- February 27, 2020 - February 28, 2020
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Hosted by: Newington Police Department
ALICE (Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, Evacuate) Training is the leading program for response to violent critical incidents (VCI). VCI are man-made forms of violent disaster, including: active shooter, violent intruder, mass shooting, terrorism, workplace violence, and other unexpected tragedies.
The mission of ALICE is to save lives. Our training program empowers individuals to participate in their own survival using proactive options-based response strategies when faced with violence. Participating in ALICE Instructor Certification provides you the training necessary to teach others these lifesaving strategies.
Prior to your two-day class, you must complete the prerequisite ALICE Introduction for Instructors e-Learning course, which is included with this training. Within 5 minutes of your registration for ALICE Instructor Certification Training, you will receive an email invitation to setup an account to access this e-Learning course. This will give you the basic knowledge and foundation to prepare you for class. The course will take approximately 1 hour to complete.
ALICE Certified Instructor Role
Completion of this training program allows you to become an ALICE Certified Instructor (ACI).
As an ACI, you will receive the necessary training and materials to be able to conduct ALICE overview and refresher presentations and lead the hands-on portion of training in the ALICE Blended delivery model. In the ALICE Blended model, user-level training participants learn the ALICE strategies through the ALICE Basic e-Learning course and then these strategies are reinforced through hands-on training and application provided by an ACI.
ALICE Instructor Certification lasts for 2 years and is renewed online through the ALICE Instructor Re-certification e-Learning course.
Through the ALICE Blended delivery model (e-Learning + hands-on training), ACI’s may only provide training to their own organization and law enforcement officers may train public entities, within their jurisdiction, while on duty. Any other use, whether commercial or educational, is prohibited without the prior written consent of ALICE Training Institute.
At the end of this course, the participants should be able to:
- Describe the history of active shooter events in America.
- Discuss how the traditional Lockdown-only strategy became a standard response.
- Discuss the history of options-based responses.
- Identify the research and documents which support proactive, options-based strategies and training for civilians.
- Explain the strategies of Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter and Evacuate.Apply ALICE Training as part of Organization Certification for their organization, through a blended learning model consisting of e-Learning and hands-on-demonstrations, practical scenarios, and evaluation drills.
This course will review the following:
- History of ALICE.
- Examination of Law Enforcement response time.
- Data and rationale to support proactive, options-based strategies.
- Implementation strategies using the blended learning model of ALICE Training.
- Explanations of ALICE (Alert, Lockdown, Inform Counter, and Evacuate) strategies.
- Activity: Participate in hands-on-demonstrations.
- Activity: Participate in Scenarios.
- Activity-Participants will engage in group projects related to their role in ALICE Implementation through blended delivery model and conducting class presentations.
At the end of this course, you will receive the following ALICE Certified Instructor Resources:
- ALICE Instructor Certification e-Learning Course – valid for 2 years of certification
- Instructor Led Demonstrations Guide
- ALICE Safe Scenario Guide
- ALICE Training Presentation
- ALICE Implementation Presentation
- ALICE Instructor Certificate
Implementation support from a dedicated ALICE representative and the ALICE Client Success team
*all Instructor Resources are located in the ALICE e-Learning portal and are unlocked after you pass the Instructor Certification test.
Our training program empowers individuals to participate in their own survival using proactive options-based response strategies when faced with violence. Participating in ALICE Instructor Certification provides you the training necessary to teach others these lifesaving strategies.
Venue: Newington Town Hall