Traditional training can only prepare them to a certain point.
It’s part of the job to train first responders on how to deal with difficult situations, situations that most people can’t possibly understand. The training teaches them how to maintain control of difficult situations and prepare for what they will encounter on a daily basis.
However, it’s much harder to prepare them on how to deal with these situations as human beings.
We are all different in how we process events and underestimate the long term effect of what we encounter. Many times, when situations are not properly addressed, the result manifests in depression, burnout, PTSD, and home-life distractions. We want to work with you and your team to build the tools that impact your team’s resilience, efficiency, and awareness to positively take on the events encountered on a daily basis.
Join us, along with special guests from this field, for a one-hour interactive discussion on how to help your first responders find their balance. To provide a more personalized conversation space is limited to 10 seats.
Registration: Go to the following link https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc6bJtfzFd9RkCzT333Vg1HSdnVe7onCEG43HgJ9dF9-QcXqQ/viewform