American Society for Industrial Security is an international Society for security professionals.  They provide training and certification for security professionals.  These webinars are hosted by ASIS and utilize the services of leading security professionals in the fields they are conducting the webinar on.  These webinars require registration and the charge for each is $49.00 for ASIS member and $79.00 for non-members or an annual subscription for$199.00 (for non ASIS members).  To register click the purple underlined line and go to the Professional Development portion of the site.  Then click on webinars and select the one you’re interested in. Below see the list of webinars for  2019.  You can also see a list of canned webinars that you can access for the same fees as the new ones.

July 8 (1-2 pm MDT)  CPTED for Beginners

July 9 (1-2 pm MDT) Crisis and Threat Management Considerations for Business Resumption against the Bacdrop of COVID-19 and Social Unrest

July 15 (1-2 pm MDT)  Traditional Lockdown Versus Multi-Option Responses to School Shootings

July 29 (1-2 pm MDT) The Dirty Dozen – Twelve Operational Security Core Areas That Fit Any Organization

July 30 (1-2 pm MDT)  The Maturity Model for Corporate Security:  Optimizing Your Security Plan

August 6 (1-2 pm MDT) Decoding Enterprise Security Risk Management – A Roadmap for ESRM Program Success

August 12 (1-2 pm MDT)  Adapting Your Emergency Communication Plan Post – COVID-19 Using Mass Notification

First Nations Development Institute (Shawn Spruce)

July 7 (12-1 pm MDT)  What’s going on with financial markets and COVID-19?  Friends and Colleagues

On February 20th investors rejoiced as the stock market’s most popular benchmark, the S&P 500 Index, hit a record high of 3,373 points.  Four weeks later, with the entire country on lockdown, the eleven year bull market appeared as a distant memory when the S&P tanked 34% from its record.  However, since then the stock market has recouped nearly all of its losses, albeit with no shortage of volatile trading days.  How is it possible while in the midst of an unprecedented global pandemic that has put over 30 million Americans out of work, shuttered the doors of thousands of businesses, and placed taxpayers on the hook for over $2 trillion of economic stimulus – stocks of many U.S. companies appear largely unfazed?

Whether or not investors are out of the woods has yet to be seen.  But for Native people looking to stay informed while managing 401k’s and other investments tune in for easy to understand analysis, insights, and observations during these unpredictable times.  As an added bonus, one lucky attendee will win a box of delicious Tanka Bars and a copy of The Sioux Chef’s Indigenous Kitchen cookbook.  Great gifts for anyone suffering from Quarantine 15 – like me!

Register for First Nations Development Institute’s latest installment of thought provoking webinars on financial impacts of the COVID-19 global pandemic.

Shawn B. Spruce
Consulting and Training Services
1001 Windsor Dr

Asheville, NC 28803


A series of 30-minute Estate and Legacy Planning Webinars is being presented by Marsha Goetting, MSU Extension Family Economics Specialist and Emily Standley, Fergus/Petroleum County Agent.   The webinars are broadcast through Webex, a free, online platform each Tuesday at 11:00 AM.  If you would like to participate in the webinars, where you can see and hear the presenters, see PowerPoint slides, and ask questions go to http://www.montana.edu/estateplanning/tuesdaytips/ [montana.edu] and click the blue button:  Join Webinar.  Or, you may call: *1-855-797-9485 US Toll free or *1-415-655-0002 US Toll.  The access code changes weekly and appears at the site above as well as on the webinar schedule page.

Marsha A. Goetting, Ph.D., CFP®, CFCS
Professor and Extension Family Economics Specialist

E-mail: goetting@montana.edu
Voice: 406-994-5695   Fax:  406-994-4838