Determine whether and under what conditions someone is likely to commit violence.

Learn how to intervene with preventive measures, and manage risk for violence.

For those who wish to enhance their competitive edge, the Certificate in Violence Risk Assessment is a very good option. The training in this certificate program allows students the opportunity to demonstrate mastery of specialty skills crucial for many different kinds of employers, such as community mental health agencies, forensic hospitals, correctional facilities, state hospitals, and more. Increase your chance of getting hired and undergo meaningful professional development with this credential by learning the theoretical, empirical, and practical skills to reliably conduct forensic violence risk and threat assessments.

Coursework included in this Certificate

With 70 hours of foundational training and 80 hours of specialized content, this certificate program spans 150 hours of content across 10 courses. Since this is a self-paced program, you can go at your own pace, however, most students complete the material within 9-12 months.