Active Shooter Training

Active Shooter Training

The world today has seen an increase in the number of active shooter events taking place in schools. Advanced active shooter training through SSI offers real world preparation and skill building to teachers and staff. Our training courses provide tools and scenario training that touch on more than 20 important topics which include mental health, threat indicators, bullying, situational awareness, and the psychological and emotional recovery in the event of a violent attack.

This thorough training program provides education to keep your students and your staff as safe as possible in the event of an emergency. When it comes to improving the safety of a school environment in the classroom or on the playground, the choice to prepare could be the difference between averted violence or a deadly crisis.

Active Shooter Statistics in Schools

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According to the FBI, 98% of all active shooter incidents involve a student or employee, and the attacks are usually premeditated. Active shooter training with our SSI Guardian professionals is customized to fit the specific school and locations within the school, making it possible to practice and plan ahead. Regardless of whether a staff member is a bus driver, physical education teacher, or school librarian, there are dependent students in need of someone to play the role of an active leader when a crisis occurs.

Active Shooter Preparedness Training

Download our Active Shooter Training PowerPoint of the importance of the active shooter training course available through SSI Guardian. Violence in schools may be unpredictable, but choosing to prepare means having the confidence to make the safest possible decisions. Download the PowerPoint and learn more about every school’s need for active shooter training:

Active Shooter Scenario Training

Education and practice come together to make SSI Guardian’s active shooter training effective and specialized. Running through specific scenarios and decision-making processes are both important parts of preparing for an active shooter incident. This professional training is the only program with an accredited CEU. The credit is awarded through the North Carolina State University, highlighting the expertise and credibility of the training program.

Taking Active Shooter Training to the Next Level

Active shooter incidents are unpredictable and may only last a few minutes, but impact everyone involved both emotionally, and sometimes physically. Choosing to prepare educators and staff to protect themselves and their students is the easy choice between educated decision making and potentially violent chaos.

K-12

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Creating a safe environment for students and staff means education and practice. When a threat arises, all those involved benefit from a calm leader who has the proper tools to make the right decisions. Check out the many benefits of active shooter training for schools.

21st Century Classroom

21st Century Classroom

Modern solutions to security issues can increase confidence, and are easy to use. Classrooms are made safer in the event of an active shooter or other violent threat. Read more to learn more about what security tools are available for schools.

Quick Action Lockdown

Quick Action Lockdown

One of many available security features from our experts at SSI Guardian is the Quick Action Lockdown, or QAL. With the simple push of a button, you can quickly lock the classroom deadbolt. Keep students and staff safe with this feature from the 21st Century Safe Classroom package.

ReadyOp

ReadyOp

Managing communication in an emergency situation helps to keep staff members calm and allows users to quickly receive updates. The ReadyOp Emergency Management Software gives you the tools you need to communicate effectively daily and in a crisis.

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