Community Resiliency Model -Train the Trainer Certification Course
The goals of the Certification Course are as follows:
- The participants will be able to describe the six skills of the Community Resiliency Model.
- The participants will be able to demonstrate three teaching methods for teaching the three core skills (Tracking, Resourcing and Grounding).
- The participants will be able to write at least two individualized CRM lesson plans for client.
- The participants will be able to demonstrate methods for teaching CRM skills (Gesturing, Help now, Shift and stay).
- The participants will be able to list two or more ways to teach the CRM skills in group formats.
- The participants will be able to discuss the three ethical considerations in teaching CRM skills.
- The participants will be able to describe two research outcomes about the Community Resiliency Model.
- The participants will be able to discuss three ways to bring cultural competency into a CRM skills training.
CRM Train the Trainer programs have been conducted worldwide in varied locations, including the Philippines, Japan, Trinidad, St. Vincent, Haiti, Turkey, the United States, Kenya, Darfur, Rwanda, Uganda, Somalia and Guatemala. CRM training has been offered at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center’s Annual Conference and the Department of Defense named the wellness skills (CRM) of TRM a promising practice.
The CRM Train the Skills Trainer Certification Course builds capacity within organizations and communities in the aftermath of human-made and natural disasters. This course is offered in different formats depending on the needs of the organization and the community. The program is also being brought into more communities as a form of “prevention.”
Training programs can be geared toward organizations working with children and adults. Specific strategies are interwoven into the trainings taking into consideration the developmental age and culture of those being served by the trainers. The training consists of five days of training that can be delivered in a block or over the course of weeks, depending on the location of the geographic location of the training.
For more information about the training program, contact the TRI office at 909-626-4070.