CIT-Crisis Intervention Team - 911/Dispatch Train-the-Trainer #8074
CIT-911/Dispatch Train-the-Trainer, is a 16-hour class, designed to train dispatchers and call takers who have already been trained in at least 8-hours of the CIT model, and who have a role in CIT training in their agency or region. The goal is to offer all the necessary materials and instruction to your CIT trainers on how to respond more effectively to persons in mental health crisis or with substance use issues, and to work more effectively with law enforcement, first responders, and other criminal justice personnel responding to persons in mental health crisis and/or with substance use issues. The CIT – 911/Dispatch curriculum you will learn is an 8-hour curriculum that addresses critical telecommunications specific topics including:
Mental health symptoms and disorders
Crisis de-escalation and interventions skills and communication techniques
Local service and resources linkages (e.g., mental health and crisis)
- Lodging is NOT provided for training.
- Completion of at least 8-hours of some type of crisis intervention team training or de-escalation techniques from any program.
Overtime / Backfill Reimbursement
Who can attend our classes?
- Open to all 911/Dispatchers in Washington State.
Dress Code and Identification:
- Uniform, agency logo clothing or business casual attire is appropriate for attending a WSCJTC class.
- Visible official ID is recommended (badges/agency IDs) while at training.
Deadline: If, for any reason, it becomes necessary to cancel the application, you must notify the registrar via email
seven (7) days prior to class.
How to Apply:
Law Enforcement: Online Registration-LMS (Only agency authorized personnel can access this tool. Contact your Training Manager on your local procedures).
Questions: Contact LMS Help Desk |
Course, Program or Policy Questions
Rev Jan 2017
||Start & End Date
||October 30 -31, 2017
19010 1st Ave S, Burien
|Open / None