NaBITA Co-Sponsored Online Trainings

NaBITA, in conjunction with The NCHERM Group, created NCHERM Group Online Trainings: an endeavor to provide quality, distance learning education and discussion opportunities to colleges and universities across the country and around the world.

The NCHERM Group and its affiliated associations, SCOPEATIXA and NaBITA, have identified experts from numerous fields to bring you quality online programs that address the most pressing needs in threat assessment, prevention education, sexual assault response, higher education legal issues, administrative best practices, and risk management.

Click here to learn about all of The NCHERM Group Online Trainings.
 

Recent Trainings

Trainings are 90 minutes each.Price is $249.99 per recording for 2013 trainings and $349 for 2014-2018 trainings.

Beginning in Spring 2014, all new Online Trainings purchases from The NCHERM Group include access to the recorded online training and any additional materials provided. Online Training recordings undergo a review and quality check before being made available for purchase or download.

Recordings now available for purchase!  Click here.

Spring 2018

Role of Legal Counsel on BITs in Higher Education

Winter 2018

Formalizing the Informal: A Roadmap to Creating a CARE Team Policy Manual
Overview of the Four NaBITA Tools

Spring 2017

Key Components of an Online BIT
Coaching for the BIT Chair
What’s in a Name: The Role Counselors, Advisors and Clinicians Play on Campus

Spring/Summer 2016

Implementing BITs Across a Multi-Campus Institution
Breaking Down Silos in Case Management

Fall 2015

Developing and Assessing BIT Structure and Function: An Online Discussion

Spring 2015

How to Advertise your BIT
Addressing Microaggression and Cultural Issues on the BIT

Fall 2014

BIT and Case Management Notes: 101
Addressing Risk Management in Study Abroad Programs
Federal Changes In Policy Concerning Suicidal & Dangerous Students: A Review Of Three Legal Cases

Summer 2014

International Student Arrival: Preparing Your Campus’s Faculty and Staff
Separating Dangerousness from Anger: Assessing True Threat
Issues of Gender Violence in LGBT Communities
Responding to a Student Death
Managing Faculty and Staff Expectations Following a BIT Intervention
Update on the NaBITA Tool: What’s New?

Spring 2014

Post-Vention and Suicide Response
The Role of Mental Health Professionals on the BIT
Air Traffic Control for Helicopter Parents
Fighting Mid-Semester Burnout and Stress
Ten Practical Ways to Reduce Liability for Suicidal Students on Campus
Addressing Two Dilemmas in Counseling: Mandated Treatment and Clery Reporting
Title IX and BITs
Counseling and Conduct: Working Together
Should I Write this Down? BIT Documentation Do’s and Don’ts

Fall 2013

Readmission Requirements following a Psychological Crisis
Addressing Disruptive and Dangerous Student Behavior in the Classroom
Training Front Office Staff to Identify, Report and Manage Disruptive and Dangerous Behavior
Managing the Suicidal Student on Campus
Forensic Threat Assessment: Hire a Specialist or Train Existing Staff?

Questions? Click here to read The NCHERM Group Online Trainings FAQs