An exterior door buzzer system, visitor sign in procedures, receptionists, and other entry systems do not increase the safety and security of a school unless they are used effectively. Visitor Entry Screening is a 2 hour training designed to improve the process for screening visitors and increase the effective use of buzzer and other entry control systems.  The course examines foundational concepts of school safety and security including access control, visitor screening, visitor engagement, and the appropriate use of entry control technologies.  

The training consists of content delivery and interactive discussion, as well as hands on practice and activities related to the screening and entry of visitors in schools. It is designed for all school staff members and/or volunteers who operate entry systems and/or interact with visitors. The training is appropriate both as a refresher for those with some prior experience or knowledge, or as an introduction to these critical school safety and violence prevention concepts.

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All of our trainings, consulting services and resources are tailored to meet the needs YOUR of school district, university or organization.

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The Educator’s School Safety Network is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that provides low-cost training options to empower all your school stakeholders to save the lives of the children entrusted to their care.

In-person training with two of our experts starts at $2,500 (plus travel costs).