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Critical Emergency Response and Situational Awareness Training for Teachers...

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College of Lake County

19351 West Washington Street

Room A013

Grayslake, IL 60030

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Recent national tragedies remind us that the risk is real: an active shooter incident can happen in any place at any time. The best way to make sure you and your students stay safe is to prepare and be aware ahead of time. Taking a few steps now can help you react quickly when every second counts.

Situational Awareness

You will learn about situational awareness and the ability to identify, process and comprehend information about how to survive in an emergency situation. This is an essential skill to have in the world we live in. Learning to recognize mood and behavior changes in others is a proactive preventive measure for any group and Nicholas Greco IV, a Board Certified Expert in Traumatic Stress and a police and law enforcement training expert will help you sharpen your awareness radar.

Run, Hide, Fight

While it is up to each school to develop its own emergency preparedness plan, knowing the basics of what to do in an actual emergency is an individual necessity. College of Lake County Chief of Police, Thomas K. Guenther will share information on the procedure recommended by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security on how to respond if we fall victim to a violent intruder attack.

Critical First Aid

Lastly, if injury occurs, knowing what to do in the first three minutes can save someone’s life. Marco Mendoza, a veteran Navy Corpsman and Tactical Combat Casualty Care Instructor with field medical experience will teach you how to render lifesaving care at the point of injury for everyday accidents, while also establishing how to treat serious injuries in unconventional emergencies. An emphasis of this course is to teach students to recognize the right time to render care as well as the skills needed to effectively increase survivability for both rescuer and person being rescued.

Wednesday, March 7, 2018

1:00-4:00 p.m.

Grayslake Campus, Room A013

$55

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19351 West Washington Street

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Grayslake, IL 60030

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