Updated: Feb 19
In April 2019, we teamed up with the Kansas Head Start Association to conduct active shooter trainings throughout the State of Kansas. The team provided training sessions in Pittsburg, Kansas City, Salina, Topeka, Wichita, and Dodge City – a journey that spanned over 400 miles.
Our Journey Teaching Active Shooter Courses Throughout The State Of Kansas
Along the way, we met many new friends! The dedication of the early child care community to keep children safe never ceases to amaze us. On the lighter side, the team visited several great local restaurants and sites – including Boot Hill and the statue of Wyatt Earp in Dodge City. It was an honor and a privilege working with the dedicated early childhood professionals in Kansas!
Visit Us At one of our Upcoming Training Sessions
The Institute for Childhood Preparedness is continuing to conduct active shooter and emergency preparedness training sessions throughout the United States. We are available to come to host a training event in your community, present to a group, present at a conference, or even provide a keynote address to your event.
In addition, we also provide site safety and risk assessments – designed to provide you with the information you need to better secure your program.
Catch us on the road!
April 29-May 2: National Head Start Conference in San Antonio, Booth 414
May 15-18: FREE active shooter training courses in California offered in partnership with the YMCA Childcare Resource Service
May 24-25: FREE active shooter training courses in Louisiana offered in partnership with the Louisiana Department of Health, Louisiana EMS for Children, Northwestern State Child and Family Network, and Woman's Foundation.
June 18-22: Presenting at the National Association for Family Child Care Conference in Orlando, Florida
June 25-27: Presenting at the BUILD QRIS Conference in New Orleans, LA
For more information about these events, or to book your own training/event please visit our website at: childhoodpreparedness.org.