Satellite Trainings

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**NEW FOR FY18:  In addition to our standard track of courses, VSBIT U in association with the VPA is reaching out with satellite trainings across the state.

 

Dates and Locations

The Essex Resort and Spa

Capital Plaza

Killington Grand Resort

August 22, 2017

August 23, 2017

August 24, 2017

November 15, 2017

November 14, 2017

November 16, 2017

March 14, 2018

March 13, 2018

March 21, 2018

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August 3-day series

Day sessions:  A complete overview of the Vermont Agency of Education Model Procedures and Policies for the Prevention of Harassment, Hazing and Bullying.  The content is an in depth treatment of both the policy definitions, the process for responding to information of potential HHB violations and investigations to determine policy violations.  This training is designed to provide a comprehensive overview of the definitions and process for administrators, designees and/or investigators responding to notice of policy violations in cases of inappropriate student conduct.

Evening sessions:  This training is designed for athletic directors and coaches, providing an overview of the HHB definitions, and the need to respond to information (received directly or indirectly) that students may be engaging in inappropriate conduct which violates the school’s HHB policies. 

November 3-day series

Day sessions:  An  overview of the Vermont Agency of Education Model Procedures and Policies for the Prevention of Harassment, Hazing and Bullying for a target audience of teachers and other school staff. This training will provide an overview of the HHB definitions, and the need to respond to information (received directly or indirectly) that students may be engaging in inappropriate conduct which violates the school’s HHB policies. 

Evening sessions:  This training is designed for athletic directors and coaches, providing an overview of the HHB definitions, and the need to respond to information (received directly or indirectly) that students may be engaging in inappropriate conduct which violates the school’s HHB policies. 

March 3-day series

Day sessions:  This training is designed to provide an in-depth treatment of the Vermont AOE policy definitions of hazing, harassment, bullying and retaliation with pragmatic advice on how to break down and explore their essential elements through the investigative process to be followed by administrators, designees and/or investigators responding to notice of policy violations in cases of inappropriate student conduct.  The goal is to work with the policy definitions in a hands on manner so that attendees have a better understanding of how to apply the definitions to the facts found in the course of their HHB investigations, and to draft reports that reflect the essential elements of those facts and policy definitions. 

Evening sessions: This training is designed for athletic directors and coaches, providing an overview of the HHB definitions, and the need to respond to information (received directly or indirectly) that students may be engaging in inappropriate conduct which violates the school’s HHB policies.  

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Cancellation Policy:  Once registered, funds are due and refunds will not be available.  Registrants may swap their position with another staff member at any time.  Inquiries regarding special considerations should be directed to Tim Vincent at timv@vsbit.org or 802-223-5040 X 207.