Many incidents of workplace violence can be prevented if your workforce is knowledgeable, watchful, and committed to a safe workplace community.
That is what you get from WTN’s new straight-talking, heartfelt, info-packed, practical and personal Workplace Violence Awareness and Prevention program.
In a riveting, realistic scene, a troubled male employee, whose behavior has alarmed his co-workers, is confronted by his female supervisor. She does some things right — and some crucial things wrong. We explore the scene, issue by issue, driving home the message of awareness and lay out steps to prevent and respond to violence in the workplace.
Delivery Options Available
ONLINE ACCESS from your own branded portal:
Policy review and acknowledgment
No-fail online testing
Printable completion certificates
Printable course materials
Spanish options available
Comes with printable course materials CD with:
Tests and answer sheets
Purchase cost: $325.00
WTN online compliance training is supported with a robust Enterprise Learning Management System (LMS) including:
Your organization’s branding
Insertion of your Harassment Policy for review and acknowledgement
SCORM courses that can run on your LMS
Single Sign On (SSO) capability
Over 1,000 Safety and OSHA required training courses available through our network
Full time Client Service Rep (CSR)
Client control over access to internal and external training
API capability to connect with your HRIS
For a custom quote with multiple seat discount, please contact:
The Workplace Training Network (WTN) products and client services provided by the National Center for State Courts (NCSC) with the resources needed to develop our Human Resources E-learning Center. The WTN Sexual Harassment DVDs were an excellent tool that was used to enhance our web-based training. We are very thankful and appreciative to have Workplace Training Network, Inc. to assist us with our strategic mission to provide HR-related training to all NCSC employees that are geographically dispersed across the United States and around the globe.
- Mickey Collins, PHR, DSL, Sr. HR Generalist, National Center for State Courts