WE AIM TO PROVIDE A POSITIVE LEARNING EXPERIENCE TO IMPRINT THE DESIRED RESPONSE DURING AN ACT OF VIOLENCE.
We conduct scenario-based training that ranges from a simple, individual-based, closed skill environment to a multi-day, open environment scenario involving entire work groups and local first responders.
The efficient dissemination of accurate information during the early stages of an event can minimize the loss of life. Making a 911 call or warning others that an act of violence is ongoing becomes increasingly difficult for some when environmental stress is applied. These simple communication skills can be trained, practiced, and tested.
Who is this for?
Generally, Scenario-based training is best suited for those working groups with established response protocol in place. Scenarios-based training can refine, enhance or identify deficiencies in existing response protocols.
Though not mandatory, attending our initial presentation will expose participants to our prevention, preparation, and response strategies employed during the tabletop exercise.
WE TEACH GOAL-ORIENTED AND NOT TASK-ORIENTED RESPONSES
The learner isn't bound to singular, narrow responses by focusing on goal-oriented behavior.
The learner is encouraged to find creative solutions that meet the identified goal within their specific environment.
WE AIM TO TRAIN, NOT TEST
We begin with a closed skill environment with limited and controlled variables to teach the learner the desired response.
The learner then replicates the response in an open-skill environment with external stressors like replication of sights and sounds encounter during an act of violence.
The magnitude of external stressors is variegated to give the learner a successful experience.
ALS can produce a full-scale scenario that involves simulated responses from first responders.
We also organize actual scenarios, depending on the local agency and their willingness to participate.
Our first responders' training module is carefully designed to produce responses from the attendees that are consistent with best practices.
How to get started?
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