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I’m planning on attending, thanks.
73, Don’t forget to smile and have fun!
YOU DON'T WANT TO MISS THIS ONE!
For the June Elmer session we are going to have two speakers from the American Red Cross to talk about Psychological First Aid.
I was reading an article on PTSD in the ARRL QST Magazine last month and it got me thinking about all of you and how well you are prepared to work in a tense situation. When I was working with the Red Cross this was required training for those of us that deployed to events local or national. I thought it was an excellent class.
Here is a description of the class from one of the instructors...
PSYCHOLOGICAL FIRST AID
is a one-hour to a one-and-one-half hour training focused on skills
that have been found to be most helpful when interacting with people in
distress. These skills are useful whether the distress is caused by a
large crisis that affects many people, or an event that might occur in a
household or on a work team. These skills are learnable and powerful
but, as is true in acquiring any new skill, require practice.
The class will be limited to 30 participants so I need to hear from each one of you that plan on attending. If we have less than the 30 count I am going to invite some Issaquah ARC members to fill the class. We also have a few firefighters attending that night. It will be held at the Duvall Fire Department class room following our normal business meeting on June 2nd. Business meeting will start at 6:15pm with this class beginning at 7:00pm. It will be on Zoom also but I believe if you can attend in person you might get more out of the class.
Send an email to me at rowland.brasch@... to confirm your participation soon so I can get an accurate count. If you do confirm and then something changes please let me know that also so if there is a waiting list I can invite another person.