Learn how to respond to aggression in the workplace and thus maintain a positive work environment at an upcoming workshop offered by Oklahoma City Community College’s (OCCC) Professional Development Institute (PDI).
With recent local headlines, violence in the workplace is a relevant topic that may be of concern of employees in even the most supportive work environment. Covering varying levels of violence from bullying to intimidation to fighting, this workshop will empower participants to deal with as well as lessen instances of workplace disorder and hostility. In addition, this class will include participation of the Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Department.
The class will be 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. June 24 at the PDI Crossroads Facility, 7124 I- 35 Service Road. Participants who complete the course will receive a Certificate of Completion from OCCC. The cost of the course is $395.
This awareness program will provide participants with an in-depth and eye-opening experience into the tragic reality of workplace violence. Topics addressed during the workshop include: Situational Awareness, Knowing Your Peers, Having a Survival Mindset, Having an Individual Plan of Action and Role of Law Enforcement.
Randy Yount, a retired law enforcement official, will teach the course. Yount has experience as a safety consultant and a corporate and personal defensive services trainer. Additionally, Yount is ASSE safety engineer certified, an environmental health and safety specialist and an Occupational Safety and Health Administration outreach trainer for the construction and general industry.
It should be noted that this workshop will contain moments of intense action, loud sounds and graphic content.
Seating for the workshop is limited and registration is required. To enroll, visit www.campusce.net/occc/course/course.aspx?C=1210&pc=55&mc=&sc=.
For more information about the workshop or PDI, contact Patrick Clanin at (405) 682-7854 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.