National Institute for Prevention of Workplace Violence Releases New Online CEU Courses at SecurityCEU.com

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As American businesses continue to struggle with the high cost and devastating impact of workplace violence, The National Institute for the Prevention of Workplace Violence, a recognized leader in occupational violence prevention, today announced the release of a new series of online continuing education units (CEU) Workplace Violence courses at SecurityCEU.com. Employers and employees alike can now gain this vital knowledge 24/7 Â? anytime and at any location for as little as $19 a course.

– As American businesses continue to struggle with the high cost and devastating impact of workplace violence, The National Institute for the Prevention of Workplace Violence, a recognized leader in occupational violence prevention, today announced the release of a new series of online continuing education units (CEU) Workplace Violence courses at SecurityCEU.com. Employers and employees alike can now gain this vital knowledge 24/7 – anytime and at any location for as little as $19 a course.

Each course focuses on an aspect of Workplace Violence; the first courses to be released include: Zero Tolerance is Not Enough: Making Workplace Violence Prevention Really Work; 7 Steps to Crisis Response Plan for Workplace Violence; Preemployment and Background Checking and The Supervisors Role When Domestic Violence Comes to Work . All courses can be accessed at http://www.SecurityCEU.com.

Elearning Company the CMOOR Group has implemented a new idea in Continuing Education Units training offering – a full range of fully accredited CEU courses available 24/7. The company’s new SecurityCEU.com website offers courses recognized by ASIS, NICET, NSCA, NBFAA and the National Training School, CSI and AIA/CES as fulfilling continuing education requirements all available online. Online training provides complete flexibility as students now have an anytime, anywhere continuing education option.

According to the Bureau of Justice Statistics, approximately 500,000 victims of violent crime in the workplace loose an estimated 1.8 million workdays each year; an astounding $55 million in lost wages for employers. The prevention of workplace violence is increasingly becoming a high priority for any business that values its employees and future sustainability.     

“The opportunity to offer online training courses with SecurityCEU is a perfect fit for the Institute as our mission is to educate employers, unions and employees about the growing threat of violence in the workplace and how to effectively deal with it. We are delighted to be able to offer the flexibility of training anytime and anywhere,” commented W. Barry Nixon, SPHR, Executive Director National Institute for the Prevention of Workplace Violence.

Several of the four elearning courses the Institute has released on SecurityCEU.com are based on their popular titles from the well known “Workplace Violence Prevention Booklet Series”, available at workplaceviolence911.com

About the National Institute for Workplace Violence:

As a recognized leader in occupational violence prevention, the National Institute for the Prevention of Workplace Violence serves as a center for research, consulting, training, publications and software. The Institute believes that the target of an effective workplace violence program is injury prevention. Its focus is on reducing “at risk” behaviors and practices.

Accordingly, the Institute helps organizations attack and remove the root causes that lead to violence and helps them learn how to intervene before incidents happen.

Using the NIX Model for Preventing Workplace Violence TM, a comprehensive approach to preventing occupational violence, the Institute carefully crafts a plan to help its clients put in place the tools, processes and procedures necessary to build a safe and secure workplace.

Mr. Nixon is the Workplace Violence consultant for the State of California and provides consulting and training for managers and employees. A partial client list includes Gillette, Canon, Beckman Coulter, Caltrans, DCWASA, and National Transportation institute.

Complete details and a full review of Workplace Violence issues can be found at http://www.workplaceviolence911.com or by calling W. Barry Nixon at 949-770-5264 or emailing wbnixon@aol.com.

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