Recruiting and Selecting Teams for Crisis Negotiation – Online Course
June 30 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm CDT| Free – $30
Recruiting and Selecting Teams for Crisis Negotiation
Hosted Online via Zoom
Instructors: Troy King and Danny Johnson
Date/Time: June 30th, 2020 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM Central Time
Registration Fee: $30 per person
BANG Members: Free (Limited to 10 seats, first come first serve)
WSHNA Members: Free (Limited to 10 seats, first come first serve)
Please Note: Negotiation Association Members are limited to 3 free online courses, after which point free attendance will be on a stand-by basis.
NCNA Representatives: 2 free NCNA seats per Association/Limit 16 total free seats per course.
While this course is designed for members of crisis negotiation teams, it is open to all members of law-enforcement or corrections, sworn or non-sworn, including SROs, CIT officers, dispatchers, support personnel, or mental health professionals or chaplains working in support of law-enforcement activities.
Students must register with a government-issued email address or provide a telephone contact number for prerequisite verification.
Selecting the right people to serve on a crisis negotiation team may be the most important decision a team makes.
Identifying and recruiting team players who round-out skills that go beyond being a good negotiator is critical to having a team that can accomplish all that makes a team great during operational and non-operational periods.
Students will learn how to prepare selection policy, write oral boards, select applicants based on crisis negotiation core competencies, and reduce turnover on crisis negotiation teams.
Students will be provided sample oral boards to take back to their team.
- Identify core competencies for crisis negotiators
- Recruit crisis negotiators to crisis negotiation teams
- Retain crisis negotiators on crisis negotiation teams
Prior to the start of the training session, students will receive a hyperlink and password via the “Attendee Email” provided at the time of registration which will provide access to the training session.
For this reason, it is important this is an email address which will allow the attendee to access the email on the date and time of the training.
The course is intended to be interactive with online students, and so each student must be registered and participating with their own electronic device (computer, laptop, tablet, or cell phone).
This course is limited to 30 students at a time. Agencies wishing to host an online training course which is open only to their agency or team should contact Deb McMahon at the numbers listed above.
This course is Missouri POST approved, and each registered attendee will receive email confirmation of training attendance and a digital certificate of attendance.