Safety Workshops & Training, 2017-18
Managing Difficult Situations and Identifying Students in Distress
This workshop will provide staff with concrete tools to manage difficult behaviors. These include learning about the different levels of disruptive behavior; understanding how to utilize the student code of conduct and campus resources in responding to difficult students; and introducing proactive strategies
to prevent classroom disruptions. Providing the tools you need to respond effectively to distressed or at-risk students and know how to connect them with services they need. Topics to be covered: identifying distressed and at-risk students, assessing the risk to self and others, knowing who to call and when, confidentiality, and debunking myths about suicide and mental illness. Real life scenarios will be used in role plays to help staff feel more confident in supporting students.
THIS WORKSHOP WILL BE HELD AT THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS. FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT BRENDAN HAYES.
|Mar. 14||11:00 am – 1:00 pm||TDB|
|Mar. 22||12:00 pm – 2:00 pm||PCC, QQ-112|
Please note for Accommodations: At least 72 hours prior to the event, (562) 938-4558 (voice), (562) 353-4217 (videophone), & firstname.lastname@example.org // Sign Language Interpreting, please contact Stephanie Bonales at email@example.com or (562) 938-4918.
Communication Access Realtime Translation (CART) services, 5 business days prior to the event, please contact HR Analyst: Jaymee Hunt 562-938-4547 | firstname.lastname@example.org or Sonia Leticia Vélez 562.938.4323 | email@example.com. *requests are based on provider availability*