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Advanced Violence Threat Risk Assessment  (formerly Level 3) 
 
The Advanced Violence Threat Risk Assessment (VTRA) training will take an in-depth look at the VTRA process including tools and guidelines to enhance it, how to build and strengthen cross-sector team structures,  and provide guidelines on strategic interviewing techniques, effective interventions and follow up strategies.
 
  • Dates:
    February 27 & 28, 2019
    8:30 a.m. Registration
    9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Event

     
  • Location:
    School District 67 Board Office
    IMC Building
    425 Jermyn Avenue
    Penticton, BC

     
  • Participants: 
    Staff and community partners who support school safety and critical incident related matters including:
    • Principals, Vice Principals and individuals who play a role in site specific VTRA activation for their school/agency
    • Educators and school administrators according to school/district needs
    • Community partners who support threat risk assessment and violence prevention (e.g. RCMP, municipal police, child protection social worker, child and youth mental health worker)
If you are unsure if this training is right for you, please contact the Safe School Division.
 
*Note:  This training includes challenging topics and subject matter that may be a contextual trigger for individuals who have recently been exposed to traumatic incidents in their personal/professional capacity.  .
  • New: Attendees who successfully complete this training will be eligible for Canadian Centre for Threat Assessment and Trauma Response’s VTRA train the trainer course.
 
Training description: 
  • how to create and maintain a successful community multi disciplinary team, including knowing:
    • who should be on a community multi disciplinary team
    • how to assemble a community multi disciplinary team and how to build relationships within the team
    • what incidents/situations would cause the community multi disciplinary team to become involved
  • how and when to gather data on students and how to share that data
  • how to analyze and use data collected
  • how to plan, implement, and follow up on student support programs
  • how to report incidents, situations, support programs and results
  • when to close a case or situation
  • identify the similarities and difference between Hypothesis Development vs. Assessment and Conclusion
  • identify the similarities and difference between Threat Assessment vs. Risk Assessment
  • identify the similarities and difference between Assessing the Threat vs. Assessing the person of concern
  • explain the four typologies of high risk individuals, and apply these to identification of students for prevention, promotion and intervention
  • describe the functional domains
  • complete a language analysis
  • understanding issues to be considered to make an appropriate referral for external supports
  • explain the origin of traits
  • learn to assess the emotional maturity of students
  • identify when a family assessment is required and refer to external supports
  • understand the intent and process of a strategic interview and complete strategic interviews when required and appropriate
 
You will receive an email confirming registration.
 
 

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