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Managing Crisis in AT: Using Practice Scenarios to Understand Emergency Response

  • Course level: All Levels

Description

In this training, we review basic concepts around preparedness for emergency response, accessing resources in an emergency, and components of an emergency response plan. We will analyze some case examples to illustrate emergency response in both physical and clinical emergencies. Finally, we will apply what we’ve learned by working through scenarios to practice putting ERP’s into action!

Course Outline

  • Principles of Emergency Response
    • Preparedness
    • Resources
    • Developing an Emergency Response Plan
  • Case Examples
    • Physical
    • Clinical
  • Application
    • Scenarios

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Great use of scenarios to make the content come alive!

$25.00

Enrolment validity: 365 days

Target Audience

  • This webinar is appropriate for anyone using adventure therapy in practice.

Learning Objectives

  • Awareness of actions that can prevent the need for emergency response.
  • Know key principles about and preparedness for emergency response.
  • Understand a variety of ways to respond in physical, medical and clinical emergencies.
  • Have the ability to develop an emergency response plan.

Requirements

  • 1.5 hours of CCAT credit are offered upon completion of the full course and evaluation. Evaluations are completed as a lesson at the end of each course. Completion of the evaluation is required to be issued a certificate. The certificate will be available for download upon marking each lesson complete, completion of the evaluation, then marking the course complete.

CCAT Hours

  • Organizational & Administrative Policies in AT: 1.5 hrs.

Course Format

  • This course is presented as a pre-recorded, asynchronous video

Accommodations

If accommodations are requested for this course, please submit requests to [email protected]