The purpose of LLR’s Awareness and Action project is to provide research and actionable resources for increased individual and community resilience through the prevention of violence in schools, workplaces, and communities.
This 8-week modular training has been developed to assist in the establishment of new behavioral based competencies for violence prevention and mitigation. Active and applied learning in Bystander Intervention, Situational Awareness, Dynamic Risk Assessment and more are intended to equip participants with tools for positive development and higher levels of resilience.
Our three topic short course covers understanding and application of preventing violence on campus, in the workplace, and in public places. Participants will learn and practice how to cultivate increased personal and situational awareness, how to identify indicators of violence and engage in appropriate active response. Participants will also identify characteristics of resilience and practice incorporating tools and skills into daily life. This course complies with State of California and Federal regulations concerning violence prevention on campus and in healthcare facilities.
All courses are based on an 8 week online modular format. Each course can be personalized to groups, organizations, and institutions, while still maintaining the important integrity of the 8 week format. All online courses take place within our Learning Management System (LifeWiseU) so no travel is required. Depending on course selection, courses may include a live web-based component within at least one module. Requirements will be clearly identified upon course delivery.