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OSSI Training Course Catalog

School Response to Active Assailant

CLEET Course 14-1031
This course is designed to train education professionals (administration, faculty, and staff) to properly prepare and respond to an active shooter attack on their campus. School Resource Officers are welcome to participant and elements of the school's emergency operation plan are performed. Full-Scale and Tabletop exercises can be combined with this course and can incorporate local emergency management, law enforcement, and first responders. [4 Hours of Professional Development / CLEET Credit)

Security Training for School Bus Drivers

This course is designed to provide school bus drivers and bus safety monitors with training on school security issues. Recognizing that school bus drivers are often the first and last school employee to interact with students each day, this course trains school bus drivers to manage safety threats and security issues on board their buses. [2 Hours of Continuing Education Credit]

"Protecting Our Future" - A Course for School Officials

This seminar-style course is designed for school board members, education professionals (administration, faculty, and support staff), parents, and students to educate the public on the threat of violence that is affecting our schools. This course provides an overview of past school shooting tragedies, the lessons learned from these events, and intervention strategies to prevent violence from occurring in our schools. This course also provides an overview of the services and support provided free of charge by the Oklahoma School Security Institute (OSSI): site assessments, custom designed school security training and exercises, and emergency operations plan development. [8 Hours of Professional Development Credit]

Emergency Operation Planning for Schools

CLEET Course 14-0635
This course is designed for both education professionals and school resource officers to show how to assess their current emergency operations plan and expand it to ensure that the plan covers multi-hazard emergencies. This course also provides information on how to include local emergency management and first responders in the school emergency planning process. [4 Hours of Professional Development / CLEET Credit]

Tactical Communications in the School Environment

CLEET Course 14-0629
This course is designed to train law enforcement and school resource officers to speak and communicate effectively with students of all economic backgrounds. Recognizing the need to reduce miscommunication or misunderstanding of instructions, especially with students in generational poverty, this course will focus on how to bridge that communication gap. [3 Hours of CLEET Credit]

Strengthening Law Enforcement-to-School Relations

CLEET Course 14-0564
This course is designed to train law enforcement personnel who are not assigned as school resource officers on how to make the schools in their jurisdiction safer and more secure. Though they have limited time to spend at the schools, this course provides methods and practices to build stronger partnerships between the on-duty officer and their local schools. [8 Hours of CLEET Credit]

Stop the Bleed

Through our STOP THE BLEED® course, you’ll gain the ability to recognize life-threatening bleeding and intervene effectively. The person next to a bleeding victim may be the one who’s most likely to save him or her. Take the course and become empowered to make a life or death difference when a bleeding emergency occurs. STOP THE BLEED®. Save a Life!

Stress Management Post Critical Incident

This course is designed to provide education professionals with stress mitigation techniques and follow up information after a critical incident has occurred.  By recognizing how we respond to stressors and understanding that our responses maybe completely normal to an abnormal event and will vary from our coworkers will aid us in the recovery process.  There is no correct way to handle an event or process through an incident, this course will give you the tools to identify triggers and how to actively respond.  

Behavioral Threat Assessment

This course assists professionals from schools and partnering agencies in identifying risk factors, prevention strategies, and management options for violent behavior, such as school shootings. The information provided highlights how threats of violence can be systematically investigated and how school and community attacks can be prevented when staff and community members understand threatening behavior, know how to identify signs of attack, and then move quickly to assess and de-escalate a situation.

Last Modified on Mar 02, 2022
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