K-12 Schools & Colleges/Universities

Below is a catalogue of every K-12/College and Universities course offered by DPrep. Please note that not all courses have an upcoming training scheduled.

  • ***SPECIAL EVENT: Florida School Safety & Active Shooter Workshop***

    This highly directed workshop, focused on Florida critical issues, is an immersive, hands-on, ‘certicate course’ for School & District staffcovering Behavioral Intervention, Threat Assessment and effectiveuse of available School Safety Technologies. Click hereto see our schedule, agenda, and to register today!

    May 14, 2018 | Clearwater, FL

  • ***EVENT: Wisconsin State School Resource Officer Conference***

    Conference theme is “Protecting Our Children Through Prevention and Response.” Join other law enforcement and school personnel to address school violence and youth victimization concerns through the use of crime prevention and response strategies. Examine the impacts of trauma on youth and effective strategies for working with students experiencing mental illness and learning disabilities.

    June 11-12, 2018| Wisconsin State School Resource Officer Conference– Appleton, WI

  • Bomb Threats in Schools – How to Handle Them (1.5 hours)

    Audience:All Classified and Certificated School Employees
    During the 2015-2016 school year, U.S. schools experienced approximately 1,267 bomb threats, an increase of 106% compared to that same time period in 2012-2013. The handling of bomb threats on campuses isone of the most misunderstood areas of school emergency preparedness by school administrators and staff members. Do we evacuate? Do we call 911? This workshop will prepare you and your school site for bomb threats and how to properly manage these events.

    No upcoming courses scheduled at this time.

  • Conflict Resolution in Schools

    A modular 4-8 hour course that will enhance the ability of the educator to become an accomplished mediator. The training will discuss the barriers to successful mediation, recognition of the characteristic strategies of collaborative negotiation and the identification of the essential factors of constructive confrontation.

    No upcoming courses scheduled at this time.

  • Care Under Fire/Tactical First Aid-Citizen (TFA-C)

    TFAC-Cis a “no nonsense” 4.5-hour course designed for non-medically trained individuals, such as teachers, event staff, hunters, hikers, security personnel and private citizens. This course is adapted from modern tactical medicine as taught to our military and special operations law enforcement personnel. Concepts covered in this course include how to address immediate life-threatening injuries such as bleeding control, airway management, tourniquets, pressure dressings, occlusive dressings; how to properly prepare your medical gear, Good Samaritan and other legal aspects. We teach how to treat the most commonly encountered preventable causes of death. This is NOT a typical basic first aid class. It will address specific injuries seen with penetrating and other trauma commonly encountered in catastrophic events. Attendees should be prepared to engage in practical, hands-on exercises, which will leave you far better prepared to respond and react to critical situations (wear clothes you don’t mind getting dirty).

    April 8, 2018| Fairfield, CA

    May 3, 2018| Fairfield, CA

    May 12, 2018| Fairfield, CA

  • Critical Incident Response for Campus Police Officers

    This one-day course is designed to prepare the Campus Police Officer to be an effective leader at a Critical Incident on a College or University Campus. This course provides a comprehensive review of current field tactics, with an emphasis on the use of a four-step Critical Incident Response Plan that will be developed in class.

    No upcoming courses scheduled at this time.

  • Critical Incident Response on the College Campus - Critical Issues for Campus Safety K-12 (4 hours)

    This 4-hour course is designed as an introductionto prepare all school employees to handle an emergency event on their campus. There is no guarantee who will be available to handle the emergency on your campus; our approach is to train all the Administrators, the Teachers and Classified Employees how to work as a team during a crisis incident when time is your biggest enemy. We teach everyone a four-step Critical Incident Response Plan that is capable of handling all hazards on your campus. This is a 4-hour class designed to be taught at your school, on your time frame.
    February 8, 2018|La Jolla Band of Luiseno Indians–San Diego, CA

    February 16, 2018| Oakland Unified School District – Oakland, CA

    August 8, 2018| Sacred Heart Parish School– Sacramento, CA

  • Critical Issues for Campus Safety K-12 (8 hours)

    An 8-hour course is designed to prepare all school employees to handle an emergency event on their campus. There is no guarantee who will be available to handle the emergency on your campus; our approach is to train all the Administrators, the Teachers and Classified Employees how to work as a team during a crisis incident when time is your biggest enemy. We teach everyone a four-step Critical Incident Response Plan that is capable of handling all hazards on your campus. This is an 8-hour class designed to be taught at your school, on your time frame.

    May 7, 2018| National Criminal Justice Training Center–Mississippi

  • Cyberbullying & Social Media

    DPREP and industry experts will educate Office of Education/School District staff on various aspects and issues that students and staff may experience and engage in, while using social media.
    May 30, 2018| Placer County Office of Education– Rocklin,CA

  • Dealing with Difficult People and Surviving Violent Encounters

    This course is taught at your worksite and is ideal for public and private employees, school employees, university and junior college professionals that are in customer service or contact professional positions and have interaction with the public and fellow employees.

