Course Title: Understanding the Employee Polygraph Protection Act of 1988
Duration: Approximately 1.5 hours
Final Assessment: YES
Certificate of Completion: YES
Last Update: 3/27/2019- U.S. Pre-publish Review
Potential: This short course is primarily of use to U.S.-based security practitioners. It addresses misconceptions about lie-detectors, their history and legal limitations. The lecture also describes exceptions to the rules and how an examination is conducted. This is invaluable information to be armed with, the next time your boss suggests putting an employee on the "box."
Tuition: $24.95 (US)
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Sample Content- The Law and the Lie Detector...
The Employee Polygraph Protection Act of 1988
The polygraph (or lie-detector) has been a cultural icon for almost a century. However, as an educated professional you should be able to separate myth from fact.
Most of what we know about this technology comes from Hollywood and pulp fiction novels.
You owe it to yourself, and your employer to get a grip on the topic. Failing to do so can lead to embarrassment, litigation, workforce friction and reduced efficiency.
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Most of what we think we know about lie-detectors we get from Hollywood. As a student of security in the private sector, you need to be better than this.
This unique course arms you with the basic awareness you need when the topic of "lie-detectors" arise in the U.S. workplace. Content includes, but is not limited to:
A 20-question course assessment is included. A minimal score of 80% is required for the Certificate of Completion. A maximum of three attempts is permitted for the assessment.