Active Shooter /Workplace Violence Course (Single)

Identifies what occurs during an active shooter situation and how the victim could possibly respond to escape or survive, including actions to take when faced with a threat.
Utilizing the latest recommendations from the US Department of Homeland Security, instruction is given to recognize potential work place violence / active shooter situations and steps to take in response from the victim’s perspective. The lecture identifies what occurs during an active shooter situation and how the victim could possibly respond to escape or survive.

 

Course Content

Section 1: Welcome
Section 2: Individual Level
Section 3: Law Enforcement
Section 4: Building Level
Section 5: Indicators
Section 6: Review
Active Shooter Training Knowledge Check

Who Is This Course For

Security Guards
Security Personnel

Instructors
Sal Lifieri
Security Consultant, Author, Lecturer

Sal LifrieriMr. Lifrieri is currently the President of Protective Countermeasures Inc., a security firm located in New Rochelle New York specializing in threat mitigation, investigation and training.

He is often sourced by both the local and national news media for commentary on security and terrorism related stories; is a published author and frequent lecturer.


Christine McQuillan
Course Designer, Content, and Producer

Christine McQuillanChristine is an Instructional Designer and eLearning Developer. She received her Bachelor of Science in Education from Illinois State University and worked as a teacher in inner-city Chicago before becoming a flight attendant.

Christine eventually became an instructor at the Republic training center in Indianapolis, Indiana. She specialized in training new hires and re-certifying current flight attendants on topics such as passenger safety, transportation security, and a wide variety of emergencies.

$89.00

This course includes: