Personal Safety | Public Interaction and Compliance | ONLINE
Give your team a unique and engaging training experience!
Training Delivery Options:
Self-paced and fully interactive online course available. Bulk prices available for large groups.
Public interactions can be dynamic and workers must be able to adapt in order to safely and effectively manage.
This course provides best practices that can be used for a variety of circumstances. Workers learn that they do have choice in how they respond to difficult and sometimes volatile interactions; choices that inevitably determine the outcome. Renewed objectivity and increased confidence = reduced stress, increased morale, improved safety and enhanced service motivation.
Upon completion, participants will have gained:
- Increased personal confidence and motivation to safely engage the public
- Increased public co-operation and compliance with rules and regulations
- Safe and effective strategies for approaching and communicating with people
- Reduced risk of workplace violence
- Reduced personal stress for workers
Managing Low-Level Agitation to Escalated Threats
ARETE’s Personal Safety | Public Interaction and Compliance Online Course covers the essentials of safe and effective public engagement, including: building rapport, gaining compliance, managing escalated situations, and much more. ARETE training is not verbal judo or tactical communication training. We focus on customer conflict management rather than control, which reduces risk and increases voluntary compliance.
Choices in Communication
The level of risk is often determined by the communication choices made by workers in response to situations and people’s behaviours. This interactive course illustrates different approaches and the possible outcomes of using passive, overly authoritative, and assertive communication. While workers may have different communication styles, some approaches may be less effective and in some cases, increase risk.
Ready to give your team the knowledge and skills to safely and effectively engage the public?