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ARESC-Planning, Conducting and Analyzing Emergency Crisis Plans

Crisis planning is a vital part of school safety and schools should review and practice their crisis plans often. In this course, participants will learn how to plan, conduct and analyze a tabletop version of their Emergency Action Plan, utilizing all vital personnel. Instruction will be given as to what agencies should attend, what concepts need to be covered as well as possible scenarios to be considered. Participants will then be instructed on how to take lessons learned from the tabletop version and create a full-scale drill in order to test their action plan. This will enable participants to further identify any weaknesses in their action plan and make appropriate adjustments, therefore ensuring the maximum safety of their school facilities and campus. Participants will also receive instruction on Site Assessments to measure the current safety level of their facility. • This class is 7 hours. • Class hours are 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. • This class is available at no charge.

Important Session Information:

Participants not under contract with ARESC's Member districts will be charged a fee of $25 per day, or $15 per half day. Payment is required prior to the event session.
Disclaimer*** Registered participants who do not attend and fail to cancel their registration will be held liable for the registration fee if applicable. If paying day of cash only please.
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Session ID:
Credits Available:
(7) Hours
Seats Filled:
13 / 30
Contact Person:
Michael Walker
University of Arkansas Criminal Justice Unit
PreK-12, Administrators
Date Time Location
4/9/2021 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM Arkansas River Education Service Cooperative - Arkansas River ESC - Auditorium

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