START’s practitioner-focused trainings are designed to advance the empirical basis for understanding terrorism, counterterrorism, and community resilience and to support real-world application of research findings. Training content is based on objective data and analyses resulting from cutting-edge, original research conducted by START’s multidisciplinary network of scholars.
Through these trainings, START improves participant knowledge using factual baselines and proven methodologies while building new skills to support the integration of research into policy and practice.
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|Using the Global Terrorism Database: Introduction & Module 1||Terrorism Databases and Resources, Terrorism Trends||Asynchronous Online|
|Using the Global Terrorism Database||Terrorism Databases and Resources, Terrorism Trends||Asynchronous Online|
|Understanding Terrorism and the Terrorism Threat||Al-Qaida and Affiliated Movements, Group Behavior, Right-wing Terrorism, Terrorism Databases and Resources, Terrorism Trends||Asynchronous Online|
|Training in Risk and Crisis Communication (TRACC)||Crisis Communication||Synchronous Online, In Person|
|The Terror-Crime Nexus & Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear (CBRN) Threats||Bioterrorism, Chemical Threats, Group Behavior, Homeland Security Education and Training, Leadership in Violent Extremist Organizations, Nuclear Terrorism, Radiological Threats||Asynchronous Online|
|Devil in the Details: Effectively Researching and Interpreting Data for Defense and Security Professionals||Homeland Security Education and Training||In Person|
|Core Capabilities and Potential Durability of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL)||Al-Qaida and Affiliated Movements, Group Behavior, Homeland Security Education and Training||Asynchronous Online|
|Community-led Action in Response to Violent Extremism||Community Resilience, Homeland Security Education and Training, Psychology of Terrorism, Terrorism Databases and Resources, Terrorism Trends, Violence Adoption and Desistance||Asynchronous Online|