Community & Workplace Traumatologist

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Community & Workplace Traumatologist Certificate

Objectives:

Field Traumatology explores the knowledge and skills needed to respond to the emotional trauma associated with natural or human-caused disasters or crisis.  Topics include warning signs, recovery stages, fitting interventions to client needs, the new Educate, Assess and Refer (EAR) Field Trauma Response model, Reactions and Response to CBRN Terrorism, steps to lessen crisis impact, utilization of community resources for prevention/resolution.  In addition, Compassion Fatigue risk factors, symptoms and prevention/self-care strategies will be addressed.  This course is both didactic and experiential.  Emergency Site Management System will be reviewed.

Participants who successfully complete the full Community & Workplace Traumatologist training curriculum are entitled to use the TITC-CWT designation (which stands for Traumatology Institute Training Curriculum, Community & Workplace Traumatologist).

Who will benefit from participation?

Designed for professionals, volunteers and paraprofessionals who work with trauma survivors or trauma-related response activities. The courses in this program will expand the skills needed for activities with individuals or groups who have been directly or indirectly exposed to a traumatic event. This certificate will benefit first responders (e.g., fire/rescue, emergency medical services, law enforcement, etc.) as well as mental health and health care professionals.

There are no special requirements or degrees are necessary for this entry-level non-counselling training stream.

Participants will:

  • Learn to respond immediately to the emotional component of natural or human-caused disaster
  • Lessen the negative impact resulting from the stress/trauma caused by crisis
  • Differentiate between stress and trauma
  • Define grief stages and bereavement
  • Conduct an initial trauma assessment
  • Survey group, individual, debriefing and Defusing Models
  • Learn how to apply the new Educate, Assess and Refer (EAR) Field Trauma Model
  • Understand reactions and how to respond to Chemical/Biological/Radioactive/Nuclear Terrorism
  • Identify emergency management, phases of disaster, and key concepts of disaster mental health
  • Discuss responder resiliency, prevention and self-care strategies

Course evaluation:

Students are required to attend all sessions or complete make-up assignments in order to successfully complete this program.  Please refer to the Student Evaluation Package for the grading, the assignment schedule and the instructions.

Required Course Readings:

Field Traumatology (Manual for Course #1001)

Prerequisites:

Successful completion of the following courses (or equivalencies) is required for COMMUNITY & WORKPLACE TRAUMATOLOGIST Certificate of Completion: TI-1001, 102 – 107. A combination of face-to-face or on-line courses is accepted.

Prior to enrolling in course 106, participants must complete 1001, 102-105 and 107.

Community & Workplace Traumatology Course Listing

The 7 on-line courses in the Community & Workplace Traumatology program are as follows:

TI-1001: Early Intervention Field Traumatology $139

TI-102: Trauma Evaluation & Community Resources $75.00

TI-103: Standards of Trauma Care: Attachment, Systems & Context $75.00

TI-104: Tools for Trauma: Using Motivational Interviewing after Trauma $79.00

TI-105: Group Work with Trauma Survivors – Community $119

TI-106: Group Supervision in Community & Workplace Intervention $149

TI-107: Compassion Fatigue Resiliency & Recovery – Educator $29.95

Course costs are in Canadian Dollars. Taxes are additional
Each Course is available in the student account for a full 160 days from the date of course purchase

How The Courses Work

We would advise that the courses in each curriculum series be taken consecutively in numerical order. All of the assignments and curriculum in the Community & Workplace program rely on an amalgamation of constituents from all previous CWT courses.

This learning process offers participants the chance to amalgamate their knowledge into a coherent model for appropriate post-trauma intervention.

This whole program provides the chance for studying through online exercises, assignments and unit quizzes but are created mainly for your education and are not submitted for grading. The Traumatology Institute’s staff will grade assignments from the final Supervision course in the CWT series (TI-106) on a pass/fail basis only. These submissions, in addition to the successful completion of core curriculum, will satisfy the requirements of the program.

Each course necessitates the successful completion of a Final Quiz. To pass the quiz, your grade must be above 80%. After completing all of the courses in this stream there will be a Certificate of Completion made available on the E-learning site.

Our certification is supplied via the Traumatology Institute. If you are seeking additional international certification, you can apply through the American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress (AAETS) and Green Cross Academy of Traumatology in the U.S. Both organizations recognize our training and provide advanced certification.

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