Thursday, January 23, 2020 - 8:00am
Crisis Awareness Training, provided by Steven Click with the Ohio Department of Mental Health & Addiction Services / Trauma Informed Care, First Responder Liaison, provides participants possible examples of physical and emotional signs that a co-worker, family member, friend or the employee themselves may be in crisis after a traumatic event. This can be brought about by an incident at work, in their personal life or as the result of the cumulative effects of exposure to traumatic situations. Everyone’s reactions to trauma are unique to that person but this course gives some possible signs and symptoms as well as techniques to help someone who may benefit from assistance.
Often, we want to help another person but don’t know what to say or how to best assist them. This course provides the opportunity to ask questions about trauma and stress as well as being given resources and concepts to help not only someone else, but the employee themselves.
This course has been presented to a number of agencies and civilian organizations across Ohio. It has been very well received.
Training Objectives: Crisis Awareness Training was developed to assist first responders, their families/friends and co-workers with:
Date: Thursday, January 23, 2020
Audience: First Responders and their Family/Friends & Co-workers
Length: 4 hours of content with breaks (Lunch Immediately Following)
Format: PowerPoint / Lecture
Trainer: Steve Click, Lt. Highway Patrol ret., OhioMHAS
Location: Ashland County Sheriff’s Annex (1205 East Main Street)
Time of Day: 8am to 12:30pm
Slides from the Training: HERE
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