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Review concepts and techniques of crisis negotiation and crisis communication while dealing with the challenging and potentially violent interactions when encountering persons suffering from mental illness and in a state of crisis.
The CCII has created a new Critical Incident Scribe (four-day) Course. With the addition of a new course instructor, course training material and curriculum hosted by the Durham Regional Police Service.
Critical Incident Stress Management - Debrief post critical incident - purpose and procedure
CCII’s Advanced Crisis Negotiations for the Front-Line Responder is a 3-day training opportunity designed to provide continuing education, skills improvement and increasing proficiency
This is a tremendous learning opportunity for those who act as first point of contact with a person in a state of crisis. By having the knowledge, concepts and strategies of crisis negotiation will significantly enhance a safe and positive outcome.
The M’Chigeeng First Nation Peer Support & Outreach Program will be hosting a three-day Crisis Negotiation and De-Escalation Techniques for First Responders
Canadian Critical Incident Inc. is pleased to announce that registration is now available for a 5-day Crisis Negotiator hosted by the Brantford Police Service
An IC Scribe will assist with documentation of the effectiveness of scene management against established decision making framework, documenting revisions, and recording and following up on actionable items as required
The course will focus on instruction for members at the Duty Officer responsibility level to gain the necessary knowledge and judgement essential to plan and direct operations in major incidents.
Communicators will be introduced to command procedures, roles and responsibilities of the Crisis Negotiating Team, Tactical Team, Command Post,
Attendees will learn the importance of using empathy combined with active listening skills to deescalate the subject and work towards gaining compliance
Officers will learn understand and better deal with individuals who are suffering mental illness or in a state of crisis
Crisis Negotiators Course and Recertification - Hosted by the Greater Sudbury Police Service
We are excited to announce that Monique Rollin, Inspector (ret.), CCII’s Vice President and Director of Training, will be a guest presenter for the 2020 Illinois Crisis Negotiators Association (ICNA) CONFERENCE April 20 – 24 2020 in Moline, Illinois.
The OAEM will be providing this one day Ontario IMS based professional development course for scribes
Provide front-line supervisors with training to assume initial command of critical incidents and prepare them to understand a wide range of critical incident strategies including the use of supports like Tactical Units and Crisis Negotiators.
Five-day course to provide Duty Officers / Major Incident Commanders with a training course designed for police leaders who are required to assume command of police operations in major incidents.
This course will provide front-line supervisors with training to assume initial command of critical incidents and prepare them to understand a wide range of critical incident strategies.
Attendees will learn many of the same skills Crisis Negotiators use to de-escalate, build rapport, and move the subject in agitation/crisis towards rational communication that benefits everyone involved
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