    No upcoming courses scheduled at this time.

  • Drug and Alcohol Identification in the School

    A course designed to be brought to your school to instruct classified and unclassified employees how to recognize the signs of alcohol and drug influence and to have the capability of testifying properly at a hearing.

    No upcoming courses scheduled at this time.

  • Emergency Management for Campus Executives

    A 1-Day, eight-hour course designed to familiarize the college or university campus executive with the concept of utilizing the national standard Incident Command System to manage a large-scale emergency event. This class is designed to be brought to your campus and taught to your specific executive management group.

    No upcoming courses scheduled at this time.

  • Emergency Terminology for School Employees (1.5 hours)

    Audience: All Classified and Certificated School Employees

    Lockdown, lockout, soft-lockdown, shelter-in-place, PIO, MCI, ICS – all commonly used terms in the school campus arena during a critical incident. It is crucial for school employees to be on the same page as first responders. Equally as important is that school districts and school sites must speak the same language in a critical incident and have a firm understanding of basic critical incident terminology. This workshop will provide you with the current and most up-to-date terminology for critical incidents as well standardizing emergency language throughout your school district.

    No upcoming courses scheduled at this time.

  • First Aid/CPR/AED Adult and Pediatric

    MEDIC First Aid BasicPlus is a combined adult CPR, AED, and first training program designed specifically for the occupational first aid provider. This extremely flexible program will help employers meet OSHA and other federal and state regulatory requirements for training employees how to respond and care for medical emergencies at work. Please see:http://www.hsi.com/medicfirstaidfor reference material and FAQs.

    DPrep offers this one-day 5-6 hour certification taught by a combination of expert instructors who have extensive experience regarding CPR, AED, and first aid.

    Initial Certification: 4-5 hours

    Certification Renewal: Less than initial instructional time.

    January 26, 2018| Oakland Unified School District – Oakland, CA

    February 9, 2018 | La Jolla Band of Luiseno Indians– San Diego, CA

    April 8, 2018 | Fairfield, CA

    May 3, 2018| Fairfield, CA

    May 12, 2018| Fairfield, CA

    August 16-17, 2018| Oakland Unified School District– Oakland, CA

  • K-12 Anaphylaxis Training Course

    Intended to be brought to your school site, this course is designed to provide essential school site personnel both certificated and classified employees training in accordance with Education Code (EC) 49414 on allergic reactions, anaphylactic shock and severe asthma attacks.

    No upcoming courses scheduled at this time.

  • MERIT Active Shooter Response (4-hours)

     

    A four-hour overview course for your organization that is specifically designed to train civilians how to respond to active shooters situations. In many cases, there is no pattern or method to the selection of victims by an active shooter; these situations are unpredictable and evolve quickly. DPREP offers training to better prepare civilians to deal with an active shooter situation by raising awareness of pre-incident indicators and characteristics of active shooters. Attendees will be presented with case studies, training videos and a presentation. Attendees will leave with knowledge and practical skills to better prepare and respond to active shooter scenarios.

    January 26, 2018 | Oakland Unified School District – Oakland, CA

    February 8, 2018 | La Jolla Band of Luiseno Indians  – San Diego, CA

    April 2, 2018 | Huffman Middle School, Birmingham City Schools – Birmingham, AL

    April 9, 2018 | Sacred Heart Parish School – Sacramento, CA

    April 21, 2018 | LA Unified School District – Los Angeles, CA

    April 23, 2018 | Oakland Unified School District – Oakland, CA

    May 1, 2018 | Placer County Office of Education – Auburn, CA

    May 4, 2018 | Placer County Office of Education – Rocklin, CA

    May 8, 2018 | National Criminal Justice Center – Mississippi

    May 18, 2018 | CalSTRS – Sacramento, CA

    May 30, 2018 | Oakdale Joint Unified School District – Oakdale, CA

    August 6, 2018 | Dry Creek Joint Elementary School District – Roseville, CA

    August 7, 2018 | Christian Brothers High School – Sacramento, CA

    August 9, 2018 | Foresthill Union School District – Foresthill, CA

    August 13, 2018 | Wheatland Union School District – Wheatland, CA

    August 29, 2018 | Bethany Christian – Thousand Oaks, CA

  • MERIT Active Shooter Response Certification (8-hours)

    Audience: School employees, church employees, private business, government facilities, property managers, retail facilities.

