Emergency Readiness and
Identifying and Responding to Students in Distress (Required
Program for Faculty)
This two-part program intended for faculty is covered in a single
Module I: Emergency Readiness is conducted by
the Office of Public Safety and describes the University's
emergency response plan. It reviews systems of communication and
notification to the University community in the event of an
emergency, and describes appropriate protocol in an evacuation or
stay in place situation.
Module II: Identifying and Responding to Students in
Distress is conducted by the Office of Student Wellness.
This part of the program addresses student behavioral issues and
how to recognize and respond to a student who is in distress or who
is exhibiting disruptive behavior. It further describes the
University resources for handling student issues and the
University's proscribed reporting protocol for students in crisis
Next Available Training Date:
Friday, December 7, 2012
11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
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