The following is a condensed video series (one hour total) covering a Four-Phase Re-Entry to School process and a detailed Facilitator’s Guide to compliment the NACTATR “Guidelines for Re-Entry to School During the Pandemic”:
Link to Video Series: Guidelines for Re-Entry: Training Resource for School Administrators and Staff
It is a collaborative effort between NACTATR, Saskatchewan Ministry of Education and the Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation with the support of other educational leaders for use by any school district/division using a trauma-informed approach.
We are pleased to provide you with notice of the release of the North American Center for Threat Assessment and Trauma Response (NACTATR) “FOUNDATIONS Certificate Program.” This is an online training program primarily for leaders trained in our models, or who intend to be trained, who want their staff to have some exposure to NACTATR’s three primary areas of expertise.
Although some may choose to take one course only, it is the successful completion of all three interconnected courses that will result in the designation of certified in “NACTATR Foundations in Human Systems Dynamics”. The Foundations Certificate Program is a sequential learning experience that begins with Foundation in Threat Assessment and Foundation in Trauma Response, and concludes with Foundation in Family Dynamics. For those taking the courses individually, we still recommend taking them in the established order.
Single Courses are $120.00 +Applicable Tax per individual learner with the 3 Course Certificate Bundle costing $300.00 +Applicable Tax per individual.
Group discounts are available for groups of five or more learners. Please click the icon in the bottom right corner for additional information:
Who should take the courses?
The Foundation Courses are customized for the person who has an interest in the fields of threat assessment, trauma response or family dynamics, including para-professionals, professionals and those with a general interest in advancing their learning. It is designed to provide learning for those who want general exposure to the NACTATR™ models as well as those who are planning, as part of their professional development, to complete any of the two-day in-person training course. It is also meant to provide those who have already completed two-day trainings an opportunity to refresh their learning and dive more deeply into areas that informed our current training program.
Courses are self-paced; learners can start and stop as they like. Courses run an average of four to five hours each, and offer four credit hours apiece.