Trainings

The National Center for School Safety offers expert-driven training opportunities for school safety practitioners nationwide. Our trainings provide participants with the information, tools, and network they need to implement school safety plans, leverage best practices, and address implementation issues in their school community. 

Trainings are available online through learning communities, self-paced modules, and webinars—both live and on-demand.

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STOP TTA Quarterly Meeting (October, 2022)

STOP Grantees are invited to the October 2022 Quarterly Meeting. Join fellow STOP grantees to learn the latest updates from NCSS, engage in small group discussions with others in your region, and hear a presentation on school safety plans from our NCSS School Safety Specialists.
TopicCapacity Building
AudienceSTOP Grantees
 Webinars

STOP TTA Quarterly Meeting (June, 2022)

STOP Grantees are invited to the June 2022 Quarterly Meeting. Join fellow STOP grantees from all regions to network and learn about successful practices in small groups.
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TopicCapacity Building
AudienceSTOP Grantees
 Webinars

STOP TTA Quarterly Meeting (March, 2022)

STOP Grantees are invited to the March 2022 Quarterly Regional Meeting. Join fellow STOP grantees to network, get to know the new FY2021 grant awardees, and learn about successful practices in small groups.
TopicCapacity Building
AudienceSTOP Grantees
 Webinars

STOP TTA Quarterly Meeting (October, 2021)

STOP Grantees are invited to the October 2021 Quarterly Regional Meeting. Join fellow STOP grantees to network and learn about successful practices in small groups.
TopicCapacity Building
AudienceSTOP Grantees
 Webinars

STOP TTA Quarterly Meeting (June, 2021)

STOP Grantees are invited to the June 2021 Quarterly Regional Meeting. Join fellow STOP grantees to network and learn about successful practices in small groups.
TopicCapacity Building
AudienceSTOP Grantees
 Webinars