Group intervention course for Elk Valley

The Elk Valley Critical Incident Response team will be holding a Group Intervention Course, February 18 and 19.

  • Jan. 11, 2012 11:00 a.m.

The Elk Valley Critical Incident Response team will be holding a Group Intervention Course, February 18 and 19.

The course will be held at Fernie Secondary School and costs $150 per person which includes workbook, certificate, lunch and snacks.

Registration is limited to 30 people and a $50 deposit must be placed by January 16.

Registration with deposit can be dropped off at the Women’s Resource Centre in Fernie. Or Elkford residents can call 250 865 2675.

This course will begin equipping you with information that will help residents who are dealing with people who are struggling with a traumatic situation. The Elk Valley Critical Incident Team also invites residents to consider becoming a member of the Critical Incident Response Team.

 

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