In response to recent national events, Northern Kentucky University is pleased to offer a new program to all faculty, staff, and students to raise awareness and help prepare individuals on how to respond to potential violent encounter.
The A.L.i.C.E. program will empower and educate the NKU community on how to handle and survive a critical violent event on campus. The program provides a basic history of school shootings, the motivation of these offenders, and provides options on how to respond if a violent shooter enters your building, office, or classroom. These options include: how to lockdown and barricade, evacuate, and counterattack depending on the dynamics of the situation. A discussion of how the university police will respond to such an incident will also be presented
The program will last two hours.
When training for the PeopleAdmin enhancements is available, you can register for a class or access information by clicking one of the PeopleAdmin titles below.
Center for Innovation and Technology in Education (CITE) Training Reservations
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myNKU Training for general myNKU training information
Occupational Safety Online Training
For questions regarding employee development or training please contact:
Director of Training & Development