Looking Glass Master Certification Course
Friday, July 17, 2020
DESCRIPTION OF TRAINING
Three Case Studies in Looking Glass (10am – 11:30am PST)
Upon signing up for this training, you will be given three case studies to complete. Your results will be graded by one of the course instructors and returned to you with comments and feedback. Each case will include a brief contextual narrative and include details related to social media, written threat and creative writing. To receive feedback from the instructors, the cases must be turned in by Friday July 10th. Cases submitted after this date will be graded and given feedback but may not be returned prior to the course.
Three Case Reports using Looking Glass (12:00pm – 1:30pm PST)
The instructors will provide three reports for each case written from a legal, psychological and law enforcement perspective. Report techniques from each of these areas of expertise will be shared and the intersectionality of these reporting styles will be discussed. Common “do’s” and “don’ts” for reporting will be discussed and opportunities for questions will be provided.
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For a group registration discount of 10 attendees or more, please contact Chris Connolly at 916-838-1845.
Participants will receive:
- Two 90-minute live and interactive webinars and their recordings
- Looking Glass Companion Guide and Scoring Sheets
- Case study answer keys and individual reports
- A digital certificate of completion signed by all three instructors
- For those who submit their cases and achieve an overall score of 80%, a uniquely coded email badge for your email signature line
- Personalized feedback on your scored case studies
Attendee contact information is not required at time of registration; NaBITA will reach out 7-10 days prior to the training to collect each attendee’s name, professional title, institutional affiliation, email address, and phone number. Access to materials is delivered via email to each attendee 5 days prior to the training.
Jeff Solomon is a nationally recognized expert and consultant in school safety who has been in law enforcement for nearly three decades. Jeffrey Solomon currently serves as Vice President of Safety Initiatives at TNG, and until recently served as Director of School Operations for K–12/University Division at D-Prep, Inc. He currently serves on the Advisory Board of the National Behavioral Intervention Team Association. Jeff has been in law enforcement for 27 years and has an extensive background in the complex field of public safety in the school environment. He is a graduate of the Senior Management Institute for Police (SMIP) at the Police Executive Research Forum, along with the LAPD’s West Point Leadership program.
Brian Van Brunt, Ed.D. is a Partner in TNG, the President of the National Behavioral Intervention Team Association (NaBITA), and a past-president of the American College Counseling Association (ACCA). He has a doctoral degree in counseling supervision and education from the University of Sarasota/Argosy and a masters degree in counseling and psychological services from Salem State University. Brian is a regular speaker for academic conferences around the world, and has presented hundreds of online training seminars and classes. These trainings have reached well over 150,000 individual staff and faculty members at colleges and universities across the country.
W. Scott Lewis, J.D. is a Partner with TNG, LLC. He is a co-founder and advisory board member of ATIXA, the Association for Title IX Administrators and NaBITA, the National Behavioral Intervention Team Association, and was a board member and president of ASCA. He has worked with the Department of Justice’s Office of Violence Against Women and the Department of Education’s Offices of Civil Rights as a trainer and consultant, training staff and investigators. He was a consultant to the Office of the Vice President and the White House Task Force on issues of Sexual Misconduct, as well as a core member of the United States Olympic Committee’s Task Force that proposed and created the United States Center for SafeSport, both of which he consults with and trains. He also consults with and trains numerous sports organizations and governing bodies at all levels from High Schools to Olympic Level athletes, trainers, coaches, and staff, including working with the NCAA and NJCAA.
To obtain a NaBITA Certificate, you will need to attend the whole event. It is our expectation that you are present for the entire duration of your training course. Please allow 14 business days following the completion of the course for your certificate to be delivered.
Training will run from 10:00AM PST – 1:30PM PST. Attendees will need to be logged in by 10:00AM PST.
This training will be hosted virtually, via Zoom.
Registered attendees will receive a code to sign into the training via Zoom Web Conferencing Services. Sign-in will be required for both days of training between 9:30AM and 10:00AM and will be tracked for certification purposes. A recording of the training will be sent to each attendee.
NaBITA’s policies provide guidance on cancellations, substitutions, and credits.