Growing up in an increasingly digital age, our students today face greater challenges than ever before.
These classes address a wide range of issues, including bullying, addiction, suicide prevention, social media safety, and mental health. Educators and SROs can apply these trainings to their teaching and prevention programs to improve their connections with students and to enhance overall school safety.
All scheduled and non-scheduled Juvenile and At-Risk Youth Topics courses are listed below for you to review the course descriptions.
Addressing and Preventing Adult Sexual Misconduct (ASM) in the School Setting – Train-the-Educator (TtE)
Breaking Down the Bullying Infrastructure in Schools
High Expectations: Youth and Addiction
Identifying and Preventing Bullying ONLINE
Juvenile Takeover of Social Media: Investigations and Internet Safety
Learning from the Teen Brain to Improve Bullying Prevention, School Culture, and Safety
Proactive Discipline for Reactive Students: Understanding Student Behavior for SROs and Educators
School and Suicide: Prevention & Postvention
Strategic Communications for Interacting with Juveniles
The Bully, the Bullied, and the Not-so-Innocent Bystander