Standard Response Protocol & Standard Reunification Method Training

Now available in-person or remote.

Course Description

An Introduction to the Standard Response Protocol and the Standard Reunification Method.

Introduced in 2009, the Standard Response Protocol is a proven enhancement to school safety planning. Thousands of schools in the US and Canada have adopted the program.

Introduced in 2012, the Standard Reunification Method fills a critical void in school safety planning: How to reunite students with their parents after a crisis.

Also included in the training is a segment on Incident Command and how it relates to crisis management for educators.

Summary

SRP/SRM Half Day Seminar introduces the concepts and history of the SRP and the SRM and how to implement the programs.

Target Audience

Educators, Administrators, School and District Safety Teams, Campus Supervisors, Law Enforcement, Fire/EMS, Emergency Managers, Victim Advocates

Number of Students

20-250

Scope Statement

In this module, participants will receive an overview of the Standard Reunification Method and understand roles and expectations.

In this module, participants will receive an overview of the Standard Response Protocol.

Duration

3.5 hrs

Terminal Learning Objective

Participants will gain an understanding of how and why the SRP should be used as an all-hazards school safety enhancement.

Participants will gain an understanding of how and why the SRM should be used in the aftermath of a crisis.

Enabling Learning Objectives

Participants will be able to:

  1. state a brief history of SRP,
  2. understand the reasoning behind the program, and
  3. recognize how it can be used in managing daily operational school-based events.
  4. state a brief history of SRM
  5. understand how to plan and conduct a student/parent reunification.

Course Description

An Advanced Introduction to the Standard Response Protocol and the Standard Reunification Method.

Introduced in 2009, the Standard Response Protocol is a proven enhancement to school safety planning. Thousands of schools in the US and Canada have adopted the program.

Introduced in 2012, the Standard Reunification Method fills a critical void in school safety planning: How to reunite students with their parents after a crisis.

Also included in the training is a segment on Incident Command and how it relates to crisis management for educators.

Summary

SRP/SRM Full Day Workshop introduces the concepts and history of the SRP and the SRM.

Target Audience

Educators, Administrators, School and District Safety Teams, Campus Supervisors, Law Enforcement, Fire/EMS, Emergency Managers, Victim Advocates

Number of Students

20-250

Scope Statement

Participants will receive an overview and introduction to the SRM, explore case studies, and understand roles and expectations. Participants will also receive a top level, general understanding of NIMS and ICS. They will be introduced to tools and resources to build a Reunification Operations Kit (ROK).

Overview of the SRP, classroom training, and an introduction to Incident Command

Duration

7 hrs

Terminal Learning Objective

Participants will gain an understanding of how and why the SRM should be used in the aftermath of crisis.

Participants will learn the Standard Response Protocol and associated actions and be able to conduct classroom training. They will also understand basic Incident Command Structure and how it can be used in managing school based events

Enabling Learning Objectives

Participants will be able to

  1. State a brief history of the SRM
  2. Understand the reasoning behind the program.
  3. Understand planning and conducting student/parent reunification.
  4. State a brief history of NIMS
  5. Understand the basic Incident Command Structure.
  6. Recognize how ICS can be used in managing crisis.

Participants will be able to

  1. State a brief history of the SRP
  2. Conduct classroom training.
  3. Field relevant questions regarding the SRP.
  4. Recognize how it can be used in managing daily operational school-based events.
  5. Recognize the need for standard practices.

Course Description

An Advanced Introduction to the Standard Response Protocol and the Standard Reunification Method.

Introduced in 2009, the Standard Response Protocol is a proven enhancement to school safety planning. Thousands of schools in the US and Canada have adopted the program.

Introduced in 2012, the Standard Reunification Method fills a critical void in school safety planning: How to reunite students with their parents after a crisis.

Included in the training is a segment on Incident Command and how it relates to crisis management for educators.

Learn about the “When, How, and What” to consider when adding the communication aspect to an EOP.

Optionally, learn about Multimedia Learning Theory and how it applies to the presentation of materials.

Summary

SRP/SRM Full-Day Train the Trainer Workshop introduces the concepts and history of the SRP and the SRM and how to educate students and staff in the programs and strategies to implement the programs.

