With natural disasters such as tornadoes, fires, hurricanes, and other unforeseen events, the church has transformed into more than just a place of worship. It has become a place for pastoral care during times of crisis and offers emotional and spiritual support to those in need. Providing care during a tragedy is challenging, especially when someone has lost everything or when parents are grieving the loss of a child. Today, emergency services are relying on chaplains for pastoral and emotional care during times of need.
The CTC Network USA is an authorized Chaplains International Training Institute. The Chaplain Certification Program consists of 20 hours of training at your location. The cost is $300.00 per participant.
Session 01: Introduction to Industrial Chaplaincy
Session 02: Chaplains and Volunteers in Prison
Session 03: Duties of the Emergency Service Chaplain
Session 04: Emergency Protocols
Session 05: Pastoral Confidentiality and Ethics
Session 06: Dealing with Suicidal People
Session 07: Death Notifications
Session 08: Biblical Counseling 101
Session 09: The Building Blocks of Counseling
Session 10: Gathering Information - Part 1
Session 11: Gathering Information - Part 2
Session 12: Personal Assessment Forms
Session 14: Critical Situational Stress
Session 15: Traumatic Stress Reactions and Children
Session 16: Grief and Bereavement
Session 17: Preparing for Approaching Death
Session 18: Healing Conversations
Session 19: Contraband and Search Procedures
Session 20: Anatomy of a Setup
Our focus is working with Pastors and their Leadership Teams nationally to establish or strengthen their community chaplaincy ministry. We offer two programs.
The Community Chaplaincy Training
Seven Hours - One-Day Event
Assisting the Pastor in Fulfilling 2 Timothy 4:5
The SALT Principle - Matthew 5:13
The 5R Circle Process
Working tools for successfully building or rebuilding vision.
The objectives are as follows:
Here is the developmental process used in writing or rewriting your vision. We call this process The 5R Circle Process:
Currently, most agencies arrive in the Caribbean for short-term missions and crisis relief. While these trips have benefits, they fail to address the ongoing need to equip believers to respond to a crisis–large or small.
F.C.I. has accepted the charge to provide training to Christians in The Bahamas, Aruba, Islands, Jamaica, Turks and Caicos, Haiti, Dominican Republic, and additional Caribbean nations. As the Caribbean Regional Commander, I invite you to consider attending one of our trainings.
Frontline Chaplains International promotes the ministry of Chaplaincy across the nations to equip local believers, military personnel, and first responders to serve those on the frontlines of the crisis. F.C.I. Basic Chaplaincy Training is a 16-hour course awarding a certificate of completion. This training includes these topics and more:
Basic Chaplaincy Training - Two Days - 16 Hours
Stress Management PTSI (Post Traumatic Stress Injury)
Grief and Loss
Depression / Suicidology
Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM)
After training, you will have the opportunity to pursue chaplaincy commissioning with Frontline Chaplains International.
Operational Stress First Aid (One Day Workshop)
Operational Stress First Aid (OSFA) is a unique program to teach psychological first aid to first responders and others who are susceptible to stress injury. The program originally developed by the Department of Defense for the Marines is used to prevent, identify and treat stress problems caused by operations, critical events, and personal or family crises. The goal of OSFA is to build resiliency and awareness and to keep personnel fully functional. The program also includes tools to assist leaders and personnel to take appropriate actions to restore personnel to full function and readiness when necessary. The principles of this class are foundational to all psychological first aid and resources that reference legitimate and credible crisis intervention organizations.
What You Will Learn
7 Contact Hours from Crown College
Communication During Crisis (One-Day Workshop)
Intentional Listening and Compassionate Responding
Even in the best of circumstances, communication is difficult. Understanding what people mean and responding so people understand is a constant challenge in “good communication.” Effective communication during critical moments requires skills in mitigating stress, building rapport, and compassionate responses. Listening to facts is much easier than listening to the emotions of a person during a crisis.
Responding to a cognitive question is much easier than responding to “Why?” During critical moments, impacted people need listeners who know how to apply the principles of psychological first aid and still respond compassionately.
Care providers must know how to respond to impacted folks who are afraid, who are grieving, and even those who are difficult – challenging to listen to in the crisis moment. Care providers may encounter people who feel desperate or hopeless. Compassionate communication includes knowing what to say if someone is suicidal.
This training course will help you know what you must intentionally do to become a better, effective communicator during a critical situation when a person has been impacted by the event and is aroused – in distress. In crisis intervention, active listening is essential. However, the appropriate response is also necessary for the communication process. It requires both listening and responding in such a way that the impacted speaker feels compassionately heard and understood. In other words, the responder must learn to “listen with your heart.”
What you will learn
• How communication is impacted by crisis reactions
• What communication needs exist during the crisis
• How people communicate when distressed
• Principles of active listening
• Ethics of Listening
• Principles of compassionate responses
• How to communicate with fearful people
• How to communicate with people who are grieving
• How to communicate with difficult people
• What to say if someone is suicidal
Continuing Education Credit:
7 Contact Hours from Crown College
Human Rights, rights that belong to an individual or group of individuals simply for being human, or as a consequence of inherent human vulnerability, or because they are requisite to the possibility of a just society. Whatever their theoretical justification, human rights refer to a wide continuum of values or capabilities thought to enhance human agency or protect human interests and declared to be universal in character, in some sense equally claimed for all human beings, present and future.
Human Rights Seminar is a 6-hour training on the basics and importance of Human Rights. Participants receive a Certificate of Completion from The CTC Network USA.
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