Coming Soon – School Terrorism Web Courses
Safe Havens Analysts Authoring School Terrorism Web Courses
Last year, Safe Havens agreed to author a series of web courses on terrorism prevention and preparedness for Scenario Learning Incorporated. Safe Havens analysts have authored a number of school safety web courses for Scenario Learning, including the six recently released active shooter web courses for K12, colleges, and work places. We have also authored an active shooter course for students at institutions of higher learning.
Comprehensive Topical Coverage
Scenario Learning now offers more than 300 courses for the K12 sector and adds new course offerings each year. Scheduled for draft completion in January 2016 the six new terrorism prevention and preparedness courses are based on the book Innocent Targets – When Terrorism Comes to School, which is now in its eight print run, as well as our experience working with schools in terrorism prone regions such as Nigeria and Kenya. In light of the recent series of terrorist attacks and thwarted attacks globally, Safe Havens and Scenario Learning will be completing the courses well ahead of the original publication date. We had discussed and planned for this possibility more than six months ago.
School Terrorism Web Courses Authoring and Editing
Safe Havens is honored to be selected to author these School Terrorism Web courses which are sadly now very timely. Feedback from our clients and from insurance carriers about Scenario Learning has been excellent. The short time format of the awareness level courses, combined with excellent tracking capability, low cost, ability for school officials to create custom web courses and features that allow school officials to document the distribution of critical policies and crisis plan components, have been very popular with dozens of our clients. Our authoring team has been working closely with the Scenario Learning Companies editorial team to produce accurate, concise, actionable and informative courses on these relevant topics.
Safe Havens does not receive any form of royalties; our analysts author courses for Scenario Learning for a one-time nominal fee. While our analysts can generate far more revenue through other forms of service delivery, we have found the approach utilized by Scenario Learning Incorporated to be highly practical for our clients. Safe Havens never accepts any form of monetary compensation for recommending any product or service.
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