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Friday, December 21, 2012 from 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM (PST)
San Diego, CA
Stress: We all feel it at one time or another. Many of us deal with stress every single day. Jobs that require employees to hide their true feelings and emotions are considered to be some of the most stressful. This is especially true for the public safety dispatcher who sits at the hub of operations for the law enforcement and fire agencies they work for.
The information provided in this course includes:
Recognizing the signs and symptoms of dispatcher stress
Techniques for managing stress from both the workplace and personal lives
Developing healthy coping skills
Learning how stressors from work and personal lives affect each other
Learning ways to help one another with management of both acute and chronic dispatcher stress
Physical health management principles
The role of nutrition and exercise and their relationship to stress management
Available resources that can be utilized for stress management
POST Plan IV
POST Course Control #1107-30906-12001
Instructor: Rebecca Scally, La Mesa Police Department
What Other Have Said About This Course:
- "All 3 speakers were very knowledgable in what the presented and received alot of good information from all of them."
For additional information or questions, contact Melissa Hernandez at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by calling 619.342.7344
Prerequisite: Must be currently employed by a public safety agency
For information about the training venue, Marina Village, click here
Classes presented by the San Diego Association of Public Safety Dispatchers are certified by the California Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training and meet the continuing professional training requirements for California public safety dispatchers.
When & Where
San Diego Association of Public Safety Dispatchers
|The San Diego Association of Public Safety Dispatchers (APSD) develops and presents training courses for public safety dispatchers.|
|Classes presented by APSD are certified by the California Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training and meet the continuing professional training requirements for California public safety dispatchers.|
|APSD works in conjunction with existing law enforcement, fire/EMS associations and resources to bring the needs and concerns specific to communications to the forefront. APSD is an independent, non-profit association made up of fire and law enforcement communications center managers, supervisors, phone and radio dispatchers in San Diego County.|
| APSD is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization
Tax I.D. 04-3730953