Course begins September 13th and ends December 20th
Learn to recognize pre-incident indicators (warning signs) of potentially violent situations, to determine the danger level, and how to keep people safe.
- ASSESS situations of potential violence by recognizing warning signs you can identify before violence occurs
- MITIGATE and de-escalate potential violence through proven behavioral threat management strategies and tactics
- PROTECT the people you care about by keeping them safe and ensuring they feel safe. Protect against liabilities and protect your organization’s brand
SHRM has approved this course for 16 credits.
HRCI has approved this course for 16 credits.
Human Resources, Workplace Safety, Security, Legal, Leadership Professionals and anyone who seeks to keep people safe from violence, active shooters, domestic violence spillover, etc
You will receive life-saving instruction developed and taught by experts with decades of real-life experience in the field of Threat Assessment and Management. Methodologies used by mental health experts and agencies like the United States Secret Service to assess-mitigate-protect against potentially violent situations.
Method of Instruction:
Interactive virtual meeting format consisting of eight, two-hour sessions, generally meeting every other week for two months. There are required reading and case study assignments. Successful completion of a competency-based exam is required for certification.
To ensure you become proficient in the instruction you receive, participation in each course is limited to small groups.