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Accelerated Safe Learning
To provide a safe learning environment, we require
that all staff and students show respect to each other. We discourage
incivility to protect members from verbal, written, physical, or other
form of aggression. All those who wish to participate in our coach
training will commit to these principles.
As aggression falls on a spectrum from incivility
to physical violence, all members will strive to maintain
an environment that is free from aggression, threats of violence,
harassment, intimidation and other disruptive behavior. We do not
tolerate inappropriate communication, and we will deal with all
incidents promptly and appropriately to ensure a safe and protected
- We value diversity among individuals and communicate
- We expect all members to be courteous, respectful and
- We hold individuals as responsible and accountable
for their behavior
- We deal with unacceptable behavior to promote
a message of zero tolerance
- We perceive inappropriate
behavior as signs of impending violence
- We will inform and train all members of our
school on how to maintain a safe environment
- We expect all members to protect their own
personal safety and to support others in the same
Following inappropriate behavior, we:
- Respond promptly to dangers to staff and to students
- Respond to each allegation
- Investigate incidents and threats
- Support victims after an incident
- Take disciplinary actions when warranted
Chronic Anger .
Verbal Aikido .
Some behaviors that warn of potential hostility or violence
include, but are not limited to:
- unwelcome name-calling
- throwing objects of any size or type
- intimidation through direct or veiled verbal threats
- physically touching another person in
intimidating, malicious or sexual ways
- intimidating others including obscene
gestures, fist-shaking, or similar gestures
- acts of abuse (e.g. spoken statements, including
tone of voice, or physical act which may be construed as a derogatory,
intimidating, bullying or disturbing
- rude or uncivil behavior (e.g. slamming doors,
disparaging comments about a student or trainer, criticizing a
student in public, vulgar or obscene words or actions,
including email, voice messages and graffiti
All students and staff must maintain a basic
competency in workplace safety and violence prevention.
Interpersonal hostility and violence can be upsetting, and persons
with these experiences are encouraged to seek support from a trainer or
organizer, who will listening and coach as required.
- Sexual impropriety: unwanted expressions of intimacy
- Threat: the expression of intent to cause physical harm
or emotional damage
- Property damage: intentional damage to property owned by
staff, students, or visitors
- Physical attack: unwanted contact such as hitting,
fighting, pushing or throwing objects
Report Aggressive Behavior
Aggressive behavior must be reported to a trainer
or organizer. Reports should detail incidents
thoroughly and accurately. The person making the report shall
be assured of confidentiality, with information released only on
a “need-to-know” basis. No retaliation or discrimination shall result
from reporting potential violence.
A final examination is required after completion of training
unless an exception has been granted by the trainer. Requests for exceptions
must be submitted in writing within four weeks of the final examination,
containing the rationale for the request.
The final examination is both oral and written,
is administered by the trainer;
and takes place at a designated location. Here is a
Our trainers can approve nontraditional examinations, such as a
portfolio of a semester’s work or a take-home examination. Requests for
nontraditional examinations should provide details about the method of
assessment, the grading criteria and the due date of the assignment.
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