Sign In

Forgot your password?

Haven't registered yet?


2/26/2017 » 3/1/2017
9-1-1 Goes to Washington

3/6/2017 » 3/10/2017
GA GECC Conference

#WebinarFriday - Achieving Peak PSAP Performance Through Improved Talent Management

3/13/2017 » 3/17/2017
CMCP - Greenfield, IN

Training the 9-1-1 Trainer
Category: Getting the Word Out
Instructor(s): Christy Williams, ENP, Nancy Banks, ENP, Toni Dunne, ENP

Are you looking for information on how to reach adult learners? Are you in need of fresh strategies to keep your classes interesting? Are a few students with negative attitudes dragging everyone down? Are you tired of watching eyes glaze over as training wears on? If you have answered yes to any of these questions, you are not alone. Many who came before you have successfully overcome these issues. How did they do it?

Come to this class and learn techniques proven successful in PSAPs around the country to revitalize your 9-1-1 training program. Don’t you think that an instructor should leave every class feeling energized, and every student should go home with smile on their face? This highly interactive class will provide you with the tools to make this dream a reality and help you be the best trainer that you can be!

NENA Courses - Getting the Word Out

More InfoHide Info ]
The Getting the Word Out course suite addresses the best ways to deliver educational and training-related messages to varied and diverse audiences and will give you the tools you need to empower others to act as informed and persuasive voices for 9-1-1 and public safety issues.
Item Name Posted By Date Posted
Government Education Link  more ] Administration 12/3/2011
"In the Trenches" Approach to Public Education Link  more ] Administration 12/3/2011
Training the 9-1-1 Trainer Link  more ] Administration 12/3/2011
(c) 2013-14 NENA - National Emergency Number Association, Alexandria, VA
Please report errors, omissions, or concerns to NENA's Webmaster
Forgot your User Name or Password? - Automated Password Reset

NENA Intellectual Property Rights Policy