Substitute Teacher Training
We share our years of experience with your team so that they can be heroes too.
Our 20-minute course ensures that
substitute teachers are trained in the
same methods as the regular classroom teachers,
at an appropriate level for their position
Steps for Survival
Online Course for Substitute Teachers
Full protection of a facility only comes when every person is afforded the proper training. That is why at ONE Training, we developed a course especially for substitute teachers. Whether you are joining the staff for an extended leave of absence or taking on the role of a daily substitute teacher, training is essential to be fully prepared.
Too many schools have untrained substitute teachers, unprepared to act in a consistent and confident fashion should an attack occur. We understand that substitutes may not be authorized to complete the full 2-hour training, so the most critical life-saving techniques are distilled into a 20-minute course to offer protection quickly and effectively.
Key Elements of the Course Include:
- Options available to you during an attack and how to use them
- Practical application tips to use the federally recommended
This life-changing class will not scare you or present you with gory images, but it will allow you to see your life-saving potential in a new way and embrace that newfound power.
Speak to an expert today
Take the first step and speak with one of our trainers today. We want to know more about you, your organization, and your safety and security goals.
What others say about our training
America’s #1 Preferred Training
Thank you, NSSPA, for naming ONE Training LLC as America’s #1 preferred training!
Our Mission Statement
ONE Training LLC is dedicated to one mission, “Our Mission is to provide real-world solutions to save lives from an active shooter attack.” We are founded by a SWAT Operator who is partnered with Subject Matter Experts from FBI, Secret Service, Homeland Security, NYS Homeland Security, Navy Seals, Delta Force Operators, and Detectives who have studied active shooter attacks since 1985.