Altrivas Training System Courses

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The Altrivas Cyber Security Suite

  • Defining Cyber Security (5 Minutes)

    It's hard to have a conversation about cybersecurity without throwing around a lot of jargon, so in this course we're going to break down some common cybersecurity terms. We'll define cyberspace, cybersecurity, cybercrime, and cyberterrorism. We'll also go over other familiar terms including malware, phishing attacks and emails, and identity theft.

  • Passwords (7.5 Minutes)

    No matter how many times we're told to create strong passwords, or to use different passwords on every site, we just don't do it. It's not convenient. We know the risk, but we think "it won't happen to us." But the minute your information is compromised, and you're on the phone with your bank trying to determine when and how your identity was stolen, and how long it'll take to get access to your money.  In this course, we will go over an easy method to set unique passwords for each site.

  • Protecting Your Mobile Device (8 Minutes)

    Many of us forget that our phones are computers that are vulnerable to the same cyber threats as our desktops and laptops. There are things you can do to keep your mobile device safe, and we discuss them in this course.

  • Cyber Security while Traveling (8 Minutes)

    The goal of cybersecurity is to protect your devices and your data. How does that work when you're traveling? What are the precautions that you need to take to keep your information safe? What happens if one of your devices gets stolen? What about unsecure Wi-Fi networks? What do you need to be aware of when using public networks? This course will answer these questions and more.

  • Malware (5 Minutes)

    This course defines malware and gos through the warning signs of being attacked. It discusses what to do to best mitigate any damage.

  • Types of Malware (12 Minutes)

    Certain types of malware can impact your computer in different ways, but in the end, the impact is usually expensive, time consuming, and frustrating. In order to help prevent a cyber attack, it's good to have an understanding of what's out there and how they get into your system. This course will walk you through the many types of malware including adware, bots, ransomware, rootkits, spyware, Trojan malware, computer viruses, and worms.

  • Ransomware (4.5 Minutes)

    Ransomware is malware that infects your system and either locks it down or encrypts your files, and then demands a ransom for those files to be unlocked or restored. This course discusses the different types of ransomware, what you should do if you receive a ransomware message, and how to protect yourself from it.

  • Email Phishing (6 Minutes)

    You've likely received phishing emails. They're the emails that bait you to click on them. They show up in all forms, from blatantly fake emails, to confusing emails coming from your actual contacts, to emails disguised to look just like your bank or Netflix, or some other trusted provider. They almost always contain a link that they want you to click, or prompt you to fill out a form, or pay money, or otherwise ask you to reveal personal information in some way. In this course, we'll discuss why phishing emails are so successful, what you should do if you suspect you've received a phishing email, and the steps to take if you inadvertently click on a link.

  • Identity Theft (7 Minutes)

    Today identity theft has become commonplace. This course will go over the different ways that your financial standing may be impacted as a result of identity theft. We will also discuss credit bureaus, how to protect yourself, and what to do if your identity is stolen.

  • Cyber Security: Your Responsibility (5 Minutes)

    Most of us don't even think about the dangers of constantly navigating the internet. We're connected through our phones, computers, watches, televisions, cars, and even through little speakers at home that are listening to everything we say! In this course, we'll go over the risks and your responsibility, at least in the workplace, to protect yourself and your organization through basic cybersecurity practices.

  • Social Engineering (7 Minutes)

    Social engineering is a huge part of your daily cyber threat. Social engineering is the use of deception to manipulate individuals into revealing confidential or personal information that may be used for fraudulent purposes. Cyber criminals use social engineering as a non-technical strategy, relying on human mistakes. This course teaches what social engineering is, how it's used, and what to look for to protect your company and your employees.

  • Minimizing Insider Threats (7 Minutes)

    This course teaches how to minimize insider threats. An insider threat is the threat of malicious behaviors coming from someone who's a part of one of these insider groups. Insiders are part of the team in some way (employees, vendors, third party affiliates, contractors, business partners, or former employees.) It could be anyone who currently has or previously had privileged access to confidential or important data.

