The First Responder Disability Awareness Training project at Niagara University is pleased to announce the inaugural Train the Trainer program for 9-1-1 Telecommunicators personnel in the State of Missouri, to be held at the Missouri State Highway Patrol Academy.
Niagara University’s First Responder Disability Awareness Training (NU FR-DAT) helps to both sensitize and educate on how to effectively identify, address, and respond to various disabilities that 911 professionals may encounter in the line of duty. The National Emergency Numbers Association (NENA) recognizes this program as the only comprehensive disability awareness training program for emergency telecommunicators.
This program is developed strictly for 9-1-1 personnel with the intent to TRAIN other telecommunicators. This is NOT a training session for those who do not intend to train their peers. Once trained, trainers will conduct the training and coordinate with Niagara University for ongoing reporting and certification for attendees.
Training materials and attendance are FREE. Out of state Attendees are subject to a $350.00 registration fee. All attendees must register by 12/04/2017 and be approved. We hope you consider participating in this important training.
Meals can be purchased at the Academy for $6.00 each. Other restaurants and fast food establishments are located within a few miles of the academy also.
Local Lodging Options:
Capitol Plaza – 415 W. McCarty St. Jefferson City, MO 65101 (573) 635-1234
Double Tree – 422 Monroe St. Jefferson City, MO 65101 (573) 636-5101
Baymont Inn – 319 W. Miller St. Jefferson City, MO 65101 (573) 636-5231
Please mention you are training at the Missouri State Highway Patrol Academy to receive a discounted rate.
For more information, please contact:
Cary Newman, Program Manager email@example.com
Missouri Host – Partnership
Roger Martin, Chief Training Operator
This two-day training is funded by a grant through the Missouri Developmental Disabilities Council.