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Venue Safety and Security - Upcoming Trainings

Venue Safety and Security

Our field is becoming more rigorous about keeping our patrons, artists and staff safe while remaining accessible and welcoming. What risks and vulnerabilities are most relevant to your organization? What best practices can you look to as you explore increased safety for your events and facility? How should staff and volunteers be trained most effectively? When should you bring professionals into your preparation and implementation of security measures? Two upcoming professional development opportunities can help guide your conversations.

August 18 – 3:00-4:00PM EST; National Webinar
Security for Outdoor Performing Arts Events, addressing security measures, messaging, cost, and the relationships that need to be developed with law enforcement and others to support and protect performing arts programming at outdoor venues.
The Association of Performing Arts Presenters (APAP) is offering this webinar for free to members and non-members. Register: http://www.apap365.org/KNOWLEDGE/Professional%20Development/Pages/MonthlyWebinarSeries.aspx

September 27, 2016 – 9:00-10:15 AM; Orlando FL
PD@PAE Workshop: Venue Safety and Security. Faculty includes senior staff of the Dr. Phillips Performing Arts Center and Detective Joe Gilbert of the Orlando Police Department
Free with PAE registration: http://pae.southarts.org/general-info/registration-pricing/

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Mollie Quinlan-Hayes

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08/16/16

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