Our Vector Cares initiative formalizes how Vector Solutions stands with our team members, clients and their employees, families, and communities as they celebrate triumphs and overcome tragedies. Serving others has been, and will always be, a cornerstone of our organization.
Vector Cares combines our technology and capabilities to serve our communities with complementary resources. These selected initiatives promote social awareness and serve as a resource for individuals who want to learn more and make their organizations and communities a better place.
We're continuing to provide all the products and services you know and rely on from our trusted brands while adding new resources and innovative solutions to help you navigate
through these unprecedented times. There are nearly a dozen courses focused on preparing and managing through COVID-19 for your home, office, and organization.
These micro-courses are complimentary and represent a small sample of the online learning
and training resources in Vector's eLearning course library.
Vector Solutions celebrates and is committed to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in our offices and communities, and has long supported education and learning opportunities on issues impacting the LGBTQ+ community. This complimentary course highlights important information to help learners better understand the basics of LGBTQ+ identities. Although originally designed for the education industry, this informative course can be utilized by learners from all backgrounds and industries.
Vector Solutions is committed to being part of the solution that eliminates racism and intolerance in our communities. Part of that includes making sure businesses and organizations, including ours, are doing everything we can to support a diverse and inclusive atmosphere at work. We believe education is key to the path forward. This complimentary course outlines the steps employers can take to create and promote a diverse workplace that fosters respect and inclusion.
The convenience of web access makes it easy to forget that we need to protect and care for our information. This offering provides an overview of cybercrime and cybersecurity, including the basics of cybersecurity along with the effects of cybercrime, the types of cyber threats and how users are susceptible.
FBI statistics show that schools are the second most common location of an active shooter incident. This offering intends to prepare school personnel for active shooter situations by providing information on how they occur and how they may be more effectively prevented. Users will review facts and history, prevention strategies, preparedness, and what to do if an active shooter incident happens.
PTSD is a largely overlooked issue within the fire service, but its impact can be profound. This offering features a video narrative of a first responder experiencing PTSD after losing a young patient and utilizes in-depth lessons and engaging interactions to educate learners on skills for coping with PTSD symptoms, signs of symptoms in peers who may be struggling emotionally, and ways to get help.
The convenience of web access makes it easy to forget that we need to protect and care for our information. This offering provides an overview of cybercrime and cybersecurity, including the basics of cybersecurity along with the effects of cybercrime, the types of cyber threats, and how users are susceptible.
Recent reports show that as many as 17 percent of high school students have thought seriously about attempting suicide. This offering covers common risk factors related to youth suicide, successful strategies for suicide prevention, and the immediate steps school staff members should take if they encounter a student who is threatening suicide, as well as best practices for intervention after a suicide.
As you may or may not know, the top four causes of construction fatalities are Falls, Struck-By, Caught-in/between, and Electrocutions. This offering will cover various safety topics and will explain how the lack of adherence to these standards are risk factors to the top four construction hazards.