AVADE® Instructor Seminars

HEALTHCARE AND CORPORATE WORKPLACE VIOLENCE PREVENTION

AVADE® Basic Instructor Certification Course

The AVADE® Corporate and Healthcare Workplace Violence Prevention training programs meet the requirements of State and Federal guidelines and regulatory compliance for maintaining a Workplace Violence Prevention training program. This instructor course involves scenario-based exercises, group interaction, discussion, lecture, and hands-on techniques. AVADE® training is modular based and can be adapted into a variety of scheduling and training dynamics.

Upon successful completion of the 12hr. (1.5-day) AVADE® certification program, Instructors will receive the following:

AVADE® 3-Year In-House Instructor Certification – Personal Safety Training Inc.
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Authorization to train and certify staff in the:

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AVADE® (2-hour) certification course(s)

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AVADE® (4-hour) certification course(s)

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AVADE® (1-day) certification course(s)

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The AVADE® Instructor package includes:

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Flash drive with AVADE® 2-hour, 4-hour, 4-hour Supervisory, Robbery Prevention, and 1-day programs

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AVADE® Advanced Instructor manual

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AVADE® Violence in the Workplace Student Guide

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AVADE® Student Handouts and Training Forms

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Be Safe Not Sorry: the art and science of keeping YOU and your family SAFE from crime and violence”

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Sample Policies: WPV prevention, active shooter, robbery & more…

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Maintenance of training records

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Continual support from AVADE® & Personal Safety Training Inc.

Special Instructor Development Tools and Techniques

The effective Instructor knows that motivation and inspiration are needed to effect any long lasting change. A comprehensive instructor development section provides proven instructional techniques to enhance learning and retention of the AVADE® material.

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Instructor must attend all sessions of the training to be certified.

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Instructor candidate must pass the 25-question written exam with an 80% or better.

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Instructor candidate must pass the trainers presentation with an acceptable rating.

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Instructor candidate must pass the physical skills test with an acceptable rating.

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Instructor must adhere to all requirements & guidelines as set forth in the manual.

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Recertification as an instructor is required every three years.

