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Workshop Spotlight:
Dealing with Aggressive Behavior: Enhancing Your Safety in the Office and the Community presented by: Ron Scheit
  Aggressive behavior is one of the most anxiety provoking, yet fundamental behaviors known to man. Increasingly, acts of anger, aggression and violence permeate our schools, public agencies and offices. For most people, attempting to deal with angry and aggressive individuals is a source of frustration, anxiety and fear. This program provides information on the various levels of threat and teaches how to safely make contacts both in and outside the office. The program separates aggressive behavior into four identifiable stages and teaches how to deal with each stage.
Course Description
This program teaches participants how to make safe contacts both in and outside the office, and how to differentiate between “bluff behaviors,” those behaviors intended to accomplish a goal but that are not physically threatening, and “danger behaviors,” those behaviors indicating a high probability of physical attack. It then provides skills to de-escalate each level of behavior.
Participants attending this presentation will be able to:
  1.    Evaluate how you react to anger and aggression.
    1.    Assess your conflict resolution skills.
    2.    Evaluate why some people under-react and some over-react.
    3.   Identify the four stages of anger and aggressive behavior.
    4.    Identify why people get angry.
    5.    Recognize “Danger Behavior”.
    6.    Apply the appropriate de-escalation techniques for the corresponding level of behavior.

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2017 Third Quarter Children’s Television Programming Documentation

The next Children’s Television Programming Report must be filed with the FCC and placed in stations’ public inspection files by October 10, 2017, reflecting programming aired during the months of July, August, and September 2017.

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2017 Third Quarter Issues/Programs List Advisory for Broadcast Stations

The next Quarterly Issues/Programs List (“Quarterly List”) must be placed in stations’ public inspection files by October 10, 2017, reflecting information for the months of July, August, and September 2017.