Communicate and Collaborate Effectively Between BIT and Title IX Staff
The Title IX regulations mandate an individualized safety or risk analysis before an institution can limit educational access, such as emergency removal. This analysis often can and should take the form of a Violence Risk Assessment (VRA).
This workshop aims to assist practitioners in implementing an evidence-based process that reduces bias, mitigates legal risk exposure, avoids disability discrimination, and ensures consistency in determining (1) if a VRA is necessary, (2) who should conduct the VRA, and (3) what to do after receiving the VRA results report.
Participants will learn how to vet who conducts a VRA, how the VRA varies from other types of assessments, and how to work collaboratively with behavioral intervention, CARE, and threat assessment teams to ensure an efficient and thorough process.
- Emergency Removal
- Behavioral Intervention Teams Overview
- Overlap of BIT and Title IX: Referrals and Information Sharing
- Violence Risk Assessment Overview
- VRA Results and When They Are Challenged
Partnerships between professionals managing Title IX and behavioral interventions are crucial for ensuring the safety and well-being of all.
Immerse yourself deeply in the VRA process by learning how to conduct a VRA with NABITA’s Structured Interview for Violence Risk Assessment (SIVRA-35) certification course.
After completing this workshop, participants will…
- Explain the steps of the Violence Risk Assessment process
- Distinguish between general, psychological, threat, and violence risk assessments
- Describe the key components of a good violence risk estimate
- Evaluate potential VRA assessors’ skills and training to determine if they meet the institution’s needs
- Develop effective collaboration and communication between the BIT and Title IX staff
- Interpret VRA reports to inform decision-making about emergency removal and supportive measures
Who Should Attend?
- Title IX Coordinators
- Deputy Title IX Coordinators
- Intake/Case Coordinators
- Human Resources Professionals
- Student Conduct Professionals
- Legal Counsel
- Compliance and Risk Management Professionals (Title VI, Title VII, Title IX, ADA/Section 504, AA, EEO, Clery)
- Law Enforcement/Campus Safety/School Resource Officers
- Student Affairs Administrators
- ADA/Section 504 Coordinators
- Disability Services Professionals
- Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Professionals
- School Board Members
- Superintendents, Principals, & Assistant Principals
- Case Managers
- Behavioral Intervention & Threat Assessment Team Members
- Academic Affairs Administrators & Deans
- Special Education/Exceptional Education Program Administrators
This workshop is tailored to be applicable for Higher Education Institutions, K-12 Schools and Districts, as well as Dual Enrollment programs.
Please note, Workshops do not offer certifications but they do receive digital badges. Attendees will earn 4 re-certifying credits toward any currently held Certifications. Please click here to view our Continuing Certification Credits (CCC) FAQs.
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- $399 Member
- $499 Non-Member
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