ABOUT THE CLASS
Being in emergency services is a demanding, challenging, and emotionally-draining career. You are exposed to the most horrific tragedies on a daily basis and are required to remain calm and focused regardless of how the situation affects you—this can sometimes cause unhealthy or absent coping mechanisms that can 'bleed' into their personal life. This training will equip emergency responders or those who work in the industry with the tools needed to provide effective emotional first aid to their peers (peer-to-peer support) and better assist citizens in crisis, which can lead to a healthier career.
WHAT WE TEACH
• Emotional First Aid Skills
• Practical Support Skills
• Dealing with Someone in Crisis
• Death Notification Tips
• Peer Support Techniques
• Dealing with Death
• Coroner's Office Procedure
• Self-Care Techniques
• Follow-up and long-term care
E-TIP is taught by trainers who are nationally-certified by the Trauma Intervention Program and are employees of TIP or a local government agency. Trainers have been vetted to instruct this course and have personally handled thousands of crisis scenes and have taught many training academies and E-TIP training courses.
Please note: Classes are only available to members of the emergency response industry or government agencies (e.g. police, fire, hospitals, coroners, family services, school district, city/county entities).
Classes include a working lunch to ensure all material covered. Lunch will be provided.
All registrants will be required to submit verification via a valid employee number.
Please contact us if you are concerned about your eligibility.
Schedule a Class
If you are interested in hosting a private class for your employees, please contact us. Employees do not have to be direct first responders to benefit from this course.
If you would like to be notified of upcoming training, please complete the form below.
Questions? Please contact Christian Raymer at (702) 229-0344 or .