Renewed attention to abuse prevention frameworks
This webinar will discuss the importance of shifting focus back to traditional risk in the school environment. While Covid continues to create risk for schools, returning to pre-pandemic levels and types of programs requires renewed attention to abuse prevention frameworks and offers an opportunity to reestablish expectations across all levels of staff. This webinar will share effective strategies to reengage stakeholders, ensure expectations are met, and reaffirm your school’s commitment to abuse prevention. Join us for this informative webinar!
Meet the Speaker
Ross Mitchell manages Praesidium’s school related work and has experience developing and strengthening abuse prevention practices with schools, universities, religious organizations, municipalities, and other youth serving organizations. Ross develops policy, trains employees and volunteers, conducts risk assessments, and performs accreditation visits to verify abuse prevention systems are in place and functioning as intended. He is a member of the School Law Section of the State Bar of Texas and prior to coming to Praesidium, Ross practiced in his firm’s education group. Ross represented teachers in a variety of employment matters and worked closely with teacher organizations and school districts. Ross graduated from Baylor University with a bachelor’s degree in business administration and obtained his law degree from South Texas College of Law in Houston, Texas.
- Learning Objective: Attendees will take away best practices and strategies for reengaging faculty and staff in identifying potential student abuse risks.
- Field of Study: Personnel/Human Resources
- Instructional Method: Group Internet Based
- Program level: Basic
- Prerequisites: None
- Advanced Preparations: None
- Recommended CPE Credits 1.0 in Personnel/Human Resources.
All webinars are $50 per session but are FREE to anyone from a MISBO member school. Webinars are one hour in length and begin at 2pm ET.
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