Resources

"At Risk" Online Training

KSU has invested in an online interactive tutorial called “At Risk” to help everyone identify signs of distress, communicate openly about those concerns, and make appropriate referrals. The training is primarily geared toward faculty and a classroom setting, but the skills are transferrable to other situations. The training takes approximately 45 minutes to complete and can be spaced out over time as your schedule permits (the program saves your responses as you progress through each scenario).

To take the course, follow the instructions below:

  • Click link: Kognito
  • Click “Access Training”
  • Fill out form using enrollment key: kennesaw12
  • Follow on-screen instructions
  • If you experience technical difficulties, please email support@kognito.com

Guidebook for Faculty and Staff

For in-depth information about recognizing and responding to students in distress, please review the following guidebook: http://www.campussuicidepreventionva.org/facultyhandbook/#/1/

BRT Guide

To help faculty and staff assess what options to consider when confronted with a person in distress, please review this BRT Guide. When in doubt, always refer everything to the BRT.

Guidance for addressing Disruptive Students

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