  • Protecting Intellectual Property

    The FBI defines intellectual property (IP) theft as robbing people or companies of their ideas, inventions, and creative expressions, which can include everything from trade secrets and proprietary products or parts, to movies, music, and software. This course will discuss how intellectual property theft happens, how to establish intellectual property as your own, and knowing your own vulnerabilities.

  • Protecting Your PC: Daily Precautions (7 Minutes)

    You are responsible for keeping your computer and your personal information safe. That means at home, at work, and anywhere else you happen to be in the world. This course will provide tips on how you should protect yourself and your information.


The Altrivas Compliance Suite

This syllabus is designed for California but will be reconfigured for your businesses location.

  • Compliance for Employees (Includes anti-harassment training required by California SB 1343)  

  • Defining Cyber Security (5 Minutes)

    It's hard to have a conversation about cybersecurity without throwing around a lot of jargon, so in this course we break down some common cybersecurity terms. We define cyberspace, cybersecurity, cybercrime, and cyberterrorism. We also go over other familiar terms including malware, phishing attacks and emails, and identity theft.

  • Ethics for Everyone (9 Minutes)

    The topic of ethics has been around a long time, all the way back to Plato and Aristotle who were the founders of what's called virtue ethics-that ethics is a virtue to be sought after.  But when it comes to business how do we apply "playing fair"? Well there's more to it than that.  This course takes a look at a definition of business ethics.

  • California Anti-Harassment: History of Sexual Harassment (9 Minutes)

    Sexual harassment as a concept has evolved significantly over the years. This course looks at the landmark cases that helped define workplace sexual harassment and discrimination laws in the United States, which have come a long way. It also looks into the substantial monetary damages incurred by the offenders and their organizations. 

  • California Anti-Harassment: Anti-Harassment for Everyone (11 Minutes)

    What constitutes sexual harassment at times can seem vague, and in some cases may even be considered a matter of opinion. This is likely the reason why sexual harassment is the most common form of harassment in United States' workplaces. This course is designed to clear up any confusion and dispel any preconceived notions by high lighting federal sexual harassment laws. Every employee should fully understand their protections under the law. 

  • California Anti-Harassment: Examples and Scenarios (11 Minutes)

    This course shows a series of examples to help employees understand their role in harassment situations and what to do in these situations.

  • California Anti-Harassment: Anti-Harassment Review (15 Minutes)

    This course is a review of the key concepts covered in the California Anti-Harassment series. It discuss the types of sexual harassment, offensive workplace behaviors, and how to report harassment if you are the target or a witness to it. It covers managerial responsibilities and the requirements of investigators according to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, or EEOC. It also reviews writing and communicating a sexual harassment policy and the training requirements for employees. 

  • California Anti-Harassment: Introduction to Understanding Harassment (8 Minutes)

    This course provides a general overview of sexual harassment in today's workplace. It looks at statistics, discusses offenders, targets, and bystanders, and talks about how sexual harassment is REALLY showing up at work. It also goes over context, the perception gap, and creating a culture of prevention. 

  • California Anti-Harassment: Creating a Healthy Culture (4.5 Minutes)

    This course is designed to help managers shape company culture to one that discourages and prevents sexual harassment. It discusses topics like language, socializing, business trips, and the importance of training.

  • California Anti-Harassment: Understanding Offenders (9 Minutes)

    This course looks at seven common personality types most likely to engage in sexual harassment. It goes over the seven most commonly used methods to harass targets. Being armed with this information will help managers prevent harassment or call it out when they see it.

  • California Anti-Harassment: Understanding Targets (9 Minutes)

    This course goes over some common myths concerning sexual harassment in the workplace. It covers things that employees can do to prevent becoming a target of sexual harassment and discusses why targets of sexual harassment do not report it and ways  we can change that within the organization.

  • California Anti-Harassment: Warning Signs (6 Minutes)

    This course provides the common warning signs seen in victims of sexual harassment. This isn't an all-inclusive list, but knowing these warning signs can help an employees take care of themselves, friends, family, and coworkers. 

