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DEVELOPMENTAL RESOURCES

For more than 20 years, Developmental Resources (a division of AccuTrain Corporation) has produced high-quality continuing education events for educators and other professionals.  These events have been acclaimed for their informative, practical content and their knowledgeable, engaging presenters.

Intensive multi-day conferences – such as the Girl Bullying and Empowerment Conference, the School Discipline Conference, the Wired Differently Conference, the Innovative Counseling Strategies Conference, the Innovative Teaching Strategies Conference and the NextGen School Safety Conference – offer attendees an opportunity to benefit from the perspectives of both internationally recognized experts and innovative practitioners.

One-day seminars – such as Mean Girls (Girl Bullying), Wired Differently, Difficult Students, Self-Regulation and Critical Mental Health Challenges -- provide a more concentrated venue where educators can gain knowledge and practical ideas from an insightful presenter with expertise in the field.

Live and recorded 90-minute webinars enable attendees to access – from their own desktop or workplace – live, how-to training from specialists on a variety of topics ranging from difficult students to creative counseling techniques to school discipline to school safety to bullying.

ABOUT THIS CONFERENCE


The National Conference on NextGen School Safety  will assemble internationally recognized experts and practitioners who have developed promising approaches and programs in the area of school safety. This event will be a must-attend gathering for school safety coordinators, school resource officers, principals, superintendents, board members, risk management directors, school nurses, social workers and counselors focused on preventing intruder events as well as unintentional injury.

This conference samples a variety of approaches. Attendees will also benefit from complimentary access to the National Conferences on At-Risk & Struggling Students, Wired Differently and School Discipline, which will be co-located at the Renaissance Atlanta Waverly.

Featured Topics Include:

  • Lability Issues
  • What to Do When Lockdown Fails
  • Active Shooter: Lessons Learned from Sandy Hook
  • Student Safety & Social Media
  • Suicide Prevention
  • Critical Error Reduction Techniques
  • Bomb Threat Protocols
  • Transforming School Culture & Climate 
  • Risk-taking Behaviors
  • Complacency & Concussions
  • Understanding the Causes of Unintentional Injuries in Schools
  • Warning Signs for Violence & Self-Injury