Training Dates: October 20, 22, 27, and 29, 2020, 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. Central
Note that this workshop occurs on nonconsecutive days.
This certified training prepares you to present the Tactical Communication for First Responders workshop to individuals in your organization and partnering organizations. The training includes in-depth work on the Tactical Communication seminar. Comprehensive research and training materials are provided.
This workshop offers first responders a set of tools that help control the scene, stay safe, and gain the cooperation and respect of people from all economic backgrounds.
Training Prerequisite: Tactical Communication workshop
First responders need to control the scene and keep everyone safe. To do that they need the respect and cooperation of the people they serve. Without it, the job can seem impossible sometimes.
Tactical Communication is a set of tools to gain the cooperation and respect of people from all economic backgrounds, especially those from poverty.
Information from Bridges Out of Poverty is tailored to help first responders understand the driving forces in poverty, middle class, and wealth. A better understanding of class allows police officers to be more effective on each call and receive fewer complaints.
- Gather better information from people of all economic backgrounds
- Increase ability to maintain control in any community
- Reduce miscommunication and increase efficiency on calls
Based on the book Tactical Communication, this workshop explains the hidden rules of class and increases participants’ awareness of the differences in each class.