December 12 @ 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Performance, Persistence, and Prevention: Responder Readiness Workshop (Williamsburg)
This training class is being offered twice on the same day – in the morning and in the afternoon. Please only register for one of the class time periods. This is the morning class. If you want to register for the afternoon class instead, click here.
First H.E.L.P.’s Responder Readiness workshop focuses on understanding the physiological and psychological effects of stress and job-related trauma on the body and identifying tools that can increase long-term protective factors and optimize human performance under stress.
In this four-hour workshop facilitated by an experienced first responder, participants will engage in meaningful conversations about the stressful and often traumatic life of a first responder. Participants should expect to leave the workshop with a better understanding of how stress and trauma affect first responder performance and be equipped with techniques to build resilience and initiate difficult conversations.
More details on the workshop can be found at the First H.E.L.P. website by clicking here.
DCJS in-service credit for this course is pending approval.