Wednesday January 29, 2014 – Thursday January 30, 2014
Deerfoot Square, 3rd Floor, Bow Room
This two –day workshop will be hosted in Calgary, AB and will focus on developing ‘gut’ feel, observation skills and increasing levels of influence through split-second observation. Identifying threat cues early and developing a habitual mindset focused on situational awareness is critical for staff who find themselves working alone, especially if required to investigate complaints on private or public lands.
Through an exploration of the myths and the realities of situational awareness, attendees will be encouraged to decode hidden threat cues and uncover the indicators of potential violence as well as other areas of risk. Strategies for defusing confrontation through a system of split-second persuasion will be encouraged and, more importantly, practiced.
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