Campus Safety Conferences Announce NEW CEU Program

Northern Virginia Community College will provide Continuing Education Units for the upcoming courses offered at the 2019 Campus Safety Conferences.

Campus Safety Conferences (CSC), produced by Campus Safety, the only publication exclusively serving public safety, security and emergency management decision-makers K-12 schools, universities and hospitals is excited to announce they have coordinated with long-term higher education partner Northern Virginia Community College (NOVA) to provide Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for the upcoming courses offered at CSC.

There will be a flat fee of $35 per person regardless of the number of CEUs earned.  The ratio is 1 CEU for every 10 hours of instruction.  The CEUs will be offered through NOVA and will be documented in their permanent records system.

Campus Safety Conference (CSC) WEST will take place June 17-19 in Las Vegas; CSC TEXAS will be held in Dallas, July 21-23; and CSC EAST will take place in Charlotte, N.C., August 6-8.

Each conference offers half day and full day workshops along with breakout sessions. The content of these programs is in-depth and speakers are available post-event for any follow-up questions.

“By offering CEUs, we enhance the overall experience for our audience. Not only will the program provide valuable content, speakers, and networking, but now attendees will receive recognition for their time and investment in attending,” says Amy Reddington, Event Director for Campus Safety.

Interested attendees will receive a packet at the conferences for recording attendance and evaluations. Instructions on how to complete the process for acquiring CEUs will be provided at that time.

“We’re excited to be able to work with CSC to provide this valuable addition to their excellent program,” says Martha Kossoff, NOVA Workforce Program Developer.

Some topics that will be addressed at CSC ‘19 include:

  • Gang violence
  • Comprehensive access controls plans
  • Integrating push to talk into campus radio systems
  • Transportation safety
  • Training scenarios for staff
  • Suicide prevention
  • Helping victims with recovery
  • Planning safe and secure events
  • NFPA 3000 and PASS Guidelines
  • Evaluating technologies
  • Clery Act
  • Recognizing red flags
  • Digital threat assessments
  • Lockdowns
  • Customized media training
  • Prevention plans
  • Reunification and recovery plans

About Campus Safety Conferences

The Campus Safety Conferences are the premier security and safety event that bring together law enforcement agencies, security departments, emergency managers, technical directors, and administrators from across the country as peers.

The programs offer one-of-a-kind training and networking opportunities where attendees will learn from industry experts, share ideas, hear experiences and build relationships with fellow administrators and security professionals.

About Northern Virginia Community College

Since 1964, Northern Virginia Community College has offered a quality and convenient educational experience at an affordable price. NOVA is the largest public educational institution in Virginia and the second-largest community college in the United States, comprised of more than 75,000 students and 2,600 faculty and staff members. NOVA is also one of the most internationally diverse colleges in the United States, with a student body consisting of individuals from more than 180 countries.

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