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Vector Solutions Adds New Topics to its Library of Student Safety and Wellbeing Training Courses

School safety training provider Vector solutions introduced new online courses for students on safety topics such as trauma awareness, dating violence, human trafficking, and more, the company said in a press release.

The short online video lessons, added this week to Vector’s existing library of student safety and well-being lessons, “help schools teach and promote discussions about important safety, well-being topics. social and emotional being and learning that have a significant impact on students and the school community,” Vector Solutions said.

Each topic is covered in brief, age-appropriate modules for students in grades 9-12 and 6-8, according to the press release; they will be made available to schools for the 2022-2023 school year.

The new series includes the following topics:

  • Active preparation of the aggressor
  • Dating Violence Awareness
  • Human Trafficking Awareness
  • Sexual Abuse Awareness
  • Trauma Awareness

Previously released safety training video collections include titles such as Bullying and Cyberbullying, Youth Suicide Awareness, Alcohol, Vaping and Drug Prevention, Sexual Harassment, Digital Citizenship , stress and anxiety, depression, healthy relationships, etc.

“Written by subject matter experts, the student safety and wellbeing courses are presented by diverse young people to help engage students with the content,” the company said. “Teachers can assign the lessons to students to complete independently, or use them in a facilitated group setting, such as the main room or during counseling periods. Courses can also be used for remediation.

Each module is accompanied by educational resources such as lesson plans, assessments, discussion questions and discussion facilitation activities.

Learn more about Vector Solutions website.

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