  • California Anti-Harassment: Bystander Training (6 Minutes)

    This is a powerful course.  It is designed to help employees understand what sexual harassment looks like from a bystander's viewpoint and what their responsibilities are if they unexpectedly witness harassment. It talks about the four-part reactive process of a bystander and how targets of harassment may or may not react. It also discusses how to intervene if harassment is witnessed. 

  • California Anti-Harassment: Understanding Harassment in Review (10 Minutes)

    This course provides a review of the core concepts covered in our anti-harassment series. It covers the symptoms of harassment, the different perpetrator personalities and harassment methods, how to report sexual harassment,  the various harassment behaviors and warning signs to look out for and some ways to create a healthy workplace culture.

  • Workplace Bullying in California (4 Minutes)

    Workplace bullying is a big problem.  The idea of controlling workplace bullies was something to do for practical reasons, but not for legal reasons.  That's changing.  Currently, there are 26 States and two territories that have introduced a healthy workplace or anti bullying bill.

  • Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) for Employees (6 Minutes)

    What is family and medical leave? How does it work? Who qualifies? And does it apply at my workplace? These are the most common questions about the Family and Medical Leave Act, and this course will answer them.

  • Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) for Employees (7 Minutes)

    The Fair Labor Standards Act, or FLSA, was originally passed in 1938 and is enforced by the United States Department of Labor. You may know that the Act establishes standards regarding two items: minimum wage and overtime pay, but FLSA also establishes standards for employer record keeping and youth employment. This course answers some common questions regarding FLSA, including who is covered, the differences between exempt versus nonexempt employees, the current minimum wage, overtime pay, workweeks, and age restrictions.

  • Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) for Employees (5 Minutes)

    Do you have a disability? Or history of a disability? Or a relationship with someone who has a disability? If you answered yes to any of these, you are most likely protected by The Americans with Disabilities Act and its amendment. This course goes through the basic information on who qualifies and what protections it provides.

  • Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA) for Employees (6.5 Minutes)

    The Age Discrimination in Employment Act, or ADEA, makes it illegal to discriminate against any person who is 40 years or older because of his or her age. Any workplace with more than 20 employees must be ADEA-compliant. This course goes over some different ways that discrimination takes place and discusses what is protected under the law. 

  • Pregnancy Discrimination Act (PDA) for Employees (2.5 Minutes)

    Even though the Pregnancy Discrimination Act was passed in 1978, discrimination due to pregnancy is still a big problem in the United States. In 2016, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) received 3,486 charges of pregnancy discrimination, resulting in monetary rewards of $15.5 million. This course discusses hiring, firing, promotion, and benefits. It also discusses accommodations, leaves of absence, and the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA).

  • Equal Pay Act (EPA) for Employees (5 Minutes)

    Equal pay for equal work. If two people are doing the same job for the same company, they should be paid the same, whether they are men or women, right? Unfortunately, this isn't always the case. This course will take a closer look at the protections provided by the Equal Pay Act, or EPA. It will also look at the steps an employee should take if you feel you have been discriminated against.

  • California Time and Labor for Employees (5 Minutes)

    As you might know, under federal law, nonexempt employees are entitled to overtime pay. This law indicates that they should be paid one-and-a-half times their usual hourly wage when they work more than 40 hours in one workweek. However, in California, the state law is a little different. This course discusses those differences and provides what employees need to know when it comes to overtime pay, including when they should be paid, exempt versus nonexempt employment, exceptions to the law, and alternative workweeks.

  • Slips, Trips and Falls for Employees (5.5 Minutes)

    This course teaches employees about how to avoid slips, trips, and falls at work.

  • Portable Fire Extinguishers for Employees (6.5 Minutes)

    This course teaches employees the basics for safely using portable fire extinguishers.

  • See Something, Say Something (7 Minutes)

    From cybercrime to human trafficking to workplace violence, we all know the catastrophic damage and pain these crimes can leave in their wake. Yet, many of these situations can be prevented if people speak up and report the unusual activity they witness. This course discusses certain things we should all pay attention to in the workplace. For example, unauthorized visitors, body language, or out of place packages or vehicles. It discuss signs of drug and alcohol abuse, indicators of human trafficking, and how to report these things.

