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Cybersecurity and People Hacking

Your people are being “Hacked” every day. Learn what “People Hacking” is, the impact on your school district's information security and finances and strategies you can implement to address this fast-growing issue.

Harold Buckner on February 8, 2019

Regular price: $50.00
Discounted member price $0.00
CE Hours: 1.00

How to Survive a FEMA Audit

This free, recorded webinar covers information on how to survive a FEMA audit. On April 17, 2013, the fertilizer plant in West, Texas had a massive explosion which caused damage to the District’s facilities, making them unusable. Charles Mikeska, Assistant Superintendent of Finance and Operations for West ISD, and other members of the West ISD team outline the processes and procedures that the district utilized to ensure that the District was able to resume operations as quickly as possible. The West ISD operations team that was in place during the explosion will present items they learned during the on-going recovery, along with information they learned from the OIG audit. CE 1/CPE 1

Charles Mikeska, RTSBA on September 13, 2017

Regular price: $0.00
Discounted member price $0.00
CE Hours: 0.00

Overview of Multi-Hazard Emergency Operations Requirements

This recorded webinar provides a broad overview of school emergency plan development and touches on the following subjects: current laws governing emergency plan development by schools; sources for plan framework and plan examples; steps for developing the plan; and discussion on who should be involved in the planning process from both inside and outside the school district. CE 1/CPE 1

Denise M. Chuick, M.Ed., CTSBS, CSRM on November 14, 2017

Regular price: $125.00
Discounted member price $75.00
CE Hours: 1.00

School District's Claims Against Architects and Contractors

Based in-part upon overstated perceptions of rampant waste and frivolous claims by school districts and other governmental entities, the 2019 Legislature passed a few significant laws (and failed to pass some that will return next session) which impose weighty burdens on school districts with legitimate defect claims against architects and/or contractors. The presenters will provide a backdrop for the changes, an overview of the requirements in the new legislation that are crucial for school districts to understand, and provide collaborative solutions to help you prepare for the prospect of a defect in one of your projects. CE 1/CPE 1

Ann Greenberg and Winnie Dominguez, Walsh Gallegos on Jan. 31, 2020

Regular price: $50.00
Discounted member price $0.00
CE Hours: 1.00

Why You Can't Afford a Cheap Roof

Over the past several years, Texas has experienced extreme weather events causing many millions of dollars of property damage. School districts have significantly fewer options for property coverage, and the cost of coverage and deductible levels continue to rise. This session will provide practical information on what steps districts should take to avert these looming costs in their communities and provide safe and secure learning environments for their students. CEU/CPE: 1.00

Mary Barrett, Janina Flores, and Troy Winslow on July 24, 2019

Regular price: $50.00
Discounted member price $0.00
CE Hours: 1.00

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