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July 25, 2019
July 25, 2019 –
Join us to learn about the differences in the types of assessments school and organizations may need. There are 4 types of assessments: Risk, Threat, Vulnerability, Security. During our webinar we will go over each one so you fully understand when you need which assessment and what you should look for in an assessor. This webinar is for Florida School Board Members only and will speak to your specific needs. We look forward to helping you and answering any of your questions.
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