Training Day

Atlanta’s nightlife contributes significantly to the city’s economy.
In order to continue to sustain a thriving nighttime economy, the
right investments need to be made to ensure that, both, patrons
and staff continue to remain safe. One way to do so is by being
proactive and preventative. Training Day will be a quarterly event
hosted by
 Mayor Andre Dickens, the City of Atlanta and Atlanta
Mayor’s Office of Film & Entertainment that will consist of a
series of workshops engaging nightlife industry leaders with city
agencies to learn and communicate about policy + regulatory
information in the nighttime industry.

MORE INFORMATION ON OUR TRAINING WORKSHOPS:

(Click here to view workshops description)

How To De-Escalate a Violent Altercation
Active Shooter Response
First Aid & Emergency (CPR)
Inspections & Permitting
Alcohol Awareness
Community Engagement
Nightclub Security Training + Best Practices
Neighborhood Engagement

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Training Day Workshop Descriptions

How to De-Escalate A Violent Altercation

In this experiential training tailored to the hospitality industry, participants learn de-escalation  skills that could prevent a physical altercation. The training will also cover how to interact with patrons who may be intoxicated. Additionally, the training will provide best practices on how to be proactive when interacting with unruly patrons.

 de-escalation
Active Shooter Training

Due to an increase in active shooter incidents and the swiftness with which
they unfold, it is imperative to now prepare ourselves, our co-workers, families, and communities. This course will focus on how to be prepared and gain the skills needed to prevent, recognize, and increase your ability to survive during an active shooter incident. This course will provide details on what behaviors to look for and who to contact to prevent an active shooter incident. You will also learn how to make educated life-saving decisions regarding which actions to take during an active shooter incident.

Active Shooter Response
Alcohol Awareness

The Alcohol-awareness workshop will explain the physiological effects of alcohol and offer important information about legal liability. Through this workshop, you’ll learn how to use behavioral cues to assess intoxication levels in guests. You’ll also learn appropriate intervention strategies for dealing with intoxicated guests so you may defuse potentially dangerous situations before they escalate.

Alcohol Awareness
Security Training

This workshop course is designed to provide comprehensive and easy to understand information to ensure the safety of both the employee and the customers. The workshop will help you ensure your employees are operating at the highest level, reduces violence, prevents police intervention, avoids civil lawsuits, and even lower your insurance rates.

Security Training
Neighborhood Engagement

Hear from a panel of leaders from the Department of City Planning, neighborhood business associations, Community Improvement Districts (CIDs) and Neighborhood Planning Units (NPUs) to learn how you can work with community and government partners to create safe and thriving businesses and nightlife districts.

First Aid & Emergency (CPR)
Inspections & Permitting

This workshop will instruct on how to request inspections, to obtain Public Assembly Permits.  It will also focus on how to recognize the most frequent fire code violations and how to maintain accountability while in operation.

The workshop aims to educate the public on the importance of annual fire inspection, how to request fire inspections and the process of operating a business within guideline of the fire code.

First Aid & Emergency (CPR)