Training Opportunities

Mount Wachusett Community College Campus Police and Public Safety Department offers a variety of training to the campus community including students, faculty, and staff. Training are made available to groups and will be shown on this page. If you see a training that does not have an upcoming date you can request the training by contacting the Campus Police Department Staff Assistant at x9142 or afluet1@mwcc.mass.edu.

Information bulletins and handouts are also made available on a variety of topics throughout the year.

All below training’s’ are offered for FREE to the MWCC community.

A.L.I.C.E/ACTIVE SHOOTER

The Campus Police Department offers the above training on a variety of dates through the year, or by request of a group. This course gives information on how faculty, staff, and students have different options (Alert, Lock-down, Inform, Counter, and Evacuate) to do during an active shooter/violent intruder on campus. This training runs for approximately 1 hour. There is no need to sign up for the training and there is no maximum number of participants.

The next training sessions are:

February 4th: 12:30-1:30, North Cafe – Gardner Campus

February 4th: 3:30-4:30, North Cafe – Gardner Campus

February 5th: 12:30-1:30, North Cafe – Gardner Campus

February 5th: 3:30-4:30, North Cafe – Gardner Campus

RAPE AGGRESSION AND DEFENSE (RAD)

The Campus Police Department offers the above training on a variety of dates through the year, or by request of a group. RAD is Americas’ largest self-defense program for women only. The program educates females in the area of preventing sexual assault. RAD is taught over the course of multiple sessions. It is important for females participating in the program to make it to all classes. The maximum number of participants for this course is 20. Please sign up to participate by emailing Officer Kirkwood at jkirkwood@mwcc.mass.edu.

There are currently no training sessions scheduled.

FATAL VISION

Presented by the Campus Police Department and Student Services, this program educates college students about the dangers of driving while intoxicated. There is no need to sign up to participate in this program and there is no maximum number of participants.

There are currently no training sessions scheduled.