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County Clerks
KNOXVILLE: Embassy Suites - West Knoxville 8:00 CDT
 
 
 
 
Surviving Active Shooter Situations Part 2

Surviving Active Shooter Situations Part 2

06/07/2016 - 8:30 to 12:30 CDT
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Jackson-Jackson Energy Authority Building
Contact Name: 
COCTP Training Department (Chris, Kim, Malea or Marty)
Contact Phone Number: 
615-532-3555

In part two we will explore the framework of a workplace violence prevention plan, discussing the FBI Typologies of violence and the impact that they have on the workplace. We will also discuss situational awareness as the foundation of personal safety and techniques of how to become a harder target.
Are you responsible for delivering governmental or professional services, products, education, or health care? If you are, the data shows that you also need to be concerned about violence in the workplace and its impact on your business and employees. Workplace Violence accounts for nearly 800 homicides each year in the U.S. and nearly 2 million American workers are victims of some form of Workplace Violence every year! Federal regulations require that all employers make reasonable efforts to keep their employees safe and to mitigate the potential harm caused by Workplace Violence.

Jackson-Jackson Energy Authority Building
8:30 to 12:30 CDT
 
 
The Hidden Curriculum: Life Lessons You Won't Learn In A Classroom

The Hidden Curriculum: Life Lessons You Won't Learn In A Classroom

06/08/2016 - 9:00 to 5:00 EDT
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Knoxville-Institute for Public Service (Training Room #102)
Contact Name: 
COCTP Training Department (Chris, Kim, Malea or Marty)
Contact Phone Number: 
615-532-3555

Please join us for a special offering of:
“The Hidden Curriculum”
Life Lessons You Won’t Learn in a Classroom Workshop
Category B/Elective/Recertification - 8 hrs credit
The road to achievement requires going through land of trial and error, and every person you admire has walked down the same path. This workshop will cover how failures and experiences in life outside the classroom can turn into a stepping stone for your personal and professional success. Understanding life experiences and past mistakes will contribute to your success. In this session, you will discover specific elements that will help drive success and achievement in the following areas: passion, vision, preparation, courage, perseverance and loyalty.
Seating is limited.

Instructor: Dr. Rubin Cockrell

Knoxville-Institute for Public Service (Training Room #102)
9:00 to 5:00 EDT
 
 
Surviving Active Shooter Situations Part 2

Surviving Active Shooter Situations Part 2

06/08/2016 - 8:30 to 12:30 CDT
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Murfreesboro-Doubletree Hotel
Contact Name: 
COCTP Training Department (Chris, Kim, Malea or Marty)
Contact Phone Number: 
615-532-3555

In part two we will explore the framework of a workplace violence prevention plan, discussing the FBI Typologies of violence and the impact that they have on the workplace. We will also discuss situational awareness as the foundation of personal safety and techniques of how to become a harder target.
Are you responsible for delivering governmental or professional services, products, education, or health care? If you are, the data shows that you also need to be concerned about violence in the workplace and its impact on your business and employees. Workplace Violence accounts for nearly 800 homicides each year in the U.S. and nearly 2 million American workers are victims of some form of Workplace Violence every year! Federal regulations require that all employers make reasonable efforts to keep their employees safe and to mitigate the potential harm caused by Workplace Violence.

Murfreesboro-Doubletree Hotel
8:30 to 12:30 CDT
 
 
 
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Surviving Active Shooter Situations Part 2

Surviving Active Shooter Situations Part 2

06/14/2016 - 8:30 to 12:30 EDT
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Johnson City - Carnegie Hotel
Contact Name: 
COCTP Training Department (Chris, Kim, Malea or Marty)
Contact Phone Number: 
615-532-3555

In part two we will explore the framework of a workplace violence prevention plan, discussing the FBI Typologies of violence and the impact that they have on the workplace. We will also discuss situational awareness as the foundation of personal safety and techniques of how to become a harder target.
Are you responsible for delivering governmental or professional services, products, education, or health care? If you are, the data shows that you also need to be concerned about violence in the workplace and its impact on your business and employees. Workplace Violence accounts for nearly 800 homicides each year in the U.S. and nearly 2 million American workers are victims of some form of Workplace Violence every year! Federal regulations require that all employers make reasonable efforts to keep their employees safe and to mitigate the potential harm caused by Workplace Violence.

Johnson City - Carnegie Hotel
8:30 to 12:30 EDT
 
 
Court Clerks

Court Clerks

06/15/2016 - 8:00 CDT to 06/17/2016 - 8:00 CDT
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Nashville Maxwell House Hotel
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Sarah King
Contact Phone Number: 
615-741-2687
Nashville Maxwell House Hotel 8:00 CDT
 
 
 
Surviving Active Shooter Situations Part 2

Surviving Active Shooter Situations Part 2

06/15/2016 - 8:30 to 12:30 EDT
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Knoxville UT Conference Center (4th Floor)
Contact Name: 
COCTP Training Department (Chris, Kim, Malea or Marty)
Contact Phone Number: 
615-532-3555

In part two we will explore the framework of a workplace violence prevention plan, discussing the FBI Typologies of violence and the impact that they have on the workplace. We will also discuss situational awareness as the foundation of personal safety and techniques of how to become a harder target.
Are you responsible for delivering governmental or professional services, products, education, or health care? If you are, the data shows that you also need to be concerned about violence in the workplace and its impact on your business and employees. Workplace Violence accounts for nearly 800 homicides each year in the U.S. and nearly 2 million American workers are victims of some form of Workplace Violence every year! Federal regulations require that all employers make reasonable efforts to keep their employees safe and to mitigate the potential harm caused by Workplace Violence.

Knoxville UT Conference Center (4th Floor)
8:30 to 12:30 EDT
 
 
 
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