DV 101 Emotional Resiliency for Disaster Volunteers

Introduction Level Courses 101

Emotional Resiliency for Disaster Volunteers

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About This Course

This is an introductory level course for disaster volunteers to understand the basic concepts of emotional resiliency in disaster response. At the end of this training, disaster workers will understand the emotional risk, signs and symptoms of emotional fatigue. The training will further provide appropriate coping skills to manage and stress.

  • Understand the emotional risks of disaster volunteerism
  • Recognize the signs and symptoms of disaster work related stress
  • Understand the impact of stress on your family
  • Increase your ability to respond safely and effectively in disaster response
  • Learn techniques to address emotional stress
  • Disasters and Resiliency
  • Stress Influencers
  • Defining Resiliency
  • Understanding Stress
  • Self-Awareness
  • Reactions to Stress
  • Impact on Family and Children
  • Helpful Measures

Course hour: 1 hours
Intended audience: Disaster workers, volunteers
Language : English
Delivery method: Classroom and Online