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Terrorism Liaison Training: Level II

This award is not eligible for Financial Aid

The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Terrorism Liaison Training: Level II program is designed to provide additional knowledge and skills needed to be a Terrorism Liaison Officer for criminal justice and fire science professionals seeking advancement in the field of homeland security. Including but not limited to threat assessment for terrorism, hostile intent, hazmat materials used by terrorists, and the assessment, investigation and responses to terrorism incidents.


Details iconImportant information you’ll need when applying for admission:
Field of Interest: 
Behavioral Science and Human Services
Academic Plan Code: 
Total credits required: 
Effective term: 
Spring 2022
Program prerequisites
Course #Course TitleCredits
Admission criteria

This program is offered through an educational partnership. Employment by a governmental organization is required for admission.

Academic Plan: 
Terrorism Liaison Training: Level II (CER)

This program is not eligible for Title IV Federal Financial Aid.
Students must earn a grade of C or better for all courses required within the program.

Required courses
Course #Course TitleCredits
The following courses are required and included in CCL Terrorism Liaison Training: Level I
AJS/FSC276Terrorism Liaison (4) AND
AJS/FSC277Threat Vulnerability Assessment (1) OR
Permission of Program Director0-5
The following courses are required and included in CCL Terrorism Liaison Training: Level II:
AJS/FSC278Hostile Intent and Intervention Training2
AJS/FSC279Field Intelligence Team Training3
AJS/FSC280Terrorism Hazmat First Responder Training4
Restricted Electives
Course #Course TitleCredits
  • Synthesize multiple sources of information to make timely assessments. (AJS/FSC276, AJS/FSC277, AJS/FSC278, AJS/FSC279, AJS/FSC280)
  • Solve problems through logical and sound reasoning. (AJS/FSC276, AJS/FSC277, AJS/FSC278, AJS/FSC279, AJS/FSC280)
  • Communicate orally, visually and in writing precisely, appropriately, and effectively to varied audiences. (AJS/FSC276, AJS/FSC277, AJS/FSC278, AJS/FSC279, AJS/FSC280)
  • Communicate in the language common to the criminal justice and fire science systems. (AJS/FSC276, AJS/FSC277, AJS/FSC278, AJS/FSC279, AJS/FSC280)
  • Collaborate with diverse agencies, community representatives and individuals to achieve common goals. (AJS/FSC276, AJS/FSC277, AJS/FSC278, AJS/FSC279, AJS/FSC280)
  • Utilize technology to collect, analyze and communicate data. (AJS/FSC276, AJS/FSC277, AJS/FSC278, AJS/FSC279, AJS/FSC280)
  • Utilize field sampling and testing to determine Hazmat materials. (AJS/FSC278, AJS/FSC279, AJS/FSC280)
  • Determine appropriate Personal Protective Equipment and decontamination. (AJS/FSC278, AJS/FSC279, AJS/FSC280)
  • Practice various surveillance techniques as it relates to hostile intent and covert operations.
  • Practice vulnerability assessment. (AJS/FSC278, AJS/FSC279, AJS/FSC280)
  • Practice professional standards appropriate to the fields of criminal justice and fire science. (AJS/FSC278, AJS/FSC279, AJS/FSC280)
  • Practice threat assessments and the fundamentals of emergency management. (AJS/FSC278, AJS/FSC279, AJS/FSC280)

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