De-Escalation & Active Shooter Course

For Human Resources, Social Work, & Community Services

Course Overview

This course will empower social workers, human resources and community service organizations with our comprehensive Active Shooter Preparedness Course. Over adaptable training sessions, participants will learn threat recognition, emergency response tactics, crisis communication, and post-incident support strategies. Equip your team with the expertise needed to protect staff, clients, and the community during potential active shooter situations.

De-escalation and Active Shooter training protects social workers and other human services professionals who face a higher risk of violence from clients.

Course Philosophy

Tactical52 provides a unique learning experience for professionals in a different settings and industries. Throughout this De-escalation course students will be taught, trained, and evaluated on their learning and acquired de-escalation techniques in a controlled classroom setting. The course will be customized to align with each agency or organizations core competencies and industry.

De-Escalation and Active Shooter Training is Vital for Communities & Social Work

Enhanced Safety for Social Workers and Human Services Professionals

Reduced Risk of Violence: De-escalation and Active Shooter techniques helps manage anger, aggression, and potentially volatile situations, minimizing the risk of physical harm to themselves and their clients.

Increased Confidence and Well-being: Knowing how to handle challenging situations can boost confidence and reduce stress for social workers, leading to improved overall well-being and job satisfaction.

Improved Crisis Management Skills: De-escalation and Active Shooter training provides the tools to effectively navigate crisis situations.

Building Stronger Community Relationships

Improved Communication and Trust: De-escalation training emphasizes active listening, empathy, and non-judgmental communication. This fosters trust between professionals and clients.

Reduced Conflict and Misunderstandings: By learning to identify potential triggers and de-escalate situations early, professionals can prevent conflicts and misunderstandings before they intensify.

Promoting a Culture of Care and Respect: De-escalation training sets a positive tone for interactions within the community. This promotes a culture of care and respect between everyone.

Community-Wide Advantages

Reduced Use of Force: Training social workers to properly handle can decrease the need for police intervention in potentially volatile situations.

Improved Access to Services: When social workers feel safer interacting with clients, they’re more likely to reach and assist individuals in need.

Stronger Social Fabric: Training individuals to handle challenging situations more effectively leads to a stronger and more resilient social fabric.

Importance of Training

De-escalation and Active Shooter training is an investment in the safety, well-being, and resilience of communities. By equipping social workers and human services professionals with the skills to navigate challenging situations effectively, it can create a safer, more positive, and more supportive environment for everyone.