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Resilience: Transforming Stress into Strength

As 9-1-1 professionals, you are caregivers to the world! You often give and give without concern for yourself. But without careful attention and regular check-ins, the challenges of the job can overwhelm even the most psychologically hardy. Research has shown that those who prioritize their resilience are happier on the job, feel more confident about their day, and experience greater life satisfaction. This class offers powerful tools and strategies for understanding and transforming stress.

Just a few things you will Iearn:

  • Physiology of Stress
  • Psychology and Neuroscience of Stress
  • Language Techniques
  • Breath and Stress
  • Meditation and Stress
  • Nutrition and Stress
  • Movement and Stress

About your Instructor

Dr. Joe Serio is founder of The 360° Dispatcher. He has trained thousands of 9-1-1 dispatchers across the United States and Canada on topics such as Positive Interaction with Difficult People, Leadership and Your Legacy, Effective Supervision, and Time Management.

He regularly visits comm centers around the country listening to calls, interviewing supervisors, and talking with call-takers and dispatchers.

Joe is founding publisher of the Get the Nerve series of books and was co-founder of The Healthy Dispatcher. He is the author of more than 10 books on personal development, leadership, and wellness, and co-author of Dispatcher Stress: 50 Lessons on Beating the Burnout.

Joe holds a Ph.D. in Criminal Justice with a focus on Leadership and Organizational Behavior from one of the leading programs in the country.

In his former life, Joe was the only American to work in the Organized Crime Control Department of the Soviet National Police and was director of the Moscow office of the world’s leading corporate investigation and business development firm. He is the author of the critically acclaimed book, Investigating the Russian Mafia, and is author of Vodka, Hookers, and the Russian Mafia: My Life in Moscow.

Date/Time:
June 28, 2022, 8:00am – 5:00pm

Cost: Free
Hours: 8

Topic:

Audience:

Instructor:
Dr. Joe Serio

Special Instructions:

Dress Code: To promote a professional training environment, CAPCOG requires proper professional attire. T-shirts, shorts, leggings, and flip-flops are prohibited.

Attendee must provide their PID # to receive TCOLE credit for courses taken through CAPCOG.

CAPCOG provides training for the Public Safety Answering Points (PSAPs) in our region at no cost to 9-1-1 telecommunicators and their departments.

When space is reserved for a 9-1-1 training class offered by CAPCOG, students or the supervisor who made the reservation must cancel such reservation at least two business days prior to start of the class. If not, payment for the class will be invoiced to the appropriate agency for the "no show".

Location:

Capital Area Council of Governments - Cedar Room
6800 Burleson Road
Building 310, CAPCOG Training Center
Austin, Texas 78744

For Questions:
Contact Pamela Frisk at pfrisk@capcog.org or 512-916-6097.

Continuing Education Credits:
8

Course ID: 33051

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Deadline:
June 24, 2022

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CAPCOG reserves the right to cancel a class that does not meet the minimum number of registered attendees at least seven business days before the class start date. In those circumstances, CAPCOG will provide a full refund. Students who wish to cancel their registration must cancel online or notify CAPCOG in writing (via email or fax) at least seven business days prior to the course date in order to receive a refund. There will be a $10 administrative fee for processing the refund.

"No shows" and student cancellations made less than seven business days prior to the start of class may be charged the full course fee. Partial attendance will not be permitted for any of the courses.

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