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Class: 20794 How to Be Resilient In These Changing Times
State/Campus: 
Public Safety Training Center
Start Date: 
10/27/2020
Delivery Mode: 
In Person Classroom
Credits/CEU: 
0.10
City/Location: 
Public Safety Training Center

End Date: 
10/27/2020

Total Hours: 
4.00

Fee: 
$35.00
 
Description:
These are very challenging times for Law Enforcement Officers, Command Staff and Dispatchers. It is a challenging time for any and all who experience stressful situations day in and day out. Stress can kill, and we know that. But more insidious is how stress slowly erodes us from being our best and most resilient. Much of the current research of people involved in traumatic incidents finds that large numbers of those affected by the incident will recover without experiencing debilitating mental health issues. This course identifies risk factors that might impede resiliency; What predicts psychological resilience following a traumatic incident; and strategies to build resilience and facilitate recovery.

Meeting Times:
10/27/2020 - 10/27/2020 Tuesday 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM PS151

Class Notes:
Students should bring note-taking materials with them to class. The fees for this term have not been approved by the state. The fee will be determined by April 1. The estimated fee will be $35. Due to the evolving nature of the Public Health Emergency, all training and class offerings may be subject to future date, time, location and/or delivery method changes.


 
   
Class: 20795 How to Be Resilient In These Changing Times
State/Campus: 
Public Safety Training Center
Start Date: 
10/27/2020
Delivery Mode: 
In Person Classroom
Credits/CEU: 
0.10
City/Location: 
Public Safety Training Center

End Date: 
10/27/2020

Total Hours: 
4.00

Fee: 
$35.00
 
Description:
These are very challenging times for Law Enforcement Officers, Command Staff and Dispatchers. It is a challenging time for any and all who experience stressful situations day in and day out. Stress can kill, and we know that. But more insidious is how stress slowly erodes us from being our best and most resilient. Much of the current research of people involved in traumatic incidents finds that large numbers of those affected by the incident will recover without experiencing debilitating mental health issues. This course identifies risk factors that might impede resiliency; What predicts psychological resilience following a traumatic incident; and strategies to build resilience and facilitate recovery.

Meeting Times:
10/27/2020 - 10/27/2020 Tuesday 12:30 PM - 4:30 PM PS151

Class Notes:
Students should bring note-taking materials with them to class. The fees for this term have not been approved by the state. The fee will be determined by April 1. The estimated fee will be $35. Due to the evolving nature of the Public Health Emergency, all training and class offerings may be subject to future date, time, location and/or delivery method changes.