    An eight-hour course for your organization that is specifically designed to train civilians how to respond to active shooters situations. In many cases, there is no pattern or method to the selection of victims by an active shooter; these situations are unpredictable and evolve quickly. DPREP offers training to better prepare civilians to deal with an active shooter situation by raising awareness of pre-incident indicators and characteristics of active shooters. Attendees will be presented with case studies, training videos and a presentation. Attendees will leave with knowledge and practical skills to better prepare and respond to active shooter scenarios. Attendees will be certified in “Stop the Bleed,” immediate bystander care for the injured. Attendees may participate in a hands-on drill at the end of the presentation that will incorporate the tactics learned during the training session.

    No upcoming courses scheduled at this time.

  • Missing and Abducted College Students

    Explore the role that state and federal regulations apply to these type of cases but more importnantly the process by which investigators, school officials, and first responders may work within the confines of the law to respond to the emergency situation. Specific “exceptions” and provisions for the emergency situation will be identified.

    April 16, 2018| Violence Against Women Conference – Dallas, TX

  • Parent Safety Meeting

    DPrep provides an overview of the school safety measures to parents/guardians at the school site, as well as addresses parent/guardian’s safety concerns and provides an overview of the the next steps in the critical response process. Parents/guardians will also be given crucial training on how to respond if there is a critical incident at the school. It is VERY important for parents/guardians to understand and know their role in the critical incident response process so that they do not hinder the emergency response at the school site.

    April 10, 2018| Sacred Heart Parish School – Sacramento, CA

  • Refresher-Campus Supervisor/School Security Officer Course (SB1626)

    Refresher/Re-certification Course for SB 1626 Campus Supervisor/School Security Officer Course

    No upcoming courses scheduled at this time.

  • School Mandated Reporter Training

    All K-12 school personnel are mandatory reporters for: child abuse, weapons, assaults and drugs on campus. This is an Internet only training program that will qualify your school personnel for the mandatory reporter law. The course is taken on your timeframe at your facility over the Internet with full documentation and certificates issued in compliance with the regulations.

    No upcoming courses scheduled at this time.

  • School Security Officer/Campus Monitor Training Course (SB 1626)

    This is a 24-hour compliance course that meets the regulations under SB1626. Every campus Security person or Hall Monitor working more than 20 hours per week needs to be certified as having attended this 24-hour, three day school. This law applies to all K-12 schools and Community Colleges and includes both the district employees and contract security officers.

    August 13-15, 2018| Oakland Unified- Oakland, CA

  • School Site Safety Plans

    Our team of experts will come to your school, survey your school site and then produce for you the state-mandated Comprehensive School Site Safety Plan.

    No upcoming courses scheduled at this time.

  • Student Release & Reunification

    Student release and reunification after a crisis can be one of the scariest and yet most difficult tasks a school can be faced with. Release and reunification is the safe and controlled process for returning students back to their parents or guardians. Unlike fire and earthquake drills, release and reunification drills are more problematic to practice. This level 1 workshop was created to specifically train all school personnel and provide them with tools and knowledge in the process of effective student release and reunification. Participating staff will be given information on the latest methods and technology to assist them during a potential crisis that requires a student release and reunification.

    April 13, 2018 | Placer County Office of Education – Rocklin, CA

  • Threat Assessments and Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) Training (8-hours)

    COURSE OVERVIEW: This course is intended to train K-12 administrators and staff on best practices for developing threat assessments and Behavioral Intervention Teams (BITs).

    Partipants will learn best practices as they relate to to threats, pre-attack indicators (red flags), and the pathway to violence. Participants will learn the importance of developing a sound foundation for Behavorial Intervention Teams (BITs) including creating a multidisciplinary team made up of your organization’s key players.

    TARGET AUDIENCE: K-12 administrators, staff, and perspective team members

    KEY CONCEPT: This course provides educators with the training and resources to effectively assess campus threats and create a BIT. Covered content to include:

    * Understanding the pathway to violence

    * Choosing threat assessment team members

    * Understanding pre-attack indicators (red flags)

    * Available threat management resources (WAVR-21, SIVRA-35, HCR-20)

    * Common perceived road blocks (FERPA)

    * Importance of social media

    * Records management

    * Local resources for your team (FBI, ATAP, JTTF)

    * Documentation and report writing

    August 23, 2018| Placer County Office of Education– Placer County

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  • Understanding the Complexities of Student Release/Reunification (1.5 hours)

    Audience: All Classified, Certificated and Vounteer School Employees
    Student release and reunification after a crisis can be one of the scariest and yet most difficult tasks a school can be faced with. Release and reunification is the safe and controlled process for returning students back to their parents or guardians. Unlike fire and earthquake drills, release and reunification drills are more problematic to practice. This Level 1 workshop was created to specifically train all school personnel and provide them with tools and knowledge in the process of effective student release and reunification. Participating staff will be given information on the latest methods and technology to assist them during a potential crisis that requires a student release and reunification. (This class is a prerequisite to Student Release/Reunification Level 2.)

    No upcoming courses scheduled at this time.