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Resiliency for Emergency Services - Paid
Resiliency for Emergency Services - Paid
$ 30.00
Resiliency for Emergency Services - WSHNA/MACN/IACNA Members
Resiliency for Emergency Services - WSHNA/MACN/IACNA Members
$ 0.00

Course Title: Resiliency for Emergency Services

Hosted Online via Zoom

Instructors: Tanya Zaglauer-Schmell

Date/Time: June 29th, 2020 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM CENTRAL TIME

Registration Fee: $30 per person

Free seats:  Members of WSHNA/MACN/IACNA can register for free.

Who should attend this course:

Any member of the emergency services including law enforcement, fire and rescue personnel and dispatchers.

Registration Questions:
Troy King

Curriculum/Prerequisite Questions:
Deb McMahon

Course Description:

Emergency services personnel operate in a stressful, high-risk environment every day. Psychological support after a traumatic event has lost much of its stigma and has become a viable option for mitigating the effects of traumatic stress. But why wait until after an event when we have methods to reduce cumulative stress?

It is possible through training and conditioning to make stronger men and women who will not only perform more efficiently on the job but will be healthier and stronger for their families.  This two-hour course will guide students toward an understanding between resiliency and its link to stress as well as an understanding of the emotional and psychological factors which enhance resiliency.

Mental preparedness and resilience are essential components of long-term survival.  Survival is by choice, not by chance.  Survival comes from keeping a positive attitude as well as anticipating and mitigating fear. Practical methods for developing resiliency will be presented.

Building resiliency not only prepares emergency responders for life and death decisions, but also reduces conditions that require extensive post-incident intervention.

Prior to attending the course, students will receive by email, a resilience self-evaluation as a tool for individual growth and a lead-in to class discussion.

Each student will receive a certificate for their attendance.

Training Objectives:

  1. Identify the link between the concept of human resiliency and stress
  2. Understand psychological and emotional factors contributing to resiliency
  3. Identify physiological factors contributing to resiliency
  4. Develop resiliency

Technical Information:

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).

Additional Information:

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.