The National Association for Behavioral Intervention and Threat Assessment (NABITA) is committed to providing education, development and support to school and workplace professionals who endeavor every day to make their environments safer through caring prevention and intervention.

NABITA’s vision is to make our schools and workplaces safer environments where development, education, and caring intervention are fostered and encouraged. We bring together professionals from multiple disciplines who are engaged in the essential function of behavioral intervention in schools, on college campuses, and in workplaces and organizations for mutual support and shared learning.

NABITA is the premier association for behavioral intervention team training, offering a number of courses to meet the growing demand for new and unique professional development opportunities. NABITA Certification Courses provide organizations the opportunity to learn more about the operation and utility of a BIT. Our hosted training model allows attendees to gather for training, while simultaneously allowing the host organization to train staff and faculty without the inconvenience of extended travel and associated costs.

Many trainings include certification through TNG’s Continuing Certification Credit (CCC) Program. For more information, visit https://www.tngconsulting.com/trainingcertification/continuing-certification-credits/.

Application Process

Applications are accepted on a rolling basis and will be reviewed within three weeks of submission. If your preliminary application is approved, you will be required to complete the final application. The final application includes details regarding local hotels, transportation, parking, wifi codes, insurance, etc. 

Please note: as applications are reviewed on a rolling basis to build a calendar for the following year, prospective hosts are encouraged to submit applications as soon as possible to ensure consideration before the calendar fills.  

The decision to host an event operates on a “first-come, first-served” basis and is determined by variables such as presenter availability, regional location, proximity to other training events, training demand, and the quality of completion for the criteria outlined below. In an effort to help attendees keep travel costs to a minimum, priority is given to prospective hosts located in major metropolitan areas with easy access to air and ground transportation.

In consideration for partnering with NABITA to host a training event, the host’s registration fee is waived for up to ten attendees.  NABITA reserves the right to fill the training facility to maximum capacity (less host attendees), so please budget appropriately.

Submission Instructions

If you choose to submit a paper application and not complete the online form, each page of this document must be initialed in the lower right corner to confirm understanding of and ability to provide each item outlined below. Please complete each section. Incomplete submissions will not be reviewed. 

Contact Information

Should you have any questions, please contact us by emailing events@nabita.org or by calling 610-993-0229. After your submission, a member of our staff will be in touch.