Friday, May 10, 2013

Become an ICISF Instructor!

Become an ICISF Instructor!




Interested in Teaching ICISF courses to others?  Apply to become an ICISF Approved Instructor!  

Approved Instructor Registration is Now Open For:
 
Group Crisis Intervention Approved Instructor Candidate Program
San Francisco, CA
June 6-8, 2013
Extended application deadline!

Building Skills for Crisis Intervention Teams Approved Instructor Candidate Program
San Francisco, CA
June 10-11, 2013
Extended application deadline!

Suicide Awareness for Non-Mental Health Professionals Approved Instructor Candidate Program
West Nyack, NY
July 16-17, 2013

Law Enforcement Perspectives for CISM Enhancement Approved Instructor Candidate Program
West Nyack, NY
July 18-19, 2013
  

Just SOME of the Benefits of Becoming an ICISF Instructor:
  • After successful completion of the instructor program you'll be able to teach the official ICISF course to others and provide official ICISF material to each participant.
  • Learn from the experts! Each instructor program will be taught by the ICISF Faculty Member who created the curriculum.
  • Earn discounted rates to future ICISF Regional Conferences and the World Congress on Stress, Trauma, & Coping.
  • Certificate of Specialized Training program fee is heavily reduced!
  • Free ICISF course advertising on our website!
  • Join a worldwide network of dedicated instructors!

To request an application or more information, please email AiSupport@icisf.org. Hurry before seats fill up!

Kate Looram
Approved Instructor Support Department
International Critical Incident Stress Foundation, Inc.
3290 Pine Orchard Lane, Suite 106
Ellicott City, MD USA
21042
Phone: 410.750.9600

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