Requesting This Course:
- This course is being offered at the following upcoming Regional Training. Click on the city name for further information and registration: Atlanta, GA .
- For information on requesting this course for your organization through our Speakers Bureau program, please contact Millie Morehouse at [email protected].
- To check if this course is being offered by an Approved Instructor, search our Event Calendar.
One of the toughest situations to face is the line of duty death. The administrative and logistical aspects of a LODD are often overwhelming to those individuals and agencies that are ill prepared. This course will address many of those issues as well as give special attention to pre-incident planning and proper follow-up services. This interactive class has been designed to prepare Emergency Service providers, military personnel, school administrators, municipal officials as well as CISM teams who may need to address a Line of Duty Death.
- Emotional and psychological impact of LODD
- Critical injury in the line of duty
- Line of duty death or injury notifications
- Additional resources for agencies/professions
- Administrative and logistical action plans
- Debriefing steps of a line-of-duty death process
- Stages of grief
- Care for the organization and the surviving family
- CISM components after a line of duty death/injury
Continuing Education Information:
Two-Day Course: 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
General Contact Hours:
13 Contact Hours: 1.3 General CEUs from UMBC Training Centers
Profession Specific Contact Hours:
13 PDHs for EAPs, 13 CE Credits for National Certified Addiction Counselors
*PLEASE NOTE: These hours are only applicable towards courses offered at Regional Trainings, Online Courses, and World Congress.
Approved Instructor Courses:
It is up to the Approved Instructors or sponsoring agency to apply for profession specific Continuing Education Unit’s if they choose. Learn more on our CEU Information page.
** Please check with your state licensing board prior to registration to see if they will accept the certificate of completion as a means for continuing education.