Debrief Certification Training
Those who attend and complete this course will be certified through TCK Training in TCK Debriefing.
The training will include 3 assessments throughout the 15 hours of training. There will be an assessment after the first 6 hours of content, after the second 6 hours, and then a final case study assessment at the end.
*In order to achieve the TCK Training Debrief Certificate and maintain access to our debriefing content, you must complete the Assessment 4 in a live capacity, be that during the week or on an asynchronous date within 6 months of your training.
What the Training Entails:
- Debriefing ages 4-12
- Debriefing ages 13-18
- Whole family debrief sessions
- The Grief Tower Methodology
- Virtual Debriefing
- All debriefing digital materials including the Teen Debriefing Workbook
- Certificate in TCK Debriefing and "Certified” logo for your use
Inquire at [email protected] to receive a discount for organizational teams of 2+.
August 26-30, 2024
M-F (3 hours/day)
15 hours total
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If working at your own pace on your own schedule works better for you, you can take the Debrief Certification Training Asynchronously in an easily organized and convenient way.
What Does it Mean to be Certified?
A certificate in TCK Training TCK Debriefing means that the participant…
- Has been through 15 hours of training
- Through assessments and case studies have demonstrated that they understand the TCK Training debriefing methodology
- Has received access to TCK Training debriefing materials to use for debriefing TCKs within or outside of their organization
- The TCK Training Debrief material is only to be used by people who have received the Debrief Certification training through TCK Training. No one has been authorized to train others to use our materials.
What does it NOT mean to be certified?
A certificate in TCK Training TCK Debriefing does NOT mean…
- That TCK Training has fully vetted, screened, background checked, etc. the participant. This remains the responsibility of the organization, family, or company the participant is debriefing with or for.
- That they work for TCK Training. TCK Training certified DOES NOT mean that the participant works in any form with or under TCK Training.
- That TCK Training guarantees their abilities, qualities, or conduct as a debriefer.