AVADE® Basic Instructor Course Outline
Introduction
  • What is AVADE® training?
  • What is Workplace Violence?
  • Workplace Violence Defined
  • The Myth of Workplace Violence
  • Crime and Violence in the Workplace
  • The AVADE® Principles
  • AVADE® Modules and Objectives
  • General Personal Safety Measures
  • Personal Safety Habits
  • Developing Habits
Awareness
  • Awareness
  • Worker Risk Factors to WPV
  • Levels of Awareness
  • Self-Awareness
  • Emotional Awareness
  • The Amazing Mind
  • Situational Awareness
  • Environmental Awareness
  • Unconscious Awareness
  • Mental Movies and Impressing the Unconscious Mind
  • Higher Awareness
  • Developing & Increasing Awareness
Vigilance
  • Hypervigilance
  • The Five Senses
  • Trust Your Intuition
  • Using Your Intuition
  • Messages of Intuition
  • Developing Intuition
  • Stop-Look-Listen
Avoidance
  • Who Commits Violence?
  • Characteristics of Individuals Who Commit Violence
  • Stranger Violence
  • What is a Predator
  • Predator-Prey & Adaptation
  • The Reverse Line-Up
  • Predator Characteristics
  • Prey Paradigms
  • Prey Characteristics
  • Hard Target vs. Easy Target
  • Confident-Assertive-Defensive Presence
  • Guest/Client/Patient Violence
  • Lateral Violence
  • Lateral Violence Symptoms
  • Domestic Violence
  • Observable Behavior May Suggest Possible Domestic Victimization
  • Protect Yourself from Domestic Violence in the Workplace
  • Imminent Threat of Domestic Violence in the Workplace
  • Developing Your Avoidance Ability
Interpersonal Communication Skills
  • Interpersonal Communication Skills (IPC)
  • Interpersonal Communications Involve
  • Developing Your Communication Skills
  • The Power of Influence
  • The I’s of Eye Communication
  • Body Language
  • Postures and Gestures
  • Hands (Watch the Hands)
  • The “Right” Angle
  • Components of the Assault Cycle
  • Signs and Symptoms of Stress
  • Stress De-Escalation
  • Signs and Symptoms of Anger
  • Anger De-Escalation
  • Signs and Symptoms of Intoxication
  • Intoxication De-Escalation
  • Signs and Symptoms of Combat
  • Strategies to Avoid Physical Harm
  • Signals of Submission
  • Developing IPC
Defense of Self and Others
  • What is Self-Defense
  • The Attitude of Self-Defense
  • Assault
  • Types of Assault
  • Lawful Use of Defense
  • Reasonable Force
  • Reasonable Belief
  • Deadly Force
  • Excessive Force
  • Weapons
  • Civilian Levels of Defense
  • Post Incident Response
  • Post Incident Documentation
Stress Management
  • What is Stress
  • Types of Stress
  • Fear
  • Fight-Flight-Freeze
  • Putting the Brakes on the Fight-Flight-Freeze
  • Managing Your Stress
  • Strategies for Managing Your Stress
  • Post Incident Stress Debriefing
  • Critical Incident Stress Debriefing
Time and Distance
  • Time and Distance
  • OODA Loop
  • Weapons and Time/Distance
  • Dangerous Weapons in YOUR Workplace
  • The Art-of-Distraction
Escape Planning
  • Escape Planning
  • Developing Escape Plans
  • Own the Door
  • Improper Positioning
  • Dominant Hand / Proper Positioning
  • The “Right” Angle
  • Spatial Empathy
  • Proper Escorts
  • Relationship Escape Plans
Environmental Factors
  • Environmental Safety Factors
  • Safety Mirrors
  • Lighting
  • Cameras – CCTV
  • Panic Alarms
  • Private Places
  • Access Control
  • Staff Identification
  • Parking Lot Safety
  • Obstacles Around You
  • Telephone Safety
Emergency Codes & Procedures
  • Emergency Codes
  • Robbery Code
  • Combative Person Code
  • Combative Person Team Positioning
  • Weapon Code
  • Active Shooter
  • Surviving an Active Shooter
  • Personal Codes for Alerting Others
Instructor Forms and Requirements
  • Appendices
  • Adult Learners
  • PowerPoint and Manuals
  • Presenting to Staff
  • Teaching Aids
  • Instructor Presentation
  • Teaching Practice
  • Presentation Evaluation
  • Reference Guide and Bibliography
  • Procedures for Training
  • Training Requirements
  • Forms and Written Tests
  • Skills Tests
  • Course Feedback

AVADE® Advanced Instructor Certification Course

The AVADE® Corporate and Healthcare WPV Prevention Training programs meet the requirements of State and Federal guidelines and regulatory compliance for maintaining a Workplace Violence Prevention Training program. This instructor course involves scenario-based exercises, group interaction, discussion, lecture, and hands-on techniques. AVADE® training is modular based and can be adapted into a variety of scheduling and training dynamics.

Upon successful completion of the 24hr. (3-day) AVADE® certification program, Instructors will receive the following:

AVADE® 3-Year In-House Instructor Certification – Personal Safety Training Inc.
E

Authorization to train and certify staff in the:

^

AVADE® (2-hour) certification course(s)

^

AVADE® (4-hour) certification course(s)

^

AVADE® (1-day) certification course(s)

^

AVADE® Hands-on modules include:

AVADE® Level II Self-Defense Tactics & Techniques
AVADE® Level III Defensive-Control Tactics & Techniques

E

The AVADE® Instructor package includes:

^

Flash drive with AVADE 2-hour, 4-hour, 4-hour Supervisory, Robbery Prevention, and 1-day programs

^

AVADE® Advanced Instructor manual

^

AVADE® Violence in the Workplace Student Guide

^

AVADE® Student Handouts and Training Forms

^

AVADE® Self-Defense and Defensive Control Tactics Videos

^

Be Safe Not Sorry: the art and science of keeping YOU and your family SAFE from crime and violence”

^

Sample Policies: WPV prevention, active shooter, robbery & more…

^

Maintenance of training records

^

Continual support from AVADE® & Personal Safety Training Inc.

Special Instructor Development Tools and Techniques

The effective Instructor knows that motivation and inspiration are needed to effect any long lasting change. A comprehensive instructor development section provides proven instructional techniques to enhance learning and retention of the AVADE® material.

