Webstream Trainings from NCHERM, NaBITA and ATIXA.
On Demand. Where You Want Them. When You Want Them. As Often as You Need Them.
This webpage provides access to the NCHERM catalog of more than 40 webstream training topics. Webstreams are digitally recorded webinar trainings that are delivered to you on demand, online through streaming video. Or, you may choose to download the training video file for storage and retrieval from your hard drive as needed. Once you purchase a webstream, you will have perpetual access to its content either through this webpage or by downloading the file. You are welcome to share access with others on your campus or at your school, and may post the content to a password-protected intranet. However, dissemination of these copyrighted works outside of your institution or district is not permitted by NCHERM, and no public viewing or posting of the trainings is permitted on the Internet or by other means. Webinars originally hosted by NCHERM and its sister organizations NaBITA and ATIXA are all archived as webstreams on this site. Topics are rotated out of the catalog once their content is no longer timely.
Most of our webstreams were originally broadcast as audio seminars with accompanying PowerPoint™ slides. When the topics were added to our webstream catalog, the audio files and the PowerPoint™ slides were digitally integrated into one file, so that you can listen to the presenter audio and watch the slide content simultaneously. When you purchase a webstream, you will also receive a copy of the original PowerPoint™ slide file for your use to accompany the webstream. Most of our webstream trainings are 90 minutes in length, but the length of each webstream is noted in its description below if it is not 90 minutes. Each original webinar also featured Q & A with the presenters, and that original Q & A has been included in the webstreams as well.
Webstreams can be purchased for $249.99 each. NaBITA and ATIXA members receive 15% discounts on topics related to each association's mission. If you need your member promo code or enhanced membership benefits, please direct NaBITA inquiries to Samantha Dutill at 610-993-0229 or email email@example.com. Please direct ATIXA inquiries to Marianne Price at 610-993-0229 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Webstreams are also available at discounted rates when multiple topics are added to your shopping cart. Five webstreams can be purchased for $999.99. Ten webstreams can be purchased for $1799.99. Twenty webstreams can be purchased for $2999.99. Unlimited access to all webstreams in the catalog now and those that will be added in the future can be purchased for $9999.99.
Instructions for Use
Once you purchase your topics using our online shopping cart, you will automatically receive instructions for accessing the webstream training, which you can then stream online or download to view from your hard drive. Those with slower Internet connections or older computer video cards may find that streaming the video online may result in a slow or choppy video feed, and will find better results from downloading the file. All supplemental materials (e.g. slides) will accompany your purchase. To purchase webstreams without using our shopping cart, please contact Michelle Issadore at 610-993-0229 or email email@example.com. Below, please find our catalog of webstreams listed by category:
- Campus Sexual Misconduct;
- Preventive Law and Risk Management;
- Campus Compliance;
- Academic Affairs and Faculty Training;
- Campus Behavioral Intervention and Mental Health;
- Student Conduct and Campus Discipline; and
How to Use a Webstream
There are many ways to utilize webstream trainings because they are available on demand, when you want them, where you want them. You can allow individuals across your campus to view them independently, and even at home. You can screen them in a group setting as a training tool, or use segments for targeted training or to supplement your in-house trainings with multi-media elements. By downloading your webstream training, you maintain on-demand access to it whenever the need arises, and you can always access the webpage unlimited times, as well.
Webinars.ncherm.org is your portal for accessing the NCHERM, NaBITA and ATIXA catalog of webstream trainings. To purchase webstreams, visit the NCHERM store by clicking here. Once you make your purchase, you will automatically receive instructions to create and activate your account. Your webstream training(s) and all supplemental materials will be available in your account. To give access to others on your campus or at your school, you must share your account access information with them.
If you experience any technical difficulty, please call 610-993-0229 or email Michelle Issadore at firstname.lastname@example.org. To register for an upcoming webinar or webstream event, please click here. Once a live webinar or webstream is broadcast, it is usually added to this catalog within one month of its broadcast date. Additionally, live webinar or webstream registrants may purchase the recorded version together with their live registration at the discounted price of $449.99.
Campus Sexual Misconduct Training Topics
Student-on-Student Sexual Assault -- Do's and Don'ts
Gamechangers -- Reshaping Campus Sexual Misconduct Through Litigation
Campus Sexual Assault -- The OCR Perspective on Title IX Enforcement
Profiling the Campus Date Rapist
Sexual Misconduct Judicial Training Series, Parts I-III
Sexual Misconduct Critical Issues Training for Boards -- Module 1: Hearing Board Competencies
Sexual Misconduct Critical Issues Training for Boards -- Module 2: Title IX-Based Competencies
Sexual Misconduct Critical Issues Training for Boards -- Module 3: NCHERM Policy Analytic
Sexual Misconduct Critical Issues Training for Boards -- Module 4: Path to Good Decision-Making
Sexual Misconduct Critical Issues Training for Boards -- Complete set of 4 Modules
Preventive Law and Risk Management Training Topics
Best Practices for Search & Seizure on Campus
You Can't Say That, Can You? A Practical Guide to Campus Free Speech
Will Your Campus Sexual Harassment Policy Hold Up in Court?
Ten Risk Management Strategies for College Athletics
Risk Management for College Athletics: Title IX's Other Side
Tools to Reduce Personal Liability for College Administrators
Challenges in Creating and Assessing Campus Emergency Plans
Returning Veterans: Implications for Higher Education
Veterans: Their Expectations, Our Challenges and Legal Duties
Campus Compliance Training Topics
Clery Act Compliance: Getting the Big Picture
The Clery Act: 5 Things Student Affairs Administrators Must Know
Conducting Rights and Compliance Audits: Implementing Results
Charting the Changes: FERPA and ADA
The Higher Education Act Reauthorization: A to Z
Exploring New Regulations of the Higher Education Opportunity Act 2010
Academic Affairs and Faculty Training Topics
Law 101 for Faculty: How Not to Get Sued
Legal Primer for New Academic Administrators
Campus Behavioral Intervention and Mental Health Training Topics
Behavioral Intervention Teams: 20 Frequently Asked Questions
Threat Assessment and Aggression Management Strategies
Advanced Behavioral Intervention Team Protocol and Integration
Identifying and Responding to Student "Red Flag" Behaviors
Behavioral Intervention Team (CUBIT) Formation and Operation
Learning From Tragedy: A Framework for Mental Health and Violence Prevention
Legal Issues for Campus Counselors and Therapists
Student Suicide -- What College Administrators Need to Know About Law and Best Practices
We've Intervened…Now What?
Campus Threat Assessment Part I: A Conceptual Framework
Campus Threat Assessment Part II: Learning to Use the NaBITA Threat Assessment Tool
Student Conduct and Campus Discipline Training Topics
Best Practices for Balancing Rights in Campus Conduct Processes
Training Hearing Boards on Best Practices
Crafting a Code of Conduct Conduct for the 21st Century College
Prevention Training Topics
The State of Campus Bystander Intervention Efforts
Making Prevention Programming More Effective: 12 Do's and Don'ts
Responding to Rider: Hazing Prevention Through Intervention
The Challenge of Educating Students on High Risk Health and Safety Issues: Creating a Four Year Strategic Plan