Did you know that in 2016 the number of armed robberies across Australia rose by 7%? According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, there were nearly 6,000 victims of armed robbery last year alone.
Yet, a lot of businesses continue to operate under a culture of denial. The “it won’t happen to me’ attitude opens your staff up to major risk. The reality is, if you have cash in your offices or in your storefront, you are a target!
Barringtons’ Online Armed Robbery Survival Skills Training
It is so important to train your entire organisation in armed robbery survival skills. Our online induction course is a perfect starting point for your team.
Barringtons’ Armed Robbery Survival online induction is a critical module from our accredited Armed Robbery Survival Skills course (10631 NAT). It aims to safeguard your staff from the potential physical and psychological ramifications of armed robbery. Running for only 20 minutes, it’s the perfect lead-in for our long-form face-to-face training seminar (more information on that course here.)
The course is designed in an interactive and insightful format while still retaining all the fundamental content. Delivered on a vibrant, user-friendly platform, our training can be scheduled to cause minimal disruption to your workplace - ensuring maximum efficiency and minimal stress.
Your staff are your most important asset, and you, as their employer, are responsible for maintaining their safety. Barringtons’ Armed Robbery Survival Skills training course provides you and your employees with peace of mind that they are prepared if a robbery does occur.
Click here to enrol in Armed Robbery Survival Skills Training - 10631NAT
Why work with Barringtons?
Barringtons has over a decade of experience as a registered training organisation (RTO) and we are confident we can provide your team with the education they need to stay safe. To learn more about our online induction course, or to sign up today, fill out our online enquiry form!
Source for introduction statistic: http://www.abs.gov.au/ausstats/abs@.nsf/mf/4510.0