Crisis Response Certificate
Pace is proud to offer training designed for community members, professionals, students, first responders (including law enforcement, medical, fire, etc.) and frontline workers in our region.
Sessions are facilitated by professional, skilled, and enthusiastic instructors with decades of training and experience, making this training invaluable.
You have the option of taking this training as either stand alone courses or enrolling in the full Crisis Response Management certificate.
To achieve the full Crisis Response Management certificate, you must complete the required six core courses, plus a minimum of 12 hours of elective courses of your choosing. All courses must be taken through Pace for credit towards the certificate.
- Crisis Intervention & Communication Skills
- Cross Cultural Awareness
- First Responders to Sexual Assault & Sexual Abuse
- Applied Suicide Intervention Skills (ASIST)
- Children & Trauma and Grief and Loss (as one full day together)
- Mental Health First Aid
- Intimate Partner Violence
- Awareness of Self Harming Behavior
- The Impacts of Empathy
- Sexual Harassment and Assault
- Professional Boundaries
- Recognizing and Responding to Child Sexual Abuse
- Who's Creeping Your Kids?
NOTE: Through a partnership with Northwestern Polytechnic, these workshops count for Category A credits with the Alberta College of Social Workers.
View or download the Winter 2022 Crisis Response Management Brochure PDF or visit the Pace Programs and Services website HERE for futher information.
To register or for further information, please contact NWP Continuing Education or see the following courses below:
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