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THE MOST COMPREHENSIVE, REALISTIC, AND UP-TO-DATE TRAINING FOR PERSONNEL WHO ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR THREATS WITHIN THE WORKPLACE. WE PREPARE YOU FOR REAL-LIFE SCENARIOS AND SUCCESS!
For the first time in history, The McAfee Institute brings together the industry's best, to form the training focused on preventing, investigating, and responding to crises and threats in the workplace & school systems.
Active shooter scenarios and workplace violence situations unfold quickly leaving the employees vulnerable with little time to respond and mitigate the event.
The skills that you will learn by studying the Q|WVTS will help you to become the resident expert in dealing with potential workplace violence situations, threats in the workplace and school system, active shooter situations, and more.
You will learn everything from Threat Assessment, Prevention, Implementation, Investigation, Prosecution, Root Cause Analysis, and Response.
• Welcome to WVTS/Q|WVTS
• Overview of Workplace Violence
• Workplace Violence Prevention Program
• Active Shooter Planning
• Threat Assessment Program
• School Violence – Enhanced School Safety Planning
• Investigating Workplace Violence
• Investigative Interviews
• Behavioral Analysis
• Interpersonal Deception Theory
• Organizational Recovery After Incident
• The Legal Obligations of Employers
• Employer and Law Enforcement Guidelines
• Audit & Analysis
• Legal Fundamentals
• Emergency Actions
DOWNLOAD THE SYLLABUS BELOW
Want to learn more about the WVTS and Q|WVTS? Within these programs, you are going to discover cutting-edge techniques and real-world training in workplace violence and position yourself as an industry-recognized expert with these incredible Training programs. Download the complete syllabus here.
EXAM IS NOT INCLUDED IN THIS PROGRAM
Exam Details Program (Should you want to obtain an exam license to sit for the exam) - is graded on a pass/fail system by obtaining a 70% or better is considered a passing grade. The exam is taken online at the convenience of your home or office. It is a closed book exam and is 200 questions. The questions are in a true/false, multiple-choice & scenario-based format. It is a timed exam, you get 3 hours to complete the exam and you must do so in one sitting. Once you start the exam you must complete it. You get one attempt to pass the exam. If you fail the exam you must purchase a new exam license to sit for the exam.
You can purchase an exam license here for $450 USD separately to sit for the exam if you don't buy the open-source intelligence training bundle.
The cost is $125 for an additional two years and requires proof of completion of 18 CPE credits.
EXAM IS NOT INCLUDED IN THIS PROGRAM
Eligibility is not required for Qualified Workplace Violence and Threat Specialist (Q|WVTS) individual training.
Eligibility is required if you chose to sit for the Certified Workplace Violence and Threat Specialist (WVTS) board exam.
> You must have a high school diploma or a GED equivalent.
> You must be free from pending felony charges or convictions (or military equivalent of court-martial charges and/or convictions).
> You must be free from pending misdemeanor charges or convictions involving moral turpitude ("moral turpitude" means an offense that calls into question the integrity or judgment of the offender, such as fraud, bribery, corruption, theft, embezzlement, solicitation, etc.).
However, If you wish to sit for the board exam upon completion of the qualified program you would need to meet the following eligibility criteria below:
Bachelor’s degree or higher plus one year of experience in workplace violence, active shooter scenarios, fraud investigations or prevention, workplace investigations, criminal investigations, law enforcement, forensics, criminal justice, law, human resources, and/or loss prevention or other similar fields
Associates degree plus two years of experience
High school diploma or equivalency plus four years of experience or A minimum of two years’ experience as a full-time faculty member at an accredited educational institution.
Applicant must provide a copy of the certified transcript of education ONLY if using a college degree rather than an experience to qualify. Applicants must successfully pass the prescribed background check, which may include a criminal background check and examination process. Falsification or omission of information on the application form will be reason enough to disqualify an applicant from becoming or remaining a Workplace Violence & Threat Specialist (WVTS).
What if I don’t want to attend the training program. Can I just sit for the exam?
You do not need to attend our training programs to sit for the board exam.
If you'd like to purchase the exam only, you can do so by clicking here.