Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) Training for Faculty

Classroom faculty and staff are well-positioned to recognize students in distress. Sharing this information is vital to the Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT), as it helps assess risk and develop interventions aimed at student support and mitigation of harm to the individual, institution, and community. However, many teachers, administrators, and staff need guidance and education on what, how, and when to submit a referral to their BIT.

This workshop is designed specifically for faculty members at K-12 and higher education institutions to address how their role supports the BIT. This workshop is interactive, allowing time for discussion, and customized to the specific institution’s Behavioral Intervention Team for seamless integration and enhanced reporting.

After completing this course, participants will be able to:

  • Explain the major components of a Behavioral Intervention Team.
  • Identify behaviors that should be reported to the BIT.
  • Write and submit accurate and actionable referrals.
  • Explain what happens after a referral is submitted to the BIT.

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