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Stronger: Creating a Culture of Resiliency & Leadership

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Date: Tuesday, December 17, 2019
Ends On: Wednesday, December 18, 2019
Time: 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Instructor Location:
Jacksonville Regional Training
940 Hoagland Road
Jacksonville, IL 62650
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Instructor: Silouan Green
Member's Fee: $0
Non-Member & Civilian Fee: $160
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Meets the following mandated training requirements: Introductory Mental Health Awareness and Procedural Justice

Instruction by: Silouan Green https://www.silouan.com/ graduated from Vanderbilt University in 1991 and then accepted a commission in the United States Marine Corps. While serving in the Marines, Silouan was involved in a jet training accident. In the ejection, Silouan
s back was broken and his co-pilot tragically killed. This horrible event and the complications that followed led to the development of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). He was disability discharged and had to learn to put his life back together. It began with a two-year motorcycle journey where he learned to live.

Silouan instructs on Responding to PTSD and Officers in Crisis, Overcoming Adversity, and Foundational Leadership. He teaches people to become leaders in all aspects of their lives and to use the trials and transitions we all face as fuel to live free and lead with purpose. He has taught around the country at places such as Walter Reed Medical Center in Washington D.C., Fort Campbell in Kentucky, and Camp Lejeune in North Carolina. He has trained thousands of police officers and first responders from hundreds of law enforcement agencies, as well as mental health professionals, private corporations, non-profit organizations and major universities. Silouan is a dynamic speaker. His presentations are focused on delivering solid information and practical tools for living and leading. He provides a broad perspective that officers find refreshing, educational, and inspirational.

Course Content
This two-day course will be a comprehensive survey of peer support, the development of PTSD and suicidal ideations, leadership, and responding to citizens and co-workers impacted by life trauma. The objective is to provide tools attendees can implement to create a strong culture of response, resiliency, and leadership.

Upon completion participants will be able to:
  • Develop a core competency of leadership skills.
  • Learn tools for clearer communication and instructions with those impacted by trauma.
  • Understand the development of trauma including PTSD and suicidal ideations.
  • Create ad chart leadership vision and course of accountability.
  • Utilize proven leadership skills to impact resiliency and suicide prevention.
  • Tools for practical peer-support skills and responses.
  • Lead with real humility that inspires other to be continually improving.
  • Be the spark of initiative and creative problem solving for those you lead.
Non-Member Tuition: $160.00 Note: This class is being co-hosted by both MTU 9 and MTU 10, so non-members will be anyone outside of either of the two MTUs listed.
To Register: Email registration to register@letac.org. You may also fill out and submit our online registration form through the website at www.letac.org or call 217-726-7014 to register by phone (be sure to include all pertinent information). MTU #10 local member department officers will be given registration preference until seven days prior to the date of class. After that date, registrations will be taken on a first-come, first-served basis, regardless of MTU status. We cannot accept registrations from individual officers. All registrations must go through your Chief, Sheriff, or department training office, even if you are attending class on your own time.

Cancellation: If a class must be canceled for any reason, every effort will be made to do so at least 2 weeks before the class is scheduled to begin. However, there are circumstances where last minute cancellation is out of our control. All officers who have been registered for training will be contacted at the email address given at registration, so please be sure to provide an email address which is checked often