Interested in bringing one of NaBITA’s expert consultants to your campus but only have a few staff who need training? Or perhaps you have been brainstorming ways other colleges in your area can pool their resources for training and professional development? Consider hosting a training event on your campus! Our training events provide the opportunity for a broader number of institutions and attendees to receive valuable training. In exchange for hosting and managing on-site logistical coordination, the host campus can send up to 10 attendees to the training at no charge.
NaBITA is currently collecting Request for Proposals for campus host sites for the coming year. We provide the consultant, materials, comprehensive instructions on the host process and requirements, and a member of our client relations team to answer any questions and connect with you throughout the RFP, planning, and execution process. You provide the location and resources for a great event!
For more information about hosting a training event, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click here to complete an RFP online.
Please download the 2020 Request for Proposal for more detailed information and submission instructions.
Click here to review hosting requirements.
Two-Day Certification Courses
- Standards and Best Practices for Behavioral Intervention Teams
- Advanced Strategies for Behavioral Intervention Teams
- Case Management & Intervention
- Advanced Violence Risk Assessment
- K-12 BIT Basics
- MERIT Active Shooter Training
- Clinical Issues in Campus Safety
- “Looking Beyond the Call”: Threat Assessment for Police Officers
- The Extremist Risk Intervention Scale (ERIS)
If there is a training topic you need that you don’t see here, just ask!
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis and reviewed within three weeks of submission. The decision to host an event operates on a “first come, first served” basis and is determined by variables such as presenter availability, regional location and proximity to other institutions and training events, training demand, and the quality of completion for the criteria outlined above.