Group Crisis Intervention Course
CISM - International Critical Incident Stress Foundation Group Crisis Intervention Training
The Group Crisis Intervention Course is a 2-day program that is designed for those who have no previous CISM training. On completion
of this training, students will be able to participate as a junior member of an experienced CISM team in delivering group interventions.
The course will also cover skills to effectively intervene in a crisis for an individual. International Critical Stress Foundation certificates
will be issued to those successfully completing the program. The course also attracts 1.4 Continuing Education Units (CEU’s) issued by
the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.
Delivered by Trina Noseworthy, Instructor for SD Solutions, Trina has worked in Emergency Services Dispatch for over 23 years, serving
along side of Police, Fire and EMS responders. She began as a Peer on the Calgary Fire Department Team in 1999, and subsequently
organized and coordinated the Public Safety Communications CISM team for the Tri Services model of dispatch for the City of Calgary
from 2006 – 2014. She has led numerous group and individual crisis interventions in that role and has been called upon to support other
agencies, including response to the Pine Lake Tornado, the City of Calgary floods and organizing Crisis Management Briefings for other
Trina’s skills and experience are enhanced by additional continuing education in the field of CISM, which includes ICISF certification in
Families and CISM – developing a Comprehensive Program and Comprehensive Crisis Preparation and Response for the Workplace. She
has a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Psychology and Law from Carleton University and is also a Canadian Risk Manager (CRA).
Our March 19/20 class if full but due to great interest in this training we will be running again on June 11/12