Training

Active Threat

Active Threat prevention and response training provides valuable information about the characteristics, prevention tools, and response techniques that may be used before and during an active threat situation. This course is an interactive experience with emergency management and law enforcement officials.

Resources

Active Threat Training FAQ

Active Threat Situation Checklist

How to Register

Faculty & Staff: Registration for open session courses can be completed in GEMS with course number EMASR. View Instructions for Registering in GEMS for more information.
Students: email usf-emergencymgmt@usf.edu with the date you would like to attend.

2022 ACTIVE THREAT TRAINING OPEN SESSIONS

The below sessions will be hosted virtually via Microsoft Teams. If you would like to schedule an in-person or virtual session for your class or department, please fill out our training request form found below this schedule.

Employees register in GEMS and you will be emailed access information no sooner than a week before your scheduled session.

Students can register by emailing usf-emergencymgmt@usf.edu.

**Registration ends 1 hour before the scheduled start time**

Date Time GEMS Code Location
January 19 2-3p EMASR 167 Virtual via Teams
February 9 2-3p EMASR 168

Virtual via Teams

March 9 2-3p EMASR 169

Virtual via Teams

April 6 2-3p EMASR 170 Virtual via Teams
May 18 2-3p EMASR 171 Virtual via Teams
June 8 2-3p EMASR 172 Virtual via Teams
July 13 2-3p EMASR 173 Virtual via Teams
August 24 2-3p EMASR 174 Virtual via Teams
September 14 2-3p EMASR 175 Virtual via Teams
October 12 2-3p EMASR 176 Virtual via Teams
November 9 2-3p EMASR 177 Virtual via Teams
December 7 2-3p EMASR 178 Virtual via Teams

 


request training Session

To request a training program for your department, complete the Training Request Form. A minimum of 20 participants is required to request a session. Training forms must be submitted a minimum of 3 weeks prior to preferred training date. Please allow 1 week for training requests to be reviewed and scheduled. 

Contact your campus police department or USF-EmergencyMgmt@usf.edu for more information.