April Dinner- What would You Do? Active Shooter Training Simulation

April 21, 2020
5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
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Crowne Plaza-King of Prussia
260 Mall Blvd
King of Prussia, PA 19406
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Active Shooter – What Would You Do?

Approved for 1.25 SHRM PDC's and HRCI Credits 

Join your fellow GVFHRA attendees in a live, interactive active shooter simulation that will help you prepare yourself and your employees in the following ways:
1.Empower you to survive a crisis situation
2.Train your brain for survival
3.Participate in an interactive simulation which will discuss who an active shooter is, see how untrained react to an active shooter scenario and how a trained individual reacts for better survival
4.Learn how and when to RUN-HIDE-FIGHT

This training is for EVERYONE: HR Professionals, CEO’s, Management team members, employees of all disciplines! The information you gain at this session is beneficial personally and can be shared with your staff to provide emergency preparedness!

Speaker-Bob “Bubba” Fatula - Bob “Bubba” Fatula is a retired Law Enforcement Officer.  In 1991, he served aboard the USS Guam in the 1st Gulf War. In 1993, he attended Indiana University of PA Police Academy where he obtained an Act 120 Certification. In 1993, he started his law enforcement career which included membership on a Drug Task Force, Detective and Negotiator for a Special Emergency Response Team (SERT.) For the next 10 years, Det. Fatula investigated numerous high-profile cases in Somerset County. Bob teaches criminal justice at York Technical Institute and in 2017 opened an Active Shooter Preparedness business to prepare individuals for emergency active shooter situations. He is an ALICE certified Instructor.

Clothing Drive:We are also collecting clothing for PA Workwear in Norristown, PA. PA Workwear helps ensure economic independence for individuals who receive temporary assistance for needy families (TANF) by providing professional attire for job interviews and specific clothing necessary for employment or training. The goal is to help empower these individuals transitioning from welfare to the workforce in style!
If you are interested in making a donation, the PA WORKWEAR program is currently accepting the following donations ONLY:

  • Women’s business / business casual SPRING/SUMMER attire sizes 0-32
  • Unused body sprays, lotions, powders, deodorants, make-up, toiletries
  • Closed- toe professional women’s shoes - all sizes
  • Unused hair care products
  • Professional handbags
  • Unused undergarments / hosiery
  • Unused dental hygiene products
  • Clothing store gift cards, varying increments

*All donations are tax-deductible. https://www.montcopa.org/2096/PA-Workwear

 

Tickets

$45.00 GVFHRA Members
$35.00 Earlybird rate before January 22

$70.00 Non-Member
$60.00 Earlybird rate before January 22

$20.00 Students

$20.00 Full Time Student