Critical Incident Response Team Training for Saskatchewan Communities
Our enhanced training provides community teams with the option of adding a retreat day for front line workers. Critical Incident Response is the response to a TRAUMATIC event or CRITICAL INCIDENT by a team of TRAINED community members whose major goal is to ensure safety of community members and to lessen the trauma of impact upon the community. This training utilizes the cultural components and focuses on the unique solutions and strengths of our Northern Communities and Northern populations.
Critical Incident Response Team Training for Northern Communities is a two day POSTVENTION training that occurs within the home community and uses community members to build capacity in the realm of a Critical Incident. Participants are taught the 6 basic steps of building and maintaining a Critical Incident Response Team. These are: Information Gathering, Information distribution, Impact assessments, targeting specific Interventions, debriefing and follow ups.
Team members are taught the logistics of completing a community impact assessment with recommendations for resolution. Team members are also taught how to become part of a one on one, small group or larger group intervention as a member of a team.
Who can attend?
Community based CIR Team members or TERT (Traumatic Events Response) Teams