Advanced Course Imminent Danger
Content of the course:
- Fresh-up intervention and coping tools from the basic course
- Dealing with suicide and suicide prevention
- Pacing and leading
- Competence and intervention skills in managing crisis situations where there is an imminent threat to life.
- Competence and intervention skills in managing suicide prevention.
- The ability to talk to people who threaten suicide or aggressive acts, and knowledge about how they can be safely, and sensitively, reintegrated back into school society.
- Practice strategies with set protocols how to deal with students, teachers, parents whose classmates,
students, children may plan to commit suicide
- How to deal with students who plan to commit suicide using set protocol
- How to deal with students who threaten schools and how to integrate them afterwards if they did not do it or their plan was not really concrete.
- Safety analysis
- Information about and inclusion in networking with community agencies ( e. g., police, medical, fire) and why training with them is important
- Knowledge of the criteria for ‘safe schools’, and skills in how to develop ‘safe schools’, which actively promote inclusion, resilience and emotional well-being among all staff and students
- Promotion of safe schools
- New developments in crisis management
- Development of crisis management networks in Europe
Example of the Program:
Crisis Management in Schools
Advanced Course Immanent Danger in Luxembourg, February 3.-9., 2017