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Certificates of Attendance

All ICISF training participants will be awarded general Continuing Education Units (CEUs) from UMBC on their Certificate of Attendance. At the end of the Regional Training you will receive a course evaluation via email. After completing the course evaluation you will be emailed a link to print your certificate.  All participants are required to check in at the ICISF Registration Desk before the start of your course each day in order to verify attendance.

UMBC CEUs are awarded at a ratio of one Continuing Education Unit for every 10 Contact Hours (refer to course descriptions for Contact Hours & UMBC CEUs). ICISF Certificates of Attendance are not proof of profession specific CE/Contact Hours. Many national, state and local licensing boards and professional organizations will grant Continuing Education credit for attendance at our courses (save this information and your Certificate of Attendance). It is the responsibility of the participant to determine if his or her licensing board will accept these CEUs. Scroll down for additional profession specific CE information

Discounts & Scholarships Available

ICISF offers discounts on registration fees to Active Military, Veterans, Students, and Groups of five or more. For additional information, please contact Beth Kohr, Regional Training Coordinator.
The Academy of Crisis Intervention Program awards partial/full scholarships to assist individuals who are unable to attend ICISF training due to financial constraints.  This scholarship program was designed for people who have never had any ICISF training or are trying to take the core courses, but have financial constraints. For details and FAQs, click here. 

Official Transportation

Enterprise Rent-A-Car: Special rental rates for all ICISF participants who use ICISF’s assigned Corporate Number 18B2341 and initials ICI while making reservations. Reservations may be made by calling (800) 261-7331 and mention above corporate number and initials or on-line at www.enterprise.com. This code may be utilized anytime for business or personal use.

 

Official Language

All presentations are in English.

 

Continuing Education and Certifications

Continuing Education (CEUs): 

For additional information or questions, please contact Michelle Parks, Continuing Education Coordinator.

Professional Development Hours (PDHs) are available for Employee Assistance Professionals for courses offered at this training. The number of approved PDHs depends on the course selected, and is equal to the number of contact (instructional) hours for that course. If applying for PDHs for EAPs, please request during registration and CE information will be emailed to you approximately one week after the Regional Training. Completion of the course evaluation is required in order to receive your CEUs.

All courses offered at this training meet the qualifications for 7, 13 or 14 hours (depending on the course attended) of contact hours for National Certified Addiction Counselors by NAADAC, The Association for Addiction Professionals, Provider Approval No. 497. If applying for NAADAC, please request during registration and CE information will be emailed to you approximately one week after the Regional Training. Completion of the course evaluation is required in order to receive your CEUs.


Certifications:

The University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC) Department of Emergency Health Services in partnership with the UMBC Training Centers is now offering a certification in Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM). This is the world’s first university-based certification in the field of CISM and psychological crisis intervention.

The goal of the certification is to foster improved knowledge about crisis intervention and disaster response from the CISM perspective. In doing so, it is hoped that research and practice shall be enhanced. The certification is exam-based, delivered online and using an open-book format. ICISF approved instructors may want to be among the first to earn the UMBC Certification.
Details are available at cism.umbctraining.com.

All courses offered by ICISF meet partial requirements for individuals seeking certification from the Association of Traumatic Stress Specialists (ATSS) as a Certified Trauma Specialist (CTS), Certified Trauma Responder (CTR), and/or Certified Trauma Services Specialist (CTSS) designation. ATSS offers board certification to qualified individuals who provide services, intervention, and treatment in the field of traumatic stress. Those seeking certification from ATSS must present evidence of attendance for specific course. For information regarding certification or ATSS membership, call (800) 991-ATSS (2877) or visit the ATSS web site at www.ATSS.info.


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