Our courses are certificate-based, designed specifically for the adult learner in remote or dispersed working environments. Learner-centric and self-paced, each course contains checks on learning and a certificate upon successful completion. Each includes a certificate for printing.
We have trained thousands of people in active shooter preparedness and workplace violence prevention from the boardroom to the classroom for the Department of Homeland Security, and across the private sector.
We are a Woman-Owned Small Business, built by practitioners for practitioners with extensive earned experience in law enforcement, risk management, intelligence and the emergency preparedness communities.
We provide a suite of audit-ready analytic tools to help assess your employees’ progress in real time. Managers and HR professionals can identify knowledge gaps and provide additional resources as needed. Our metric-based training is in compliance with national-level standards.
Get the most comprehensive training from the world’s leaders in preparedness and resiliency.
Resuming Operations During a Pandemic
Navigating the uncertainty brought on by the global pandemic does not mean starting anew. It involves utilizing earned experience and knowledge, and adapting that to a changing environment.Course Details
Resumption of Operations for Colleges and Universities
Educational institutions are confronting an increasingly complex set of challenges with reopening.
Active Threat Training
A 48-minute, immersive online course divided into 4 modules based upon the FEMA Resilience Cycle: Awareness, Preparedness, Response, and Recovery.
Workplace Violence Prevention Training
Over two million people are victims of workplace violence each year, ranging from verbal assault to homicide. Recognize the early warning signs and know what to do and how to report.Course Details
Enterprise Risk Mgmt Training
Designed for managerial level decision makers responsible for the design, compliance implementation requirements of emergency action plans, safety, and security.Course Details
Active Threat Preparedness Training
Learn how to prepare for an active threat should the incident occur, understand best practices through drills and exercises, and learn what to do and what not to do when law enforcement arrives.Course Details
Scenario-based Company Training
Scenario-based training is tailored to the customer environment, following an assessment of existing plans and policies.
What Our Clients are Saying
“By having a comprehensive, age-appropriate action plan, teachers can not only gain the skills they need to deal with a modern crisis but also the confidence to convey the preparedness plan calmly to their students."3rd Grade Teacher
Prepare for Threats!
"Our staff is trained to provide aid and comfort to those who need it without hesitation. Hospitals are meant to be safe environments, not places where additional harm can occur. Understanding and preparing for this type of threat provides an advantage to our hospital family."Hospital Administrator
Crucial Ongoing Training!
“Despite working at an agency that provides security, keeping our own staff aware and prepared for active threats is a constant challenge. Providing consistent high-quality refresher training is central to our success keeping our own people safe so they can help others.”Government Administrator
Learn While Having Fun!
"Today's organization can no longer afford to ignore potential threats. G.O.T. Preparedness is a great learning tool to help my organization understand active shooter threats and how to be aware, prepare, respond, and recover. The tool's rich-media and interactivity makes the learning experience more effective and enjoyable."CEO of a Tech Company
The Analytics Were Game Changing!
"A bonus I found is the analytics within the learning management system allows administrators to manage the training effort and effectiveness; this will be very useful to both the employee and the organization!"Security Professional
Be Ready for the Unexpected!
"Thank you for the education and for the training. Up until now, I thought active shooter was something that happened somewhere else and would never happen in our community. I really had no idea until it was raised by one of my team, who was concerned that we did not know what to do if it happened in our business.”Professional