Midwest City, Okla. – Rose State College is proud to host a free three-day training course on campus safety and security July 23-25, 2019 in Midwest City. The course, Managing Critical Incidents at Institutions of Higher Education: A Whole Community Approach, is offered through a partnership with the Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX) and will focus on teaching a whole community approach to critical incident management. Specifically, the course focuses on methods of prevention, protection, mitigation, response, and recovery, concluding with a role-play exercise specific to the Oklahoma City-community. Additionally, each participant will have a workbook with outlined action items for implementation when they return to their respective workplace. This three-day course is designed for campus administrators, managers, public safety and law enforcement personnel, and other campus and community response partners.
"Keeping our students safe is our primary goal," said Joedon Hughes, Safety, Security and Risk Management Coordinator at Rose State College. "Having the opportunity to host a class of this type, on-campus, demonstrates the level of commitment to safety not only on our campus but other campuses around the state."
Participants in the course can also qualify to receive 24 hours of CLEET credit for attending.
Managing Critical Incidents at Institutions of Higher Education: A Whole Community Approach will be held on July 23-25, 2019 at Rose State College in Midwest City. The course is free; however, space is limited.
For more information, contact Joedon Hughes at firstname.lastname@example.org or 405.736.0213To sign up for the course, visit http://bit.ly/2QzgtNV and select the Midwest City, OK option.