Trauma-Informed Care for the Frontlines

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Training Details

Event Dates and Timeframe
Tuesday, October 6, 2020 at 10:00 AM until noon
This class is also being offered on
Tuesday, December 1, 2020 ( Online / Web Delivered )
Location and Delivery Method
Delivery Method
Online / Web Delivered
Software
Zoom
Contact Person
AKTC Support
Support Phone
(907) 264-6244
Support Email
support@aktclms.org
Support Website
www.zoom.us
Cost Range
FREE
Funding provided by the state of Alaska (SOA) Department of Health and Social Services (DHSS) Office of Substance Misuse and Addiction Prevention (OSMAP)

Host And Instructor

Host
Rural AKHealth Professions Foundation/AKTraining Cooperative
Instructor
Tom McRoberts, MSW (tom@alaskachd.org), Wendi Shackelford (wendis@alaskachd.org)

Credits

Contact Hours: 2.00
C.E. Credit for Alaska Police Standards Council: 2.00
C.E. Credit for Nursing - Contact Hours: 2.00
This training offers 2 nursing contact hours and is jointly provided by the Alaska Nurses Association and Alaska Training Cooperative. The Alaska Nurses Association is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the Montana Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.

Training Overview Description

This training explores how a Trauma-Informed Care approach can support the work of Frontline workers across Alaska. Participants will learn concepts associated with the impact of various types of trauma and how that information affects critical interactions. In discussing trauma, whether individual, complex, current, historical, or multi-generational, participants will explore strategies to improve their work with the people they serve. This training will include an in-depth look at the impact of early childhood trauma on health and behavior through the Adverse Childhood Experiences Studies (A.C.E.S.) and will discuss the building blocks of resilience. Examples of successful trauma-informed approaches to interactions and interventions will be explored in an interactive format.

Objectives:

  • What it means to be trauma-informed and how it can positively affect interactions
  • Identify how trauma impacts the brain (health and behavior)
  • Understanding various types of trauma and their short and long-term impacts
  • Learn about Adverse Childhood Experiences (A.C.E.S.) and Resilience factors
  • Reflect on trauma-informed interventions and helpful strategies for effective interactions

Event-specific Details

CE Certificates will be sent by email after attendance has been confirmed.

Please contact Jill Ramsey if you have questions about this training: jill@alaskachd.org

Registration Information

Closed captioning provided and ADA Accessible Training Materials Provided.

Training Materials and Web Conference Link. Your completed registration will give you access to the CHD/AKTC e-Learning Portal, https://ttclms.remote-learner.net where you will find the training materials, the Zoom web-conference link and a training evaluation. Log in with the same username (username or email address) and password used to register for the training. Please allow 15 minutes for the system to update before accessing the e-Learning Portal.

Please contact AKTC Support, 907-264-6244, if you need assistance.

Web-Conference Information. This training will be delivered as a live, interactive web-conference using Zoom. You must prepare for the webinar prior to the day of the training. Web-conference connection information is available in the CHD/AKTC e-Learning Portal after your registration is processed. To confirm your attendance and receive credit for taking the training you must be prepared to identify yourself and participate as requested during the training. You must be logged on and prepared with a camera and microphone (or a headset) prior to the start of training. You may connect by phone if necessary, but you must be able to participate verbally when requested. See further instructions in the AKTC e-Learning Portal.

Please plan to log into the Zoom web-conference 15-20 minutes before the training start time.

Using Zoom. Zoom can be used on a PC or Mac, laptop, IPad, tablet or smart phone and requires an Internet connection, a microphone and preferably a camera (most devices have a built-in mic and camera).
For more information about Zoom or to download the software, go to https://zoom.us.

Recommended for first-time Zoom users. To test your computer for using Zoom, go to https://zoom.us/test and click on Join. Read the information on this page as needed for first time users of Zoom.

To view a video on how to join a meeting go to: https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/201362193-How-Do-I-Join-A-Meeting.

The AKTC Support Team would be happy to assist you with testing your Zoom connection. Please contact Support@aktclms.org or 907.264.6244.

Registrations are closed

This training event is full. Please email the training coordinator Jill D Ramsey