Building & Managing A Collaborative CARE Team: Common Pitfalls & Best Practice For Compliance

Tuesday, December 7 ~ 3:00-4:30pm (Eastern)

$ 425.00

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Challenge - Developing CARE teams

BIT, CARE, and threat teams have been written about, researched, and extensively developed in the K-12, higher education, and workplace over the last twenty years as a best practice to address everything from mental health concerns to threats against others. If you are new to CARE, BIT and Threat teams or have been operating one for years, this online training will be packed full of guidance and advice that you can actively put into practice. 

Key Takeaway

BIT, CARE, and Threat teams have been around for decades, and whether you are starting out or an experienced team, it’s always a good practice to learn from the experts rather than starting from scratch. So join us for the practical guide to developing a CARE team and learn some common pitfalls to avoid and some evidence-based, best-practices to stay in compliance with new guidance and regulations from the federal government. 

Overview

Listen, we know you have questions.

What’s the best name for our team? Should we have multiple teams over satellite campuses? What are some best practices for BIT, CARE, and threat teams during the COVID pandemic? When can the team involve parents under FERPA? How often should we meet? Who should be on the team? Are there best practices when it comes to threat and suicide assessments? What does a typical meeting look like in terms of logistics, processes, and flow? What should we write down? Should we market and advertise the team or limit our advertising? What kind of training schedule should we invest in?

Join Dr. Van Brunt, the Assistant Deputy Director of Training for Secure Community Network (the official liaison between the Jewish Federation and the Department of Homeland Security), past president of NABITA, and the American College Counseling Association as he pairs up with Dr. Tammy Hodo, owner of All Things Diverse as she brings her expertise is DEI, sociology, and systems work to ensure your team functions from an inclusive, effective and holistic model. We are here to answer them from a culturally competent, multidisciplinary team approach built upon best practices guidance from the Secret Service, Department of Education, the National Threat Assessment Center, and leading experts in the field.

Objectives

  • Discuss best practices for the development of BIT, CARE, and threat teams to include issues of:
    • Naming
    • Team make-up
    • Advertising
    • Communication
    • Processes
    • Documentation
  • Administration
  • Residential life
  • Health services
  • Academic support
  • Enrollment Management
  • Faculty (particularly those teaching online)
  • Human Resources
  • Online Learning
  • Student Services/Affairs
  • Law Enforcement
  • BIT/CARE teams
  • Any educator interested in learning more about building a collaborative CARE team
Tammy Hodo

Tammy Hodo established All Things Diverse LLC in 2018 to educate the masses about the value of diversity, equity, and inclusion. All Things Diverse, LLC provides consulting services to businesses, academic institutions, non-profit organizations, and government entities who value diversity and want to develop a high-performing inclusive workforce. All Things Diverse, LLC is dedicated to helping organizations realize the full potential that can only be achieved through deliberate action. The company is committed to helping its clients create a workplace culture of belonging where everyone can thrive.

Bio current as of December 2021.

Brian Van Brunt


As an internationally recognized expert in behavioral intervention, threat assessment and mental illness, Dr. Brian Van Brunt is here to keep your school or organization safe and help at-risk individuals access the care they need. Brian is the Assistant Deputy Director of Training for Secure Community Network (SCN), the official homeland security and safety initiative of the organized Jewish community in North America. He oversees their training program and is involved in the assessment and instructional design of programs to keep the Jewish community safe from threat and violence. As the past president of the National Association of Behavioral Intervention and Threat Assessment (NABITA) and the American College Counseling Association (ACCA), Brian brings his national perspective along with his experience as a counseling center director to provide consulting on issues of behavioral intervention, threat assessment, suicide prevention, diversity, equity and inclusion, site assessments, climate surveys and more. Having presented workshops, trainings and keynote addresses worldwide and authored over a dozen books, Brian is ready to speak to your group on a wide range of topics and can tailor his address to your needs. He will work with you and your organization to provide the information and training you need to maintain and safe and healthy community.y.

Bio current as of December 2021.

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