Critical Response Team intervention course

The Elk Valley Critical Incident Response Team will be holding an Individual/ Peer Intervention Course

The Elk Valley Critical Incident Response Team will be holding an Individual/ Peer Intervention Course, Saturday and Sunday, April 28-29th, 2012. The instructor will be Steve Dingworth from Calgary. The course will be held at the Fernie High School and will run 9-4 each day. The cost is $150.00/person which includes workbook, certificate, lunch and snacks.

Registration is limited to 30 people and a $50.00 non-refundable deposit is required to be in by March 26, 2012.

Registration with deposit can be dropped off at the Women’s Resource Centre at 1592- 10th Ave, Fernie (phone # 250-423-4687) or dropped off at K. Bottolfson’s, 2021 Alder St., Elkford. (phone number #250-865-2675)

Cheques can be made out to Elk Valley Critical Incident Response Team (EVCIRT).

This course will assist you in dealing with people who are struggling with a traumatic situation. The Elk Valley Critical Incident Team also invites you to consider becoming a member of the Critical Incident Response Team.

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