About This Course
Over the past several years there has been a significant increase in active shooter/killer training. Most organizations are well prepared to respond to this type of event in their community. But what about other events such as a train derailment? An airplane crash? A Natural disaster? Leadership in the first few hours of a crisis event is critical and this course provides you with the tools to lead before a more formal structure is in place.
Includes the 8-Hour Art of Multi-directional Leadership
This course is designed for front-line personnel who may respond to a variety of critical incidents with a primary focus on front-line supervisors.
Through guided discussion, small group activities, and self-assessment, participants will:
- Identify the 4 phases of a Critical Incident Scene and the “no-checklist” Checklist
- Learn how human performance factors affect decision-making under stress
- Distinguish between Administrative Scenes and Investigative Scenes
- Learn how the early decisions made on scene effect the overall investigation
- Identify post-incident procedures and follow-up