Armed intruder training imparts the knowledge necessary to improve the chances of survival in a critical event in workplaces and schools, and empowers individuals with tools to help themselves and others. A well-trained community is better prepared to mitigate and respond in a violent incident.
Training is available through two courses. Level 1 training delivers the program through instructor presentation and group discussion of practical scenarios. The Level 1 course takes approximately one hour and is ideal when time is limited or to obtain a basic understanding of the preparedness method.
Join one of the following workshops:
- April 26 from 10 a.m.-noon in the University Center Program Lounge
- May 4 from 10 a.m.-noon in Robert A. Dempster Hall Room 022
Register through Training & Development in Skillsoft:
The two-hour Level 2 session includes the first hour presentation and a second hour of interactive scenarios. Participation in the scenarios is encouraged, but is not required. The Level 2 session requires a minimum of 10 participants. To request a Level 2 session for a group, organization or department, contact University Police at (573) 651-6737.