Target Audience

Educators, Administrators, School and District Safety Teams, Campus Supervisors, Law Enforcement, Fire/EMS, Emergency Managers, Victim Advocates

Number of Students

20-100

Scope Statement

Participants will receive an overview of Multimedia Learning Theory and how it applies to presentation of materials

Participants will receive an overview and introduction to the SRM, explore case studies, and understand roles and expectations. Participants will also receive a top level, general understanding of NIMS and ICS. They will be introduced to tools and resources to build a Reunification Operations Kit (ROK)

Overview of the SRP, classroom training, and an introduction to Incident Command

Duration

7 hrs

Terminal Learning Objective

Participants will understand human cognitive processes, multimedia learning theory, and natural human attention barriers. Participants will also learn the “When, How and What” to consider when adding the communication aspect to an EOP.

Enabling Learning Objectives

Participants will be able to:

  1. state a brief history of SRP,
  2. understand the reasoning behind the program, and
  3. recognize how it can be used in managing daily operational school-based events.
  4. Conduct classroom Training
  5. Understand the need for standard practices

Participants will be able to

  1. State a brief history of the SRM
  2. Understand the reasoning behind the program.
  3. Understand planning and conducting student/parent reunification.
  4. State a brief history of NIMS
  5. Understand the basic Incident Command Structure.
  6. Recognize how ICS can be used in managing crisis.
  7. How to communicate effectively during a crisis to all stakeholders
  8. Add a communication aspect to your EOP.

Participants will be able to:

  1. Understand dual-channel information processing and retention;
  2. Understand and identify cognitive overload triggers and prevention;
  3. Understand how to develop relevant presentation visuals.

Flexible Formats

No need to feel locked into these exact trainings. We’re keen to tailor the right program for your specific situation and timeframe. We can whittle or expand, but here’s a sample curriculum for a full-day format to get you started. Take a look and then give us a call to explore the options.

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Introductions

Duration

15 minutes

Scope Statement

In this module, participants will receive an overview and schedule of the SRP/SRM Seminar. Participants will complete administrative requirements including registration and training rosters.

Terminal Learning Objective

Participants will recognize the course goal, enabling objectives, course schedule, and course performance requirements.

Enabling Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this module, participants will be able to

  1. state the goal and summarize objectives for the course,
  2. describe the course schedule and complete administrative requirements, and
  3. describe how participant performance is evaluated.

An Introduction to the Standard Response Protocol

Duration

90 minutes

Scope Statement

In this module, participants will receive an overview of the Standard Response Protocol.

Terminal Learning Objective

Participants will gain an understanding of how and why the SRP should be used as an all hazards school safety enhancement.

Enabling Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this module, participants will be able to

  1. state a brief history of SRP,
  2. understand the reasoning behind the program,
  3. recognize how it can be used in managing daily operational school-based events, and
  4. recognize the need for standard practices.

An Introduction to Incident Command

Duration

45 minutes

Scope Statement

This was developed to give participants a top-level, general understanding of the Incident Command System. While it is based on the online training IS-100ScA available from FEMA, this module is a refreshing look at the basics.

Terminal Learning Objective

Participants will gain an understanding of how and why Incident Command should be used in a crisis.

Enabling Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this module, participants will be able to

  1. state a brief history of NIMS,
  2. understand basic Incident Command Structure, and
  3. recognize how it can be used in managing school-based events.

SRP Classroom Training

Duration

60 minutes

Scope Statement

In this module, participants will receive the Classroom Training Presentation of the Standard Response Protocol.

Terminal Learning Objective

Participants will gain the ability to perform classroom training of the Standard Response Protocol.

Enabling Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this module, participants will be able to

  1. state a brief history of SRP,
  2. conduct classroom training, and
  3. field relevant questions regarding the SRP.

An Introduction to the Standard Reunification Method

Duration

90 minutes

Scope Statement

In this module, participants will receive an overview of the Standard Reunification Method, explore case studies, and understand roles and expectations.

Terminal Learning Objective

Participants will gain an understanding of how and why the SRM should be used in the aftermath of a crisis.

Enabling Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this module, participants will be able to

  1. state a brief history of SRM
  2. understand the reasoning behind the program, and
  3. understand how to plan and conduct a student/parent reunification.

The Reunification Operation Kit

Duration

30 minutes

Scope Statement

In this module, participants are introduced to resources and tools to build Reunification Operation Kits (ROK).

Terminal Learning Objective

Participants achieve an understanding of how to create a ROK.

Enabling Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this module, participants will be able to

  1. level of effort necessary in planning,
  2. understand the reasoning behind the program, and
  3. how to conduct a student/parent reunification.
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