How Threat Assessment & Intervention Training (TAIT) Works
TAIT is based on one of the nation's leading programs, the Salem-Keizer-Cascade Model for Student Threat Assessment Teams, which teaches principles and a step-by-step process to conduct a threat assessment using examples, exercises, and hands-on case studies.
Creates Multidisciplinary Teams for Better Outcomes
Learn how to create or leverage an existing team of internal and/or external members from multiple disciplines in order to synergize and deliver a comprehensive assessment outcome.
Provides TAIT Principles, Research & Impact
TAIT grounds teams in the basic foundations, research and impact of threat assessment and intervention to build credibility, help evangelize the program, and ease participants into learning without overwhelming them.
Provides Step-by-Step Training & Forms
Learn “Level I & II” assessment models to determine risk seriousness and needed level of intervention utilizing step-by-step guides and forms for timely outcomes that do not compromise program fidelity.
Conduct Case Studies to Prepare Teams
Read and learn threat examples, exercises, and hands-on case studies to put learning to practice. This ensures everyone is ready and understands their role and responsibilities before an actual threat.