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Violence in the Workplace Instructor Course

This program will prepare you to teach a course in Domestic Violence in the Workplace



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Course Overview

Domestic violence and its effect on the workplace has become a major issue in today's business world. It seems there's not a day that goes by we are not faced with news about violence in the workplace.


By training company owners and employees how to avoid workplace violence you will not only help save lives, but you will also be very well compensated.


The Workplace Violence Instructor Course will enable you to train others dealing with domestic violence in the work environment. Once you take this course you'll be able to conduct training sessions individually or in groups. Get started today!


Course Syllabus

WPV10: Warning signs of domestic abuse and domestic violence - Domestic abuse and domestic violence not only affect the abused individual, the company can be adversely affected, as well. Recognizing potential victims is important for the safety of all concerned
WPV201: The cost and impact of domestic abuse on the workplace - Cost of domestic abuse on the workplace is impossible to quantify. Whether it is the loss of productivity and increased health costs for some employees or eventual bankruptcy due to a violent event, the cost cannot be dismissed or trivialized
WPV323: Components of domestic abuse and violence - Information about the relationship between the victim and abuser and how this affects the workplace are outlined. The reasons a victim stays in the relationship are varied, and it helps to acknowledge the reasons exist and that they may not be understood
WPV402: The employee The abuser - At any given company, it is possible that abusers, victims, or couples involved in an abusive relationship are among the employees. It is impossible to avoid liability, so the best way to handle these situations is to learn as much as possible about how to deal with the issue of domestic violence and abuse in the workplace
WPV523: Laws that specifically deal with employer responsibility - There are many laws that employers must understand in order to comply with the legal requirements pertaining to safety in the workplace. Whether it is OSHA or a local restraining order that protects an employee, companies are responsible for complying with these laws
WPV654: Communication with victims of domestic abuse and violence - Once the possibility that an employee is a victim of abuse becomes apparent, every effort must be made to establish the lines of communication. This is not an easy task, but it is an important one for all concerned. This chapter helps employers find a way to break the ice
WPV768: How to Train Employers - There are many things that company management can do to help a victim of domestic abuse or violence. Some of these actions involve using company resources to assist the victim in compassionate and effective ways
WPV821: Options for workplace security - There are many ways companies can provide and take advantage of security programs designed to make everyone safer.
WPV910: Developing policies with respect to workplace violence - While domestic violence is unique in some ways, a policy that helps a company establish a plan for handling workplace violence of any kind is important to developing a positive workplace environment. This chapter discusses the primary components of such a policy

Course Certification & Objectives

When you successfully complete this course you will obtain certification from the National Education Council to teach this course.
1. Gain the knowledge needed to train this course
2. Understand the symptoms of an abuser and potential violent person
3. Help company owners develop and implement workplace violence and abuse protocols
4.Evaluate a list of suspects and recognize violent behavior patterns and motive
5. How to deal with angry or upset clients and employees
6. How to verbally de-escalate potential violent encounters


Course Details

Estimated time to complete
7 Days or 90 Study Hours
Text Book
Counting the Cost - Addressing Domestic Violence in the Workplace - Johnny Lee
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20 Students
$99 Per Student Course Cost
$49 Hand Out Cost
$1,931 PROFIT
5 hour Class
YOU EARN $386.20 Per Hour

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This Course is Accredited By the National Education Council