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10/23/2016 » 10/27/2016
2016 Florida NENA Fall Conference

10/24/2016 » 10/26/2016
Nebraska NENA Chapter Conference

#WebinarWednesday - Securing Your PSAP Against Cyber Threats

New Educational Offerings for 2016
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Contact Ty Wooten if you would like to bring any of the below courses to your area!

9-1-1 Center Supervisor Program (3-day Course).

This course gives new supervisors the skills they need to succeed in their positions. Experienced supervisors leave with updated, refreshed skills that further their careers. Using a combination of lecture and practical exercises, students learn the supervisor’s role in HR, tools to get organized, how to effectively make the transition from line-level to supervisor, how to build and lead a team, supervisor-specific communications, conflict resolution, performance evaluations, stress management techniques, and many other skills and tips for their toolbox.

Please note, all registrants should bring a laptop computer with a USB drive and WiFi enabled in order to fully participate in daily assignments and activities.

Center Training Officer Program (3-day Course)

In the PSAP, people are your most important resource. The NENA Center Training Officer (CTO) Program provides you with the proper framework to train your new employees, which leads to better performance and higher retention rates. The course covers proper documentation of performance, evaluation of performance, setting milestones, and developing a plan for trainee success. CTO software with the exclusive NENA Daily Observation Report template is provided by Agency360 Public Safety Software (

Please note, all registrants should bring a laptop computer with a USB drive and WiFi enabled in order to fully participate in daily assignments and activities.

Disability Awareness Training for 9-1-1 Telecommunicators (developed by Niagara University).

This unique training provides attendees with an understanding of the challenges faced by those with disabilities when using 9-1-1, techniques to process these calls,and insight into potential impacts on dispatch and response.

You Could Have a Future Here.

From the basics of supervision to education and training opportunities, planning, and time management, attendees learn the path and process to enrich their professional life far beyond what one may have assumed was possible and truly find lasting success under the headset.

Recruit, Hire, Retain, & Promote for Success.

This course provides a roadmap to writing job descriptions, expanding your candidate pool, putting processes in place to make the right hiring decisions,overcoming the challenges that lead to employee turnover, and developing your highest achievers into leaders.

Cybersecurity in the PSAP.

Attend to understand what cybersecurity means in the world of 9-1-1; discuss the most severe cyber-risks to public safety; and learn how to develop the policies and procedures necessary to prevent and mitigate the damage caused by software viruses and network intrusion attacks.

Addressing for NG9-1-1.

Location is one of the most important aspects of emergency response. Ensuring a cohesive approach to addressing by including 9-1-1, GIS, Planning & Zoning and other agencies is key. Attendees learn how to address your jurisdiction using industry standards and best practices on a campus, rural, or urban environment.

Tactical Dispatch for the Telecommunicator.

The role of the dispatcher has evolved far beyond the PSAP walls. This new course highlights the history, roles, tools, and terminology of the tactical dispatcher and explains why your agency should implement such a program.

PSAP Design.

This course defines the process of designing a new PSAP and identifies the steps involved: From determining the need through design, bidding, construction, and move in.

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