Security and Safety Training Programs
Your Security Adviser provides safety and security training programs that are customized to our client’s specific requirements. Our team of board-certified ASIS International Security Professionals, certified trainers, and past law enforcement authorities assess the needs, environment, and profile of the client and the participants to ensure that programs meet our client’s needs today and into the future.
Programs are typically two-hours, customized for length and content as needed.
Response Options to an Active Shooter
Best practices in active threat and active shooter training techniques are incorporated into this in-depth training program focused on understanding the concept of Run, Hide, or Fight. After attending the program, attendees will have completed hands-on exercises and have tools that position them to survive and assist during an active threat situation.
INSTINCTS: Volunteer and Greeter Training
INSTINCTS is for frontline employees, volunteers, and greeters in environments such as office buildings, events, or shopping centers. Participants completing the training program will emerge with a basic understanding of security and safety techniques, how to welcome and engage guests and visitors, spot potential problems, and assist those in need.
De-escalation of Disruptive Individuals
How should your team best respond to an individual that is disruptive, causing a scene, or uncooperative? This program trains participants on how to spot potential problems, mitigate risk, and de-escalate the situation based on our hands-on experience working sporting events, concerts, and large-scale public events.
Threat Assessment Team Training
The Your Security Adviser Threat Assessment Team Training Program provides your team with skills necessary to spot and deal with individuals who may attempt to hurt themselves or others. During the two (2) hour program, attendees learn what to look for, how to respond, and how to seek outside assistance in assessing a potentially dangerous situation.
The best way to prepare for what to do during an emergency is to practice, practice, practice. Tabletop exercises provide participants with hands-on opportunities across a variety of situational tabletop exercises. The program opens with a training program, followed by participants taking different roles in dealing with an incident, emergency, or disaster scenario tailored to the client’s needs.
Full-Scale Active Threat Drill
Full-scale active threat drills are an excellent way to understand what it’s like to be in an emergency or disaster. Trainers work with clients to develop and manage realistic large-scale exercises that include local authorities. Training lasts four to six hours, depending on the type of activity. Participants will leave with an understanding of their emergency plan effectiveness, leadership ability, and changes needed to help increase success.