Onsite Seminars & Workshops

Alliance Training is an industry leader providing corporate training services to Fortune 500 companies, small businesses, and government agencies. 

Our training seminars and workshops deliver highly interactive training to engage the learner, make learning fun and make the learning points "stick."

To view a list of our our Guaranteed Business Training Solutions, visit the Onsite Training Topics section of this site.

Online Learning with Alliance

Alliance offers a wide selection of business and professional development courses available for online learning.

By creating an account in our user-friendly system, you can select, purchase, and begin using any of our online courses immediately. We accept payment through our secure PayPal system.

To view our online course catalog, visit the Online Training section of this site.

New CourseConflict Management - Working Through Differences

This newly reformatted conflict management workshop develops communication skills to resolve conflict and helps people work through difficult and challenging situations effectively.

In this highly interactive course, participants learn not to sidestep or fear conflict but to manage it. Practical examples, realistic scenarios and experiential exercises help participants learn – and practice - proven techniques to resolve differences.

Click here learn more about this new Conflict Management course.

 

"Abusive Conduct" Training Required

Effective January 1, 2015, California employers are required to include an "abusive conduct" to sexual harassment training for supervisory employees. The new law, AB 2053, makes prevention of "abusive conduct" a required component of the sexual harassment training required under AB1825. 

The new law does not create a private right of action for abusive conduct…But it does require supervisory personnel be trained on the prevention of abusive conduct in the workplace.

Alliance Training’s onsite workplace harassment programs include the “abusive conduct” issue…"a discussion of the detrimental consequences" and "specifically” addresses the elements of abusive conduct. Read more…

"</Interactive Training for Government Agencies

By providing highly interactive learning experiences, Alliance Training has rapidly become a leader in providing training to federal, state and local agencies throughout the US. Our best-value training solutions save time, and leave more budget to achieve your agency’s mission.

Our trainers have a proven ability to provide our government clients the insight and experience needed for practical training to administrative, professional, managerial and technical staffs.

Call us today. Learn how we can help you meet your training needs.

GSA Contract Training Information

 

Security Alert – Active Shooter Preparedness


 

The recent armed attacks on individuals in the workplace underscore the importance of being situationally aware of one's individual environment at all times. One’s awareness of their personal environment cannot be ignored during the holiday season when one’s thoughts are with family, friends, co-workers and festive events. The incidence of other criminal activities such as theft, burglary and armed robbery historically spike during the holiday season.

If you see a crime in progress or if you think a crime is being committed, call 911. Describe specifically what you observed:

  • Who or what you saw
  • When you saw it
  • Where it occurred
  • Why it's suspicious

If you have information on a crime or to report a theft or crime, call your local Police Department. Do you have their phone number?

If the theft or crime occurred at your facility or you see unusual activity at, notify Security. Do you have their phone number?

When you think there's something suspicious, there probably is something suspicious, so please make a phone call.

Every organization has their own individual security needs and security requirements specific to their industry. Every business should have their own emergency plan, policies and procedures in place for the safety of their employees. Consult with your Human Resources Department for their protocol in handling workplace violence, active shooters and other situations.

Click here to download a Department of Homeland Security poster on how to respond to an Active Shooter situation.

You may also want to consult with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security‘s website periodically for updated recommendations. Their website is at www.dhs.gov.

Click on the link to view an excellent video for active shooter situations that may be used as a training tool at www.dhs.gov/video/options-consideration-active-shooter-preparedness-video.

Enjoy the day, and:

  • Do not lose your individual sense of self awareness.
  • If you feel suspicious about an occurrence or the activities of an individual; trust your instincts.
  • If you see something, say something. React!
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