Specifications include, but are not limited to:
3.1.1 School Security Attendant (SSA) Guard License Renewal and First Aid Training.
Training scheduling shall be coordinated between the CA/POC and the CONTRACTOR.
188.8.131.52 SSA Guard License Renewal. SSA license renewal training/certification is a four hour
curriculum established by the Hawaii Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs
(DCCA). Offeror and/or their Instructors shall provide proof that they are certified by the
DCCA to instruct this recertification course. CONTRACTOR and/or their Instructors shall
keep their DCCA certification current throughout the contract period.
184.108.40.206 SSA First Aid Training. SSAs shall receive four hours of in-depth training in first aid.
Participants will learn how to best support victims of gunshot wounds, large cuts, and
broken limbs. Offeror shall provide proof of their Instructor’s certification to instruct this
subject through the United States Department of Homeland Security, the American Red
Cross, or similar accredited institution. Instructor’s certification shall be kept current
throughout the contract period. The SSA First Aid training must occur during Hawaii’s
Teachers Institute Week and travel to individual islands will be required.
3.1.2 Professional Development Training for State/District Level Offices and Individual Schools
220.127.116.11 Sessions. A single training will be comprised of seven (7) blocked sessions where
instructors can teach up to thirty (30) staff members at a time. All training shall be
conducted in-person. Each Office/School will have the latitude to deviate from single
training dates and divide sessions according to their staff availability/professional
development needs. Training will be highly recommended and encouraged for HIDOE
employees; HIDOE employees reserve the option not to attend or participate in the
training. The required blocked sessions are listed below and at minimum, shall include
A. Active Threat Response Course. The Active Threat Response Course shall include
i. Lockdown – Participants will learn the safest areas within an office to lockdown.
Participants will also learn and be exposed to ways common office furniture and
material can stop a bullet(s).
ii. Evade – Participants will learn the difference between cover vs concealment.
They will also learn how tactically putting time, distance, and hard cover between
themselves and a threat is their best option.
iii. Engage – Participants will learn the best researched methods for defending
themselves as a last resort.
B. Emergency Event Planning. Participants will learn how preplanning (training) for
emergency events achieve the safest outcomes.