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Surviving a Mass Shooting Incident – Teaching Resources

July 27 @ 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM CDT

Be Prepared & Get Training & Get Resources to Teach this Class in Your Community

Preparation and planning save lives. It’s awful to think about these incidents, but it’s important to know what to do just in case. Leave class with the knowledge of best practices and with the resources to teach classes like this in your own community. Get up-to-date information and hands-on experience for an event that is unpredictable and unfolds quickly. From Columbine to the Clackamas Town Center, Sandy Hook to Club Q, the FBI reports mass shooting incidents are on the rise. Training for such a situation, one of the worst-case scenarios imaginable, is important because knowing what to do, making fast decisions, and acting quickly save lives. Silvia will share resources, articles, research, and her PowerPoint presentation with you in the hope that you will take this information out into your own community.

Bring: Notetaking materials and water

Wear: Comfortable clothing

Appropriate For:
  • Adults 18 plus, All Genders
  • Intermediate Experience, Advanced Experience
  • Mild Exertion
Areas of Focus:
  • Situation
  • ESD
  • Model Course
  • Teaching Skills
  • Research
Wentz Science Center, room 101


July 27
1:30 PM - 3:00 PM CDT
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Wentz Science Center, room 101
-- 131 S. Loomis St.
Naperville, IL 60540 United States


Goeroe Silvia Smart


Appropriate for
Adults 18 plus, All Genders
Recommended Experience Level
Intermediate Experience, Advanced Experience
Exertion Level
Mild Exertion

Please be courteous to those who are masked by offering to mask when working with them in class or in other venues.

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