who were unable to attend last year’s training. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org