Welcome to the National Emergency Responder and Public Safety Center™ catalog of courses.
Agencies & Responders
Moral Distress and Moral Injury
Moral injury is often experienced when a responder feels deep guilt or shame associated with a tragedy, especially if they feel responsible. This course addresses this difficult topic and provides strategies to combat it.
The Stress of Injuries and an Overview of FMLA and PFFD
The strain that physical, psychological, and stress injuries can cause for responders is often overlooked but can be life-altering. This course addresses these concerns and provides an overview of FMLA and Psychological Fitness for Duty evaluations.
Suicide is a systemic problem in public safety work, and peer supporters are often the first line of defense for those at risk. This course provides strategies to help peer supporters successfully intervene and prevent these tragedies.
This course helps equip parents to have age-appropriate conversations with children about what responder parents do. It also addresses important conversations like safety, media scrutiny, and unique challenges faced by responder families.
How to Handle Being a Single Parent…When You’re Married
Responder families know sacrifice, and often that means functioning without their responder. This course helps encourage families to tackle the challenges of parenting caused by an absent responder and provides tips and strategies for resilience.
Responders Serving Responders: A Hospital’s Response to a Line-of-Duty Event
This course is intended to help hospitals prepare for and manage sensitive situations, such as a line of duty death of a fellow responder or a mental health emergency being experienced by a police officer, firefighter, or other responder group.
This simple clinical tool teaches responders one of the most foundational skills they can use to determine if they need to implement life changes, apply coping strategies, or reach out for clinical help.
Under Investigation: Supporting your Responder through an IA
Internal investigations are stressful and have the potential to disrupt the entire family. This course helps educate and prepare family members for the IA process, while providing tools and strategies to support your loved one through it.
This course aims to assist responders in starting the “what-if” conversation with families surrounding critical incidents. Preparing your family means empowering them, instilling confidence, and easing anxiety. You are prepared; they should be too.