Scenario Based Mental Health & De-escalation Training

Police and protective service officers often find themselves in situations where they are responding to an individual who is, or appears to be, mentally ill.  These interactions often lack understanding between both parties, making it more challenging to produce positive outcomes. Created by ProTraining, Scenario Based Mental Health and De-escalation Training is an award winning course
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Recognition of Emotionally Disturbed Persons

Underscored by events reported in the media, crisis situations involving emotionally disturbed persons (EDPs) can sometimes result in tragic outcomes. Consequently, increased awareness and the ability to determine if a person’s actions are the result of unlawful behaviour or the manifestation of emotional or mental illness is an essential skill for first response personnel. Recognition
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Critical Incident Stress Management

Critical incident stress is a universal reality for first response personnel. During the course of a career, it is estimated that nearly 90% of police officers, firefighters, and other emergency response personnel will be affected by a critical incident. Reactions to these events manifest in a broad range of physical, emotional, and behavioural responses that
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Crisis Intervention and De-escalation

In the wake of the Robert Dziekanski tragedy in 2007, the Braidwood Commission made a number of recommendations that emphasized the importance of police being able to effectively intervene in and de-escalate crisis situations. Originally designed for police officers, the Crisis Intervention and De-escalation course will also provide security professionals with crisis intervention and de-escalation
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Being a Successful Supervisor

Supervisors require distinct skills that enable them to effectively motivate, coach, and mentor employees while keeping them focused on organizational goals. A successful supervisor will not only contribute to employees’ ability to achieve identified objectives but will contribute to the overall success of the organization. Developed by Vubiz, this course details the most important elements
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