E

Instructor must attend all sessions of the training to be certified.

E

Instructor candidate must pass the 25-question written exam with an 80% or better.

E

Instructor candidate must pass the trainers presentation with an acceptable rating.

E

Instructor candidate must pass the physical skills test with an acceptable rating.

E

Instructor must adhere to all requirements & guidelines as set forth in the manual.

E

Recertification as an instructor is required every three years.

Instructor Seminars

The AVADE® safety training programs for Healthcare meet the requirements of State and Federal guidelines and The Joint Commission regulatory compliance for maintaining a Workplace Violence Prevention Training Program. AVADE® training involves scenario-based exercises, group interaction, discussion, lecture, and hands-on techniques. AVADE® training is modular based and can be adapted into a variety of scheduling and training dynamics.

Contact Us Today!

Get started now by requesting a FREE Training Proposal.

Call now, Toll Free: 866.773.7763

AVADE® Advanced Instructor Course Outline
Introduction
  • What is AVADE® Training?
  • What is Workplace Violence?
  • Workplace Violence Defined
  • The Myth of Workplace Violence
  • Crime and Violence in the Workplace
  • The AVADE® Principles
  • AVADE® Modules and Objectives
  • General Personal Safety Measures
  • Personal Safety Habits
  • Developing Habits
Awareness
  • Awareness
  • Worker Risk Factors to WPV
  • Levels of Awareness
  • Self-Awareness
  • Emotional Awareness
  • The Amazing Mind
  • Situational Awareness
  • Environmental Awareness
  • Unconscious Awareness
  • Mental Movies and Impressing the Unconscious Mind
  • Higher Awareness
  • Developing & Increasing Awareness
Vigilance
  • Hypervigilance
  • The Five Senses
  • Trust Your Intuition
  • Using Your Intuition
  • Messages of Intuition
  • Developing Intuition
  • Stop-Look-Listen
Avoidance
  • Who Commits Violence?
  • Characteristics of Individuals Who Commit Violence
  • Stranger Violence
  • What is a Predator
  • Predator-Prey & Adaptation
  • The Reverse Line-Up
  • Predator Characteristics
  • Prey Paradigms
  • Prey Characteristics
  • Hard Target vs. Easy Target
  • Confident-Assertive-Defensive Presence
  • Guest/Client/Patient Violence
  • Lateral Violence
  • Lateral Violence Symptoms
  • Domestic Violence
  • Observable Behavior May Suggest Possible Domestic Victimization
  • Protect Yourself from Domestic Violence in the Workplace
  • Imminent Threat of Domestic Violence in the Workplace
  • Developing Your Avoidance Ability
Interpersonal Communication Skills
  • Interpersonal Communication Skills (IPC)
  • Interpersonal Communications Involve
  • Developing Your Communication Skills
  • The Power of Influence
  • The I’s of Eye Communication
  • Body Language
  • Postures and Gestures
  • Hands (Watch the Hands)
  • The “Right” Angle
  • Components of the Assault Cycle
  • Signs and Symptoms of Stress
  • Stress De-Escalation
  • Signs and Symptoms of Anger
  • Anger De-Escalation
  • Signs and Symptoms of Intoxication
  • Intoxication De-Escalation
  • Signs and Symptoms of Combat
  • Strategies to Avoid Physical Harm
  • Signals of Submission
  • Developing IPC
Defense of Self and Others
  • What is Self-Defense
  • The Attitude of Self-Defense
  • Assault
  • Types of Assault
  • Lawful Use of Defense
  • Reasonable Force
  • Reasonable Belief
  • Deadly Force
  • Excessive Force
  • Weapons
  • Civilian Levels of Defense
  • Post Incident Response
  • Post Incident Documentation
Stress Management
  • What is Stress
  • Types of Stress
  • Fear
  • Fight-Flight-Freeze
  • Putting the Brakes on the Fight-Flight-Freeze
  • Managing Your Stress
  • Strategies for Managing Your Stress
  • Post Incident Stress Debriefing
  • Critical Incident Stress Debriefing
Time and Distance
  • Time and Distance
