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Event Description

Critical Incident Stress Awareness (MHW001)

Leadership and peers are given insight to the necessity for critical incident stress awareness, and overall occupation stress awareness. This is a foundation for leaders, directors, and supervisors as well as front line peers, to have insight on how their staff and co-workers may be impacted from one or multiple critical incidents. This is a non-certification awareness course that highlights all different elements of stress, its impacts, how to help, and basic concept of building an inner facility / agency / organization support team. This session is also a precursor to Mental Health Resiliency class and Critical Incident Stress Management / Peer support education and training. 
Category/Level Basic  
Date(s)  Thu. Apr 29, 2021 0900 am - 1200 pm 
Location "In-Person and Virtual Options"
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Building/Room On-LIne 
Handicap Accessibility No
WiFi Access  
Offered By Mountain Healthcare Preparedness Region 
Primary Instructor Burns, William 
Course Length
Course Hours
Target Audience This course audience is focused on those in the Healthcare and First Responder professions. 
Maximum Participants 100
# Open Seats 100
# on Wait List 8
Attachments Awareness Flyer

Offering Specific Information

This course is an ONLINE version of the seated Stress Awareness Course being offered at same time in Columbus, NC.

Registered students will receive a link to the online platform that will be utilized for course prior to April 29th via TERMS email. 

This course is being offered in partnership between Metrolina Healthcare Preparedness Coalition and the Mountain Area Healthcare Coalition 

This course is not eligible for NCEM per diem.   |   |  HelpDesk: 919-825-2574   |  Email TERMS Helpdesk