We can help you and your workforce build the confidence and skills to operate safely and securely in a vulnerable world.

Our immersive, thought-provoking education and awareness programs teach safety and security skills by applying behavioral and cognitive science to empower a safer mindset.

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Why should your organization work with Greylake Academy?

  • Customized to meet your organization’s business needs, corporate culture and align with your policies and other initiatives. Custom training better reflects your values and brand and gives you the opportunity to influence perceptions about security at your organization.

  • Enterprise solutions available for our academy courses. Let us know how many enrollments you need and we'll provide custom login details for your employees.

  • Dynamic, humanistic, thought-provoking learning programs that examine safety and security through the lens of behavioral and cognitive science, making learning more authentic, sticky and enjoyable

  • Customized content can be developed for your organization’s learning management system or hosted by us. Analytics can give data to ensure compliance, measure learner engagement and retention.

  • Our learning programs are based on self-reflection, provoke emotion and incite memory - powerful tools to learn and apply knowledge to your staff.

  • Builds resilience and helps people act more rationally and decisively in response to a threat because they are emotionally and mentally prepared.

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We help you raise awareness of security initiatives and empower a safer mindset in your organization through our custom team training programs.

Training Options

Implicit Bias Training for Security Professionals
Defining, understanding and ultimately disrupting bias in a security context.

Conflict Resolution and De-Escalation Training
Understanding motivations for anger, identify behaviors that could escalate and learn and communication skills and techniques to de-escalate situations. (Coming Soon!)

Behavioral Threat Analysis
Learning how to determine a baseline for behaviors in a corporate environment, be able to look for and articulate anomalous behaviors, and understand and identify universal cues that signal an individual is expressing intent to commit an illegal act or harm another. (Coming Soon!)


  • Can’t I just use off-the-shelf generic training?

    Generic training rings hollow with corporate workers. It’s seen as less valuable and it’s more difficult for them to relate to generic content. Customized programs that reflect your organization’s operations, culture, brand and geographic footprint is more relatable and is more likely to influence a learner’s behavior. Plus, a well-developed learning program is a chance for you to showcase your security department and raise awareness of the great work you do. An e-learning might be the only opportunity for your organization to interface with your security department so you want it to be good!

  • But my organization already offers implicit or unconscious bias training. Can’t I just use that to educate my security professionals?

    This type of implicit bias training, usually produced by an HR or diversity and inclusion department is focused on the effects of implicit bias in situations such as hiring, promotions,and general workplace dynamics, etc. Security professionals have a whole different set of priorities and objectives that are different from the average worker at your organization. They are the ones determining who is a threat, potentially detaining, questioning and investigating others. Those situations are so critical to your business’ operations, reputation and overall safety that they deserve a specialized course focused on what security professionals deal with on a daily basis.

  • Will this training stop me or my security colleagues from having implicit bias?

    Nobody can stop implicit bias entirely. Our associations about people are so deeply rooted in ourselves that it’s very difficult to dislodge them. However, when we become aware of how and why we have bias and how they can influence our work in security, we can take a step back and think about our associations and perceptions are coloring our decisions before we decide to act.

  • But, I’m not a racist or a sexist. Why would I need to learn about this?

    All people have implicit bias and that doesn’t mean that you are a racist or a bad person at all. The reason why implicit biases are so powerful, is that we don’t even realize how they influence us. This is why it’s such a problem. Everyone needs to understand how and why this happens so we can think about the “why” we came to a conclusion about another person. It is then that we can begin to mitigate these unwanted biases.

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