  • OODA Loop
  • Weapons and Time/Distance
  • Dangerous Weapons in YOUR Workplace
  • The Art-of-Distraction
Escape Planning
  • Escape Planning
  • Developing Escape Plans
  • Own the Door
  • Improper Positioning
  • Dominant Hand / Proper Positioning
  • The “Right” Angle
  • Spatial Empathy
  • Proper Escorts
  • Relationship Escape Plans
Environmental Factors
  • Environmental Safety Factors
  • Safety Mirrors
  • Lighting
  • Cameras – CCTV
  • Panic Alarms
  • Private Places
  • Access Control
  • Staff Identification
  • Parking Lot Safety
  • Obstacles Around You
  • Telephone Safety
Emergency Codes & Procedures
  • Emergency Codes
  • Robbery Code
  • Combative Person Code
  • Combative Person Team Positioning
  • Weapon Code
  • Active Shooter
  • Surviving an Active Shooter
  • Personal Codes for Alerting Others
Level II Self-Defense Tactics & Techniques
Safety Rules
  • Self-Defense Awareness
Fundamentals of Defensive Tactics
  • Stance-Balance-Stability
  • Defensive Movements
  • Robot Exercise
  • Core Energy Principle
  • Defensive Verbalization
  • Distraction Techniques
  • Escape Strategies
  • Reactionary Gap
  • Hand Positions
Defensive Blocking
  • Deflective Blocks
  • Shoulder Block
  • Elbow Block
  • Turtle Block
  • High Block
  • Middle Block
  • Outside Blocks
  • Low Block
Personal Defensive Weapons
  • Palm Heel Defense
  • Fist Defense
  • Hammer Fist Defense
  • Forearm Defense
  • Elbow Defense
  • Knee Defense
  • Kick Defense
  • Vulnerable Areas of the Body
Self-Defense Techniques
  • One Hand Wrist Grab Defense
  • Two Hand Wrist Grab Defense
  • Bite Defense
  • Hair Pull Defense
  • Front Choke Defense
  • Front Choke Defense (Special Situation)
  • Rear Airway Choke Defense
  • Rear Carotid Choke Defense
  • Rear Bear Hold Defense
  • Ground Defenses
  • Gun Threat Response Defense
  • Knife Threat Response Defense
Elements of Reporting Self-Defense or Force
  • Report and Documentation (post responses)
  • Civilian Levels of Defense
Level III Defensive Control Tactics & Techniques
Safety Rules
  • Use of Force Awareness
Fundamentals of Defensive Tactics
  • Stance-Balance-Stability
  • Defensive Movements
  • Core Energy Principle
  • Defensive Verbalization
  • Distraction Techniques
  • Escape Strategies
  • Reactionary Gap
  • Hand Positions
Contact & Cover Positioning
  • Initial Contact
  • Proper Hand Positions
  • 1 Person and 2 Person
  • Contact Cover Strategy
  • Contact and Cover with Initial Contact
Escort Strategies & Techniques
  • ABC’s of the Escort
  • Escort (1 and 2 Person)
  • Hands-On Escort (1 and 2 Person)
  • Contact and Cover with Hands-On Escort
Control & Decentralization Techniques
  • One Arm Take-Down
  • Prone Control Positioning (Kneeling and Standing)
  • Standing the Prone Subject
  • Positional Asphyxia
  • Rear Arm Control
Elements of Reporting Force
  • Post Incident Response
  • Post Incident Documentation
Instructor Forms and Requirements
  • Appendices
  • Adult Learners
  • PowerPoint and Manuals
  • Presenting to Staff
  • Teaching Aids
  • Instructor Presentation
  • Teaching Practice
  • Presentation Evaluation
  • Reference Guide and Bibliography
  • Procedures for Training
  • Training Requirements
  • Forms and Written Tests
  • Skills Tests
  • Course Feedback

The AVADE® safety training programs for Healthcare meet the requirements of State and Federal guidelines and The Joint Commission regulatory compliance for maintaining a Workplace Violence Prevention Training Program. AVADE® training involves scenario based exercises, group interaction, discussion, lecture and hands-on techniques. AVADE® training is modular based and can be adapted into a variety of scheduling and training dynamics.

Contact Us Today!

Get started now by requesting a FREE, Training Proposal.

Call now, Toll Free: 866.773.7763

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