Staff Development & Training: Staff Training

 

Personal Safety

Sponsored by the University Police Department

Rape Aggression Defense (RAD)

The Rape Aggression Defense System teaches realistic self-defense techniques for women. This comprehensive, women-only course begins with awareness, prevention, risk reduction and risk avoidance, while progressing on to the basics of hands-on defense training. This course carries a free lifetime return and practice policy for all RAD graduates.

Register on-line: http://www.uncw.edu/ba/police/radschedule.htm        

 

  Session I Session II Session III Session IV
Dates & Times

6:00 – 8:30PM

JANUARY 28

JANUARY 30

FEBRUARY 4

FEBRUARY 6TH

1:00 – 4:00PM

FEBRUARY 8

FEBRUARY 9

FEBRUARY 15

FEBRUARY 16

6:00 – 8:30PM

MARCH 17

MARCH 19

MARCH 24

MARCH 26

1:00 – 4:00PM

APRIL 5

APRIL 6

APRIL 12

APRIL 13

Location

Varies Varies Varies Varies
Audience Faculty, Staff and their spouses and children Faculty, Staff and their spouses and children Faculty, Staff and their spouses and children Faculty, Staff and their spouses and children
Facilitator Kelli Kotler/ 962-4042 Kelli Kotler/ 962-4042 Kelli Kotler/ 962-4042 Kelli Kotler/ 962-4042

 

Community Reponse to Violent Incidents

This presentation raises awareness and facilitates discussion regarding the options that should be considered if faced with a potentially violent situation. The instructor’s outline relies on the lessons learned from Columbine High School and other incidents of violence that have occurred in educational settings within the United States, and relates it to the UNCW community. Among the issues reviewed are securing classrooms and workspaces, communication procedures, and law enforcement response. This is a 45 minute PowerPoint presentation that can be conducted at any requested location.

For information call 962-7768

 

Date(s)

TBD
Time(s) TBD
Location TBD
Facilitator

Lieutenant James Watkins, UPD

 

Defensive Driving

This course provides drivers with knowledge and safe driving techniques to prevent collisions and violations. It focuses on collision prevention through hazard recognition and application of collision-avoidance techniques. The course also addresses common driving violations that result in collisions and how to change driving habits to eliminate moving violations.
**This course is required for employees who operate a state vehicle as a routine part of their job.

For information call 962-7768

 

Date(s)

TBD
Time(s) TBD
Location TBD
Facilitator

Lieutenant James Watkins, UPD

 

Passenger Van/Bus Safety Course

This course addresses the differences in size and handling of the passenger van and the greater responsibility drivers have while transporting multiple passengers.It focuses on collision prevention through hazard recognition and application of collision-avoidance techniques. It also addresses common driving violations that result in collisions and how to change driving habits to eliminate moving violations. This is a required course prior to driving 14, 10/11 passenger vans and 14 passenger buses.

For information call 962-7768       

 

Date(s)

TBD
Time(s) TBD
Location TBD
Facilitator

Lieutenant James Watkins, UPD

 

The Coworker's Guide to Recognizing Signs of Domestic Violence

This course educates workers on how to recognize any signs that a co-worker may be involved in a domestic violence-related relationship. This course also covers recent domestic violence workplace statistics and offers conflict resolutions and discusses resources that are available to victims. This is a 45-minute PowerPoint presentation that can be conducted at any location and time.

For information call 962-7768   

 

Date(s)

TBD
Time(s) TBD
Location TBD
Facilitator

Lieutenant James Watkins, UPD

 

 


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