Drug Awareness Training

Course Description

People being in an altered mental state are the cause for the majority of crime and accidents.  There are different reasons for people being in a poor state of judgement and faculty must be carefull how they react.

Observing and reporting drug abuse and deviant behavior is an important skill people  must have. Using the chain of command and descretion are key elements in reacting properly to school policy.

The Drug Awareness and Prevention program enlists all employees in the safety of your  institution.

Who should attend?

  • All school staff

Time needed

  • 4 hours

Certification Information

  • Certificates are awarded 

Course Goals

  1. Know the importance of being aware on the job
  2. Know symptoms of possible drug abuse 
  3. Know patterns of drug crime
  4. Be able to stay safe against drug crime
  5. Follow casino policy in reacting and reporting drug abuse

Course Manual

  • Optional Manual or PowerPoint Handout

Client Provided Resources

  • Classroom style
  • Tables and chairs
  • Note pads and pens
  • Refreshments

Related PSC Courses Recommended

  • School  Security Skills level I
  • School Communication and Behavior

Our Mission

Our mission is to provide a safety training program for educational institutions that will have tangible results.

Calendar

    Can You Answer The Following?

    1. Tell me three policies that relate to security at your school?
    2. Can the school staff work together effectively to respond to emergency situations?
    3. What are emergency drills practiced at your school?
    4. What kind of formal safety training is given to the students?
    5. What emergency situations are you concerned about?
    6. Can your family respond effectively to dangerous situations off campus?
    7. Have you been threatened by someone who is not a student about a school situation?
    8. What are the neighboring schools safety problems?
    9. What abnormal behavior do you see in your students that could be a safety issue?
    10. How many of your students have been identified as substance abusers?
    11. How many of your students’ parents have been identified as substance abusers?
    12. Describe the level of your student’s health.