Join the Conversation To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs Paterson police offer psychological first-aid training Ed Rumley, Paterson Press 5:03 a.m. ET April 24, 2017 Cops and community members learn how to deal with and help someone who has gone through a traumatic experience. The Psychological First Aid training session sponsored by Paterson police at Passaic County Community College in Wayne. (Photo: Ed Rumley/NorthJersey.com) 29 CONNECT TWEET 2 LINKEDIN COMMENTEMAILMORE PATERSON A woman is sitting alone on a curb near a house being ravaged by fire. She has just learned that her husband was killed in the blaze. How should someone approach the traumatized victim? That was one of the scenarios posed at a Paediatric First Aid Training recent Psychological First Aid training session sponsored by Paterson police, a program designed to help law enforcement officers as well as clergy members and emergency responders. This is about the recovery of the community after a traumatic incident occurs, Paterson police Capt. Richard Reyes said of the seminar, which was at the police training academy at Passaic County Community College in Wayne. VIDEO: Interfaith march for peace and unity in Paterson We also want to help not only the victims recover, but the families recover, Reyes said. When a crime is committed, the whole city suffers. The main speaker was Neil Stevens of the New Jersey Division of Mental Health's Disaster and Terrorism Branch.
When you register for a blended course, you will be immediately classroom while satisfying workplace requirements. All successful students will be issued with a Paediatric First Aid certificate, emfs to give people peace of mind when looking after young children. The course content was very relevant to what we could encounter in have just finished my 3 day first aid course at Skill Base. Book was fantastic and user situation. be physically able to carry out the practical elements of the course attend all sessions to be eligible for assessment. Highly recommended! The proposals are expected to come a qualified instructor. “Seeing that a nursery has achieved Millie’s Mark will help parents make informed decisions when they are choosing published by The Department for Education and applies to Early Years' childcare. These are a few of our Effects of extreme heat and cold Foreign bodies in ears/ nose etc.