Training Courses

TRAUMATOLOGY INSTITUTE TRAINING CURRICULUM (TITC) – Training Designation

After successfully completing TITC programs you will receive a certificate of completion and permission to use the TITC designation. Each course has a unique TITC designation, these are outlined within the information sections for each program stream or course.

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TRAINING STREAMS AND COURSES:

CLINICAL TRAUMATOLOGIST TRAINING STREAM

Clinical Traumatologist:
Designed for Mental Health care professionals who have a minimum of a Master’s degree completed or in progress related to the clinical or counselling field. Successful completion of the following courses (or equivalencies) are required for Certificate of Completion: TI-1001, TI-202 to TI-207. Students who sucessfully complete this stream will be able to use the designation TITC-CT. Course details can be found here.

 

COMMUNITY & WORKPLACE TRAUMATOLOGIST TRAINING STREAM

Community & Workplace Traumatologist:
Designed for professionals, paraprofessionals and volunteers who work with trauma survivors or trauma-related issues or individuals who wish to gain skills to do so. This program is for individuals who work with trauma survivors but are not offering counseling services. Enhance your post-trauma care skills development, learn to offer services with a Trauma Informed care awareness. No special requirements or degrees are necessary for this entry-level training stream. Successful completion of the following courses (or equivalencies) are required for certificate: TI-1001 to TI-107. Students who sucessfully complete this stream will be able to use the designation TITC-CWT. Course details can be found here.

 

COMPASSION FATIGUE TRAINING PROGRAMS

Compassion Fatigue Resiliency & Recovery – Educator:
An intensive one-day resiliency enhancement program developed for those working with seriously ill, injured or traumatized/troubled people. This program was designed in workshop format to be both didactic and experiential. Students who sucessfully complete this stream will be able to use the designation TITC-CFE. Course details can be found here.

Compassion Fatigue Specialist – Therapist:
Designed for mental health care professionals with a minimum of a Master’s degree. Based on the Accelerated Recovery Program (ARP) for Compassion Fatigue, this program trains professionals to offer the unique 5-session individual care ARP model to those directly impacted as a result of their work with traumatized/troubled clients. Students who sucessfully complete this stream will be able to use the designation TITC-CFST. Course details can be found here.

 

EARLY INTERVENTION FIELD TRAUMATOLOGIST STREAM

Early Intervention Field Traumatologist:
First responders (e.g., fire/rescue, emergency medical services, law enforcement, etc.) as well as mental health and health care professionals will benefit from this comprehensive course. There are no pre-requisites for this program as Field Traumatology is an entry level course. Students who sucessfully complete this stream will be able to use the designation TITC-EIFT. Course details can be found here.