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Upcoming Training Opportunities

 

We strive to provide training opportunities allowing maximum participation of your staff. We will travel to your location and can conduct on-site training.

Please contact us to schedule and coordinate training specific to your organization's needs. 

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JUL 31-Aug 1, 2024  CISM:  ASSISTING INDIVIDUALS IN CRISIS - WYLIE FIRE RESCUE 

COURSE FEE:   $200

REGISTRATION NOW OPEN. Register via email here.

 

AUG 21-22, 2024  CISM:  GROUP CRISIS INTERVENTION - WYLIE FIRE RESCUE
COURSE FEE:   $200
REGISTRATION NOW OPEN. Register via email here.

Financial Assistance

If you are in need of suicide intervention training for your agency and don't have any funding, please contact us for free training opportunities.

Making Training Possible for all First Responders

 

We desire to strengthen our first responder community with resilience education and suicide prevention training.

 

Unfortunately, many public service agencies currently do not have adequate funding for employee support services. If you would like to help us provide scholarships and reduced rates to agencies/individuals in need of financial assistance to attend our training, please consider donating. We appreciate your contributions.

What People Say About our Training

"From first aid training to critical incident management, Instructor Ward’s classes are fact-based and relevant to the audience he presents to."  ~ Ted DeHart, Deputy Chief - Dupont Police Department 

"With suicide as the number one killer of officers, this training provides valuable information and resources to keep our first responders mentally healthy." ~ Diane Peterson,  Executive Director - Alaska Police and Fire Chaplains

 

"Rick Ward's 25 years worth of experience as a Washington State Patrol Trooper and Regional Academy Instructor allows your organization the opportunity to benefit from his Crisis Management knowledge.  This training will provide  your employees  with new skills that are vital to help them survive physically and emotionally, so that they and their families can successfully deal with the trauma that they face every day as first responders." ~ Gailin Hester, WSP Sergeant, Ret.

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