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I Love You Guys Safety Training

I Love You Guys Safety Training

Thursday, August 1, 2024
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM (EDT)

What if your campus had five quick action words that easily conveyed a specific emergency circumstance on campus?

NCAIS is collaborating with the Diocese of Raleigh to bring the gold standard in crisis response training to our state. The I Love U Guys Foundation has developed a highly recommended and widely used response protocol that helps schools quickly communicate critical information in the case of an emergency. The protocol is simple, but that doesn't make it easy. That is why we are bringing in the experts to Train-The-Trainer.  

For a taste of what the day involves, check out this video.

For most schools, this training would be cost-prohibitive, but we are offering it to members for just $65 per person, including lunch. However, if finances are an obstacle, we can easily overcome that barrier, so please don't hesitate to reach out to our staff.

We all take safety seriously, and we have timed this training to happen just before school starts back so it is fresh for your school-based trainers. We hope you'll not only attend but also build time into your back-to-school workdays to train everyone.

Who Should Attend: Educators, Administrators, School and District Safety Teams, Campus Supervisors, Emergency Managers, Victim Advocates

Course Description
The SRP/SRM Full-Day Train the Trainer Workshop introduces the concepts and history of the Standard Response Protocol and the Standard Reunification Method and how to educate students and staff in the programs and strategies to implement the programs. The SRP was introduced in 2009 and is a proven enhancement to school safety planning used by thousands of schools in the US and Canada. Later, in 2012, The SRM was introduced to fill a critical void in school safety planning: how to reunite students with their parents after a crisis. This workshop takes a deep dive into what both of the programs are and how to begin using them, and it included a brief segment on Incident Command and how it relates to crisis management for educators.

Course Guidelines
Completion of an in-person SRP/SRM Train the Trainer Workshop allows attendees to conduct SRP and SRM training within their organization for two (2) years. After two years, the individual must attend another Train the Trainer Workshop, as materials are updated periodically. Please note:

  • Trainers are not able to train others to become trainers.
  • Trainers are not able to train people at other districts, agencies, organizations.
  • Trainers are not able to sell their services or otherwise profit from training others.

Remembering -
Participants will learn the history, concepts and functionality of the SRP and SRM, how to implement and train on the programs, and how incident command relates to crisis management.

Understanding - Participants will gain an understanding of how and why the SRP should be used as an all-hazards approach to crisis response. Additionally, participants will gain an understanding of the reunification process and roles involved in the SRM and how it should be used for the reunification of students with their parents or guardians in the aftermath of a crisis.

Applying - Participants will be able to develop an SRP implementation plan for their school or organization, and use the SRP to manage daily operational school-based events as well as emergency situations. Participants will understand how to plan and conduct a reunification using the SRM. Additionally, participants will be able to train others in their organization on the SRP and SRM.

Analyzing - Participants will be able to analyze the effectiveness of the SRP in different crisis response situations and compare the SRP to other crisis response programs. Participants will also analyze real-world reunification situations and learn how it was handled.

Evaluating - Participants will be able to assess the effectiveness of the SRP in responding to crisis situations and managing daily operational school-based events. In addition, participants will be able to evaluate the effectiveness of their reunification plans and how they can be improved.

Creating - Participants will be able to develop an SRP implementation and training plan for their organization, conduct drills and exercises to test the effectiveness of the SRP, develop a comprehensive reunification plan using the SRM, and build their own Reunification Operation Kits (ROK) with the resources introduced in the seminar.

Registration Options

Credits Price
NCAIS Member Registration
7.00 (CEU) $65.00
Guest Registration
7.00 (CEU) $115.00

There are two nearby recommended hotels, though no block is reserved: 

Hilton Garden Inn Raleigh /Crabtree Valley
3912 Arrow Drive, Raleigh, NC 276121

3920 Arrow Dr, Raleigh, NC 27612

For More Information:

Meghan Hilleboe
Meghan Hilleboe
North Carolina Association of Independent Schools (704)461-1812x4