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Free On-Line Trainings “At Risk” for NOVA. Try them out!

Kognito is an FREE  interactive training for Faculty and Staff .  Through interactive conversation with student avatars, you can practice how to talk to students in distress and how to talk to and support our military students.   There is also a training for students on how to identify and talk to their peers who may be at risk.

The links to these trainings are below. The password to participate in these trainings is listed as well.  Please note that trainings are available on a first-come, first-serve basis, so please do not wait too long to participate.  Feel free to share this training opportunity with anyone you think may benefit.

 

At-Risk for Faculty & Staff

Website: http://www.kognitocampus.com/faculty

Enrollment Key: cspcva

 

At-Risk for Students

Website: http://www.kognitocampus.com/student

Enrollment Key: cspcva

 

Veterans on Campus

Website: http://www.kognitocampus.com/vet

Enrollment Key: cspcva

 

Veterans With Brain Injury Back to School Guide

http://www.dvbic.org/material/back-school-guide

Back to School Guide to Academic Success After Traumatic Brain Injury

The guide is for service members and veterans who have ongoing symptoms from a traumatic brain injury (TBI) and are going to college, university or vocational school. For multimedia content, click here.

Providers also can use this guide as a teaching tool to help their patients build a list of helpful contacts, track their progress and create a detailed schedule to manage their time. The frequently asked questions, or FAQ, sections quickly offer answers to common questions about accommodation plans, financial aid and assistive technology.

 

back to school

We Are Virginia’s Veterans is coming to NOVA

COMING SOON!

Services for our Veterans and their families with on-campus Peer to Peer support and counseling will be provided by We Are Virginia Veterans. Services are free and confidential. Times and dates will be announced. Please direct any inquiries to MaryAnn Raybuck, 703-425-5202 or mtraybuck@nvcc.edu