Training & Consulting Options

Nearly 100% of those trained on I.C.D.D. Workplace Violence Training indicated they felt safer on the job after they completed the training.

Would you like YOUR workers to say the same thing?

Several training options are available to suit your needs.

To see for yourself WHY your direct service workers need this training, watch this video:

LIVE TRAINING SESSION:  Don Everhard onsite for LIVE training with a Safety Expert.  This allows your staff one-one-one with an Expert Safety Trainer.  Each participant receives a training workbook and a certificate of attendance.  Your employees not only leave with a complete knowledge of preventing and managing workplace violence, but have had the opportunity to learn directly from an expert who has a presentation style that is ultra engaging and filled with humor and wit.  As evidenced by the comments of past participants, their one-on-one time with Don goes much too quickly.  We often hear, “we could have listened to Don speak much longer.”

DVD TRAINING FORMAT: A DVD training format is available.  You provide the facilitator and we provide the training.  It can be used in its entirety for a full 4 hour in-service or can be used to train new employees, re-assigned employees, or periodic refreshers. This TOTAL safety training system is complete with a 26 page training workbook for up to 25 participants.  (Additional training workbooks can be purchased separately)   It also includes an 80 page Workplace Violence Training Manual that includes information to provide your training, review of procedures to set up policies and procedures, and sample forms.  It is a TOTAL Workplace Violence Training System.  A REAL training for the REAL world.

I.C.D.D. Safety Training System includes the following Programs:  Total 4 hours

  • Intelligent Risk Preparation
  • A.D.A.P.T.  = Attitude, Dialogue, Appearance, Preparation, Training
  • Message Delivery & De-Escalation Phrases
  • Home Visit Safety
  • Report Writing
  • Meeting a Subject
  • Recognizing Increased Tension
  • Hostage Situations
  • Ways  to reduce tension
  • Physical Self-Defense Demonstration
  • Street Self Defense
  • Pepper Spray Use