WEBINAR overview

(Management of Aggressive Behaviors) Training

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Presenting organization
MOAB® Training International, Inc. 
A perfect program to use for new hire orientations or refresher training for violence in healthcare. This program focuses on identification and de-escalation of aggressive behaviors, providing students with the knowledge to create win-win situations in difficult confrontations. MOAB is a comprehensive, effective non-lethal-force training program that can be used to train all staff. This training module is a self-guided, interactive program that teaches key concepts to identify and de-escalate aggressive behavior.   

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This program is presented by the Hospital Services of Louisiana, Inc (HSLI). This program has been approved for .75 Nursing Contact hours by HSLI for the complete attendance of the program. HSLI is approved by the Louisiana State Board of Nursing – CE Provide #60.



Discuss effective and compassionate methods of dealing with anxious or aggressive people.


Recognize principles, techniques and skills used to reduce and manage anxious and aggressive behavior.


Discover personal empowerment through increased confidence and skills used during threatening situations.


Demonstrate reduced fear in stressful circumstances by increasing the ability to react successfully.

Presenting Organization

MOAB® Training International, Inc. is a respected leader among training and consulting organizations across the US and Canada, specializing in programs on managing aggressive behavior. Since 1983, over 5,000 agencies have benefited from our highly researched, state-of-the-art programs. MOAB's goal is to teach participants how to protect themselves from injury, and at the same time, control individuals without causing them harm. The valuable programs empower people with necessary skills to avert conflict and injuries through various de-escalation techniques. Participants include corporations, law enforcement organizations, security, academic, healthcare, military and federal agencies.