|Date/Time:||April 24, 2014 9:00am - 4:000pm|
INTENDED AUDIENCE: DHHS Employees Only
Preparation and awareness are the two most important components of maintaining one’s safety. Knowing how to assess a situation, plan ahead when an interaction has the potential for danger and paying attention once we are in a situation assists us in staying safe. While no training program can guarantee a risk free world, this one day program will provide a wide range of options available to staff who may encounter angry people or situations with potential risk. The program will address the need for boundaries, both physical and psychological; provide practical de-escalation techniques; address what to pay attention to when in a crisis situation; essential skills that assist us when interacting with angry or hostile people; understand and build skill in disengaging; and tips for staying safe in the office and in the field.
This is not a self-defense course. This program will address safety both in the office and out in the field.
|Class ID:||C180 (Reference id: 557989)|
|Current class status:|
|559977||Tormey, Hope||DHHS||7 Child Welfare|
|609393||RAMSEY, LYNETTE E||DHHS OFI||12 Eligibility Services (OIAS)|
(You will be contacted if an opening is available)
|561969||Sawyer, Jane M||DHHS||8 Children's Services: Behavioral Health|