Threat & Disaster Resource Center
We are restructuring our Threat Assessment classes in order to meet the requests for a certificate in Threat Assessment & Management. We are also exploring offering a certificate in Disaster Behavioral Health. Target date: Winter Term 2019
WHAT IS THREAT ASSESSMENT?
Threat Assessment is an operational activity to determine whether a person/situation poses a serious risk of targeted violence. To include identifying, evaluating, and mitigating the potential threat.
CAN I GET A CERTIFICATE FOR COMPLETING THE COURSES?
We are planning to offer a certificate specific to Threat Management, but at this time we can provide you with proof of continuing education units (CEU’s).
CAN I GET COLLEGE CREDIT FOR COMPLETING THE COURSES?
At this time, the courses are non-credit.
WHAT IS YOUR FOUNDATION FOR COURSE DESIGN?
Dr. Bolante is using current best practices based on her knowledge, research, and experience as a practitioner.
WHAT TYPE OF FORMAT ARE THE COURSES?
While there are online interactive courses, most of the trainings are held in a classroom setting.
WHO TEACHES THESE COURSES?
Dr. Bolante is the primary instructor for the courses, but prominent experts in the field will be guest speakers (pod-casts, etc.).
HOW ARE THE CLASSES SCHEDULED?
Classes are scheduled by Threat Management. For upcoming trainings, please see training.
DO YOU NEED TO BUY A TEXTBOOK?
No. Training materials will be provided based on the class.
WHO IS PART OF YOUR TRAINING TEAM?
The training team are experienced threat assessment professionals from the following teams:
- Chemeketa Community College/TAT, Salem, Oregon
- Mid-Valley Student Threat Advisory Team (MV-STAT) Salem, Oregon
- Willamette Valley Threat Advisory Team, Salem, Oregon