Relias Learning Partners with OSS Academy? to Provide Most Dynamic Library of Online Law Enforcement Training

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Relias Learning has partnered with OSS Academy? to provide a more expansive library of law enforcement courses in combination with the extensive corrections content offered through the Corrections Online Training Collaborative (COTC). The leader in online training for corrections, the COTC, powered by Relias Learning, now offers over 40 OSS Academy? courses through its learning management system. This training is geared to meet the compliance needs of deputies, jailers, and corrections officers.


?We are excited about the opportunity to partner with OSS Academy?,? says Jim Triandiflou, CEO of Relias Learning. ?This partnership will allow us to better serve corrections organizations and become a leader in online learning for the corrections and law enforcement field.?


Online law enforcement courses from the COTC and OSS Academy? act as a supplement to typical in-person training. Law enforcement organizations can optimize live training time and provide online learning for courses that don?t require an in-person setting. Self-paced, interactive courses provided through this partnership address topics including: ;

; Active shooter response ; Crime scene management ; Defensive and distracted driving for law enforcement ; Domestic violence response ; Traffic stops ; Rifle tactics ; Vehicle Searches

The new courses by OSS Academy? were developed by subject matter experts specifically trained and experienced in providing high quality adult-based learning. These experts come from a variety of backgrounds including U.S. intelligence services, sheriff?s departments, police agencies, and federal enforcement agencies.


?We feel this selection of courses meets the diverse and specific standards of training for law enforcement organizations,? explains Jim. ?Corrections and Law Enforcement are fast growing segments of Relias and we are investing significantly to meet the needs of these markets.?


Law enforcement organizations interested in this training can learn more at Relias Learning?s website, or visit OSS Academy? at


About Relias Learning and the Corrections Online Training Collaborative


Relias Learning provides an online training solution for senior care, health and human services, intellectual and developmental disabilities, and correctional facilities. Through its user-friendly Learning Management System, organizational administrators can report and deliver mandatory training to their staff 24/7?without the hassle of scheduling live trainings or maintaining unwieldy paper reporting documents. Written by subject matter experts, Relias? accredited and approved courses help keep the organizations they serve compliant and up to date on mandatory trainings.


The Corrections Online Training Collaborative (COTC) is a cooperative venture of the leading associations serving the correctional industry and currently includes the ACA (American Correctional Association), American Jail Association (AJA) and the American Probation and Parole Association (APPA). COTC associations work with Relias Learning to design custom courses and provide an intuitive training system allowing for quick, automated enrollment of learners and one-click reporting?drastically saving administrative time tracking and proving compliance.


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