In this capstone course, you will engage in a variety of experiential learning activities framed as case studies and scenarios in order to apply the skills and knowledge you have acquired throughout the First Responders Trauma Prevention and Recovery program. You will engage in role-play and critically assess and debrief the performance of other participants, allowing you to bring together the tools and techniques in personal trauma reduction that you have acquired through this program.
First Responders Final Project
- Mental Health Fundamentals CRIS110
- Crisis Intervention CRIS210
- Trauma and Suicide CRIS220
- Introduction to Addictions CRIS230
- Personal Resilience CRIS310
- Communication and Helping Skills CRIS320
- Peer Support and Code of Ethics CRIS330
- Relationship Building CRIS340
- Organizational Structure and Stigma Reduction CRIS350
Schedule clarification: Online courses begin on the first date listed and end six days after the last date listed. The interim dates/times are not your actual online class times.
What will I learn?
After completing this course, you should be able to do the following:
- Identify and describe key elements in what is defined as a traumatic event(s)
- Develop a toolkit to address the identified key elements
- Describe how the toolkit may be operationalized into a plan of action
- Discuss the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats of an action plan against the backcloth of mental health
How will I learn?
- Participation in online discussions
Hardware and software requirements
We deliver this course using SFU's online course management system, Canvas. You will receive course details and Canvas access instructions on the first day of the course. You can check if your browser is compatible with Canvas here.
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You will access course materials online using Canvas.