Embassy Consulting has over 30 years of experience designing and delivering training courses for thousands of public safety personnel, including fire department training to agencies such as the Long Beach and Monterey Fire Departments.
Emergency response personnel are on the front lines of delivering fire and medical services and must be committed to keeping their career on track with on-going professional development training. Embassy specializes in designing curriculum and courses to meet the needs of the agency and can include courses on leadership, ethics and cultural competency.
Our heroic emergency responders are routinely exposed to traumatic incidents, the worst of the worst human devastation and daily pressures that require a strong and stoic toughness of attitude and temperament. Without this tenacity, they couldn’t do their jobs effectively.
Sometimes, however, the stress and trauma that accumulates begins to impact their attitude, emotional resiliency, work and relationships. Embassy has designed a valuable training course to create awareness and build emotional resiliency. It is no longer a badge of weakness to ask for help, but a sign of strength to talk about what they experience.
Today, firefighters, paramedics and EMTs are becoming mental health first responders and are often inadequately trained for this daunting task. Tragedies between public safety personnel and the mentally ill are occurring more frequently. One bad incident can cause devastation to families and public safety agencies.
Embassy Consulting Services has designed valuable training courses taught by a police officer and a clinical psychologist. Each class also has a guest speaker, a person who lives with a mental illness who shares with audiences, the challenges of living with a mental illness.
Our classes have been delivered to over ten-thousand first responders in the Western States and consistently receive high praises from both command staff and line level personnel.
If you are interested in having our valuable training courses brought to your agency, please use the contact us form or contact Jillian Ball at (562) 380-0837 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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