MSSC Training

School Safety Specialist Program

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  • Asynchronous self-paced badges
  • Badges offered through Eastern Maine Community College
  • Each cohort has 8 weeks to finish the program
  • Program completion takes approximately 20-25 hours


  • Become a leader in your school
  • Network with appropriate stakeholders
  • Be informed to guide a safety team
  • Know which questions to ask and how to find answers
  • Earn contact hours and digital badges      
  • For more information, visit the MSSC Initiative page here

** New cohorts start at the beginning of each month**

Interested in the School Safety Specialist Program? Fill out this form to be notified for the next cohort.


Upcoming MSSC Training


Interested in the Behavioral Threat Assessment Management tool CSTAG training for your school?
Contact Dr. Karen Barnes


Partner Training

Attention: State and District Leaders, School Administrators, Educators, Student Support Personnel, Parents, and Education Stakeholders



Foundations of Targeted Violence Prevention eLearning

The Foundations of Targeted Violence Prevention eLearning is a one-hour online training developed by the Department of Homeland Security,
National Threat Evaluation and Reporting Program Office that empowers faculty, staff, and parents to:
 Recognize threats or potentially concerning behaviors.
 Understand what behaviors may be displayed by a person who is on a pathway to violence.
 Learn where to report information of concern.
 Understand how the information reported will be used to keep our community safe.


No Cost Bomb Threat Assessment for Decision Makers Virtual Training
Participants can visit Office for Bombing Prevention ( to register for this and additional trainings.
Check in with the REMS TA website here for webinars, online trainings, and more!



Wendy Robichaud, Ed.D.
School Safety Training Coordinator