OPD Offers Active Shooter Training
News reports of active shooter threats can quickly shut down a campus community and frighten everyone involved.
On Wednesday, May 11, NC State’s Office of Professional Development will offer a seminar called “Advanced Active Shooter Training: Stop the Threat” on how to prepare for and mitigate violent threats on campus.
NC State faculty, staff and students can participate in this day-long seminar at the McKimmon Center on Western Boulevard. Check-in begins at 8 a.m. and the seminar will be from 8:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. Lunch is included in the $450 cost of the seminar
Topics that will be addressed by SSI Guardian-trained instructors Peggy Mitchell Clarke and Todd Evans include:
- How to respond to law enforcement
- School and workplace emergency operations procedures
- Defining the active shooter threat
- Characteristics of active shooter events
- Indicators of potential violence
- Responding to an irate individual
- Taking actions during an active shooter event
- Recovering from an active shooter event
- Psychological and emotional recovery
- Importance of planning
Fill out the online registration or call (919) 515-2261. NC State personnel can receive a discount by using the code AAST.