  • Working Well with Everyone: What is Diversity? (4.5 Minutes)

    This is a diversity series, but it's different than what you've probably seen in the past. Instead of discussing legalities, tolerance, or political correctness, This course talks about why diversity is a beneficial and necessary part of today's workforce.

  • Compliance for Managers and Supervisors (Includes anti-harassment training required by California SB 1343)  

  • Ethics for Managers (6 Minutes)

    What really works in terms of improving ethical behavior? It's leadership. Research clearly shows that ethical leadership is incredibly important, and is proven to actually change the way people behave.

  • California Bill SB 1343 (4.5 Minutes)

    In January 2019, California's employment bill SB 1343 went into effect. It expands the mandated sexual harassment training requirements. This course goes over the things managers need to be aware to put a training plan in place, This includes the new rules regarding biennial training for all employees, not just supervisors. It covers the topics that must be included in harassment education and the deadlines for this mandated training. This new law requires that California employers with 5 or more employees are required to provide sexual harassment prevention training to all employees. Employees include seasonal and temporary hires, independent contractors and any employees located out of state. SB 778 signed August of 2019 extends the deadline to January 1, 2021.

  • California Anti-Harassment: Summary of SB 396 Changes (4.5 Minutes)

    Senate Bill 396 requires anti-harassment training to include information about gender identity, gender expression, and sexual orientation. This course discusses the definitions of these terms according to the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH). This course also discusses protected status and cover workplace requirements giving you what you need to know to comply with California law. Training must be provided once every two years and within six months of an employee being hired into a supervisory role.

  • California Anti-Harassment: History of Sexual Harassment (9 Minutes)

    Sexual harassment as a concept has evolved significantly over the years. This course looks at the landmark cases that helped define workplace sexual harassment and discrimination laws in the United States, which have come a long way. It also looks into the substantial monetary damages incurred by the offenders and their organizations. 

  • California Anti-Harassment: Anti-Harassment for Everyone (11 Minutes)

    What constitutes sexual harassment at times can seem vague, and in some cases may even be considered a matter of opinion. This is likely the reason why sexual harassment is the most common form of harassment in United States' workplaces. This course is designed to clear up any confusion and dispel any preconceived notions by high lighting federal sexual harassment laws. Every employee should fully understand their protections under the law. 

  • California Anti-Harassment: Anti-Harassment for Managers (20 Minutes)

    Everyone deserves to work in a safe and harassment-free environment, and one of your responsibilities as a manager is to make that available to all employees. This course helps managers and supervisors set the tone, and shape the culture in an organization. This program helps managers and supervisors understand what harassment is, how to create a culture that helps prevent it, and what to do if an employee raises a concern.

  • California Anti-Harassment: Examples and Scenarios (11 Minutes)

    This course shows a series of examples to help employees understand their role in harassment situations and what to do in these situations.

  • California Anti-Harassment: Writing and Communicating an Anti-Harassment Policy (14 Minutes)

    Your company harassment policy is considered the first step in creating an anti-harassment culture. It's what federal entities will look at first if your organization faces any harassment claims. So, creating and communicating an effective sexual harassment policy is extremely important to your organization, to say the least. A quality sexual harassment policy can help prevent sexual harassment in the workplace and help avoid potentially catastrophic lawsuits. This course discusses how to write an effective policy, how to communicate the policy, how to train people on the policy, and how to hold people accountable to the policy. 

  • California Anti-Harassment: Investigating Complaints (15 Minutes)

    Complaints of sexual harassment must be handled swiftly and proficiently. Managers and supervisors may be asked to assist in or fully conduct an investigation into a sexual harassment complaint. According to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, or EEOC, there is very strict criteria one must follow in order to participate in the investigatory process. This course talks about what exactly is required of an investigator, includes how to collect evidence, how to interview witnesses, and how to conclude an investigation. It also discusses the importance of objectivity and finding the truth, protection from retaliation and taking the appropriate action. 

