Since 2008, TEND has trained hundreds of helping professionals to design and deliver their own compassion fatigue and secondary trauma workshops within an agency and as part of their own independent business.
This online training is led by Françoise Mathieu, an expert in the field of compassion fatigue education and author of The Compassion Fatigue Workbook and The Compassion Fatigue Educator Manual.
Participants will gain the skills and tools needed to deliver quality workshops on compassion fatigue and secondary trauma to high-stress and trauma-exposed workplaces.
Registration for this course is limited to 15 participants.
Please note that in order to register for this online program, prior attendance to the Compassion Fatigue 101 workshop is required. For those who have not attended a live workshop, Compassion Fatigue 101 is available as an online course. Click here for more information.
Wednesday, January 13th – Thursday, January 14th, 2021: The core program led by Françoise Mathieu will take place over two days and will be conducted virtually using the online platform Zoom. Please note that this session will not be recorded and must be attended live.
Friday, February 5th, 2020, 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM Eastern Time : Group follow-up call with Françoise Mathieu
Access to the Staying Grounded in Stressful Work online course led by Diana Tikasz
Access to the Making Conflict Work: Conflict Resolution Skills for Helping Professionals webinar led by Meaghan Welfare
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13th, 2021 – 9:00AM – 4:30PM Eastern Time
- 9:00 AM – Introduction and Assessment of Your Areas of Strength & Concern
- 10:30 AM – Break
- 11:00 AM – The 12 Educational & Experiential Goals of Compassion Fatigue 101
- 12:00 PM – Break
- 1:00 PM – New research on Managing/Addressing Compassion Fatigue, Secondary Trauma & Related Concepts
- 2:30 PM – Break
- 3:00 PM – Delivery Modalities for Specific Audiences & Adapting to Online Education during COVID-19
THURSDAY, JANUARY 14th, 2021 – 9:00AM – 4:30PM Eastern Time
- 9:00 AM – Understanding the Neurophysiology of the Pandemic & Its Impact on Helping Professionals
- 10:30 AM – Break
- 11:00 AM – Integrating Self-Care & Mindfulness Activities in your Workshops
- 12:00 PM – Break
- 1:00 PM – Organizational Health Essentials
- 2:30 PM – Break
- 3:00 PM – Performing a Needs Assessment & Planning Your Next Steps as a Compassion Fatigue Educator
This course includes everything you need to customize and deliver your own compassion fatigue and secondary trauma workshops. Participants will receive:
- The Compassion Fatigue Workbook
- The Compassion Fatigue Educator Manual
- PowerPoint presentation templates
- Articles and recommended readings for educators
- Handouts and other resources for your workshop
- Access to the Staying Grounded in Stressful Work online course led by Diana Tikasz
- Access to the Making Conflict Work: Conflict Resolution Skills for Helping Professionals led by Meaghan Welfare
Participants will receive a certificate indicating that have completed the Compassion Fatigue Educator Program.
Fee = $2,550.00 CAD + Tax
In the event that the course is full and there is a waiting list, a partial payment of $500.00 CAD will be required in order to continue holding your place in the course.
We reserve the right to cancel this course should the number of registrations be insufficient. We are not responsible for any costs that may be incurred by the cancellation of this course.
Substitution Policy: A colleague may attend in your place. Simply email us with the name of the person who will be attending in your place.
- 30 days or more before the event – we will issue you a full refund
- Less than 30 days before the event – we will issue you a refund, minus a $100.00 CAD administration fee
- If you have already received the materials for this course prior to cancelling, you will be responsible for this cost ($250.00 CAD + Tax)
- No refunds will be issued once this course begins
Terms & Conditions apply – please read them carefully here.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Who should take this program?
This online program is designed for individuals who have successfully completed Compassion Fatigue 101 and who wish to acquire the tools to bring this training back to their agency or to their community.
How can I obtain the prerequisite training?
In order to register for this online program, prior attendance to an entry-level compassion fatigue and secondary trauma workshop is required. If you have previously taken a live training with TEND, you may quality to have the prerequisite for the Compassion Fatigue Educator Program waived.. Please contact us at email@example.com.
Compassion Fatigue 101 is offered as an online course which you can take at any time. Click here for more information.
What technology do I need to participate?
You will require a reliable internet connection, a microphone and webcam. Participants will also need to be comfortable using the online program Dropbox to access materials for this program.
I’m unable to attend all of the sessions. Can I still take the course?
Participants must be able to attend the main session on January 13th – 14th, 2021. The follow-up call on February 5th will be recorded.
The program is full! What can I do?
Please note that registration for this course is limited to 15 participants. If you intend to participate in this course, please register ASAP as we cannot guarantee any individual spots in this course.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call at (613)-547-3247.