Mental Preparedness Skills for Dangerous Situations and Youth in the Facilities, 8 hours
Facilities staff benefit from this mental preparedness course that equips them to be better prepared for a variety of potentially dangerous situations and youth. Apprehension is decreased when staff have more comprehensive planning and preparedness skill discipline. This course creates more confidence because staff have more insight, strategies, and ability to approach a variety of potentially dangerous, violent situations with professionalism and control. This class replaces apprehension with solid real-life skills and abilities. This class is scenario-based and focuses on officer verbal skills, knowledge of one’s surroundings, and common attempts at deception and manipulation by youth who populate the facilities. This is a practical course that focuses on positive outcomes.