  • California Anti-Harassment: Anti-Harassment Review (15 Minutes)

    This course is a review of the key concepts covered in the California Anti-Harassment series. It discuss the types of sexual harassment, offensive workplace behaviors, and how to report harassment if you are the target or a witness to it. It covers managerial responsibilities and the requirements of investigators according to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, or EEOC. It also reviews writing and communicating a sexual harassment policy and the training requirements for employees. 

  • California Anti-Harassment: Introduction to Understanding Harassment (8 Minutes)

    This course provides a general overview of sexual harassment in today's workplace. It looks at statistics, discusses offenders, targets, and bystanders, and talks about how sexual harassment is REALLY showing up at work. It also goes over context, the perception gap, and creating a culture of prevention. 

  • California Anti-Harassment: Creating a Healthy Culture (4.5 Minutes)

    This course is designed to help managers shape company culture to one that discourages and prevents sexual harassment. It discusses topics like language, socializing, business trips, and the importance of training.

  • California Anti-Harassment: Understanding Offenders (9 Minutes)

    This course looks at seven common personality types most likely to engage in sexual harassment. It goes over the seven most commonly used methods to harass targets. Being armed with this information will help managers prevent harassment or call it out when they see it.

  • California Anti-Harassment: Understanding Targets (9 Minutes)

    This course goes over some common myths concerning sexual harassment in the workplace. It covers things that employees can do to prevent becoming a target of sexual harassment and discusses why targets of sexual harassment do not report it and ways  we can change that within the organization.

  • California Anti-Harassment: Warning Signs (6 Minutes)

    This course provides the common warning signs seen in victims of sexual harassment. This isn't an all-inclusive list, but knowing these warning signs can help an employees take care of themselves, friends, family, and coworkers. 

  • California Anti-Harassment: Bystander Training (6 Minutes)

    This is a powerful course.  It is designed to help employees understand what sexual harassment looks like from a bystander's viewpoint and what their responsibilities are if they unexpectedly witness harassment. It talks about the four-part reactive process of a bystander and how targets of harassment may or may not react. It also discusses how to intervene if harassment is witnessed. 

  • California Anti-Harassment: Understanding Harassment in Review (10 Minutes)

    This course provides a review of the core concepts covered in our anti-harassment series. It covers the symptoms of harassment, the different perpetrator personalities and harassment methods, how to report sexual harassment,  the various harassment behaviors and warning signs to look out for and some ways to create a healthy workplace culture.

  • Workplace Bullying in California (4 Minutes)

    Workplace bullying is a big problem.  The idea of controlling workplace bullies was something to do for practical reasons, but not for legal reasons.  That's changing.  Currently, there are 26 States and two territories that have introduced a healthy workplace or anti bullying bill.

  • Discrimination: The Protected Classes (7.5 Minutes)

    What is discrimination?  What are the protected classes?  What laws do we need to know to make sure we stay compliant?  All great questions and all of them are addressed in this course.

  • Portable Fire Extinguishers for Managers (7.5 Minutes)

    This course teaches how to protect employees and businesses from the most common emergency in the U.S.

  • Legal Firing (4.5 Minutes)

    This courses teach managers and supervisors how to ensure they fire people for the right reasons and legally.

  • Legal Hiring (5 Minutes)

    This courses teach managers and supervisors how hire the best qualified candidate.

  • Workplace Violence (9.5 Minutes)

    Workplace violence is becoming more and more common. This is a conversation about steps that can be taken before anything violent occurs in the workplace.

  • Substance Abuse (5.5 Minutes)

    Hopefully you never have to deal with a substance abuse issue in the workplace. Dealing with these kinds of issues is not simple. This course will teach managers and supervisors how to address substance abuse in the workplace.

  • Retaliation (6.5 Minutes)

    Back in 1990, the Supreme Court defined retaliation; saying that an employer may not fire, demote, harass or otherwise "retaliate" against an individual for filing a charge of discrimination, participating in a discrimination proceeding, or otherwise opposing discrimination. This course looks at what retaliation means to you and your workforce.

  • Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) for Managers (9.5 Minutes)

    The Fair Labor Standards Act, or FLSA, was originally passed in 1938 and is enforced by the United States Department of Labor. You may know that the Act establishes standards regarding two items: minimum wage and overtime pay, but FLSA also establishes standards for employer record keeping and youth employment. this course answers some common questions regarding FLSA, including who is covered, the differences between exempt versus nonexempt employees, the current minimum wage, overtime pay, workweeks, and age restrictions.  It's crucial to know your state and local laws. This course focuses on what the federal law covers. 

  • Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) for Managers (7.5 Minutes)

    What is family and medical leave? How does it work? Who qualifies? These are the most common questions about the Family and Medical Leave Act that will be answered in this course.

  • Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) for Managers (10 Minutes)

    Even well-intentioned employers can struggle when trying to treat people with disabilities equally with others. Oftentimes, it's unclear what to do, what to ask, and what to avoid. This course sheds some light. It starts with a look at the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Americans with Disabilities Amendments Act. Then defines disability and reasonable accommodation, before wrapping up with a list of practical do's and don'ts.

  • Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA) for Managers (6.5 Minutes)

    The Age Discrimination in Employment Act, or ADEA, makes it illegal to discriminate against any person who is 40 years or older because of his or her age. Any workplace with more than 20 employees must be ADEA-compliant. This course goes over some different ways that discrimination takes place and discusses what is protected under the law. It also talks about ADEA waivers.

  • Pregnancy Discrimination Act (PDA) for Managers (4.5 Minutes)

    It's estimated that 75% of working women will become pregnant at some point during their careers. As a manager, it's imperative that you understand and comply with the Pregnancy Discrimination Act. The Pregnancy Discrimination Act, or PDA, is a federal law
    that was passed in 1978 to help end discrimination because of pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions. This act states that it's illegal to treat women differently than other applicants or employees based on their pregnancy-related condition. This course talks about your responsibilities under PDA as an employer.

  • Equal Pay Act (EPA) for Managers (6.5 Minutes)

    It is important for a manager to know that the gender wage gap is real, and it is illegal. The Equal Pay Act of 1963 requires men and women be given equal pay for equal work in the same establishment. This course discusses these requirements.

  • California Time and Labor for Managers (5 Minutes)

    If you are a California employer, you must be knowledgeable about overtime pay requirements. As you probably already know, federal law established overtime pay requirements for nonexempt workers. It's all outlined in the Fair Labor Standards Act, or
    FLSA. However, sometimes state law differs from the federal law. California is one of those states. This course takes a closer look at California's overtime pay requirements and how they differ from the FLSA.


Active Shooter Courses

  • Pre-Incident Awareness and Threat Recognition

    Being situationally aware gives you the opportunity to positively respond to an emergency situation. When you are aware of your surroundings, when you pay attention to the behaviors of those around you, and when you take action, you have a better chance of saving yourself and/or helping those around you.

  • Responding to a Threat

    Your best chance of survival is to flee. What if that is not an option? This course reviews how to escape, barricade, use numbers, and, if necessary, fight, if you are in an active shooter situation. Having a plan drastically increases your chance of survival.

  • Life Saving Medical Training

    Simple, basic medical training, by average citizens, can mean the difference between life and death. This course reviews some life-saving medical treatments that you can apply to someone else or to yourself. While this training is provided in the context of an active shooter incident, it is far more likely you would use this training to help an accident victim. What you do in the first few minutes will mean the difference between life and death.

  • Interaction with First Responders and the Aftermath

    Each emergency responder has a different role when they arrive on an active shooter scene.  This course teaches how to effectively interact with all different emergency responders. It also discusses the aftermath and the impact an event like this will have on your establishment for months or years to come.


Altrivas Ala Cart Courses

  • Payment Card Industry Data Security

    This course teaches  employees the latest guidelines created by the governing body on payment card security, the new PCI DSS V.3 Standard, which came into effect in April 2016. Companies that accept debit or credit cards payments have a legal responsibility to ensure that their customers’ sensitive information is kept safe. With the new guidelines, all organizations are required to provide employees with annual PCI awareness training.


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