Women in 9-1-1 Webinar Series: Helping 9-1-1 Employees Succeed
Thursday, March 11 | 1PM Eastern (live) or On-Demand
FREE! Click here to register!
Beginning a career in 9-1-1 can be exciting. With so much to learn in a short amount of time, it can also be a challenge. From rotating shifts, varying schedules, classroom training, policies and procedures, exams, intense on-the-job training, the CAD, and the callers, we can all agree PSAPs are a world of their own.
It's important for everyone who has a stake in the success of new employees to be equipped with tools to aid them in their acclimation to their new public-safety career.
Bonus! Training-resource handout: "Eight Tips for Surviving your First Year in 9-1-1" will be shared with attendees.
Who should attend this webinar?
- Telecommunicators who are new to 9-1-1 and want specific tips to adjust to PSAP culture and the job requirements;
- Trainers (CTOs) who are directly involved in teaching new hires; and
- PSAP supervisors and managers that are concerned with new employee development and making sure their trainees and trainers have the tools to thrive!
Can't attend on the 11th? Register now and you will receive an email after the live presentation with instructions for accessing the on-demand webinar archive.
Presenter: Deranecque Rogers - Memphis (TN) Police Department Emergency Communications Bureau
CEUs: Attend this webinar and receive one-half ENP re-certification point towards the ten-point maximum for NENA courses in the Professional Development CEU/Course Credits section.
Webinar Access Info: Dial-in and web-access details provided automatically via email upon registration.