Trauma-Informed, Inclusive Risk Mgmt.
Dr. Christine Norton, Steve Smith, Taylor Feldman
- Starts Jul 13Starts Jul 13
- 300 US dollars$300
- Virtual Class using Zoom
As society and outdoor programs grapple with a practical need (and an ethical desire) to be more inclusive, traditional risk management practices may lag behind, or even work at cross-purposes with these goals of diversity and inclusion. This workshop is meant to help illuminate the many ways in which outdoor risk management systems and organizational culture can evolve to mirror our collective efforts to be more inclusive. We will address ways in which programs can accommodate many facets of diversity such as race, gender, age, physical ability, sexual orientation, and more. We will also highlight specific concepts and strategies (informed by clinical social work) in which outdoor programs can take a trauma-informed approach to risk management and program design. Week 1 - An Overview of Inclusive Risk Management (field, office, program design, training, etc.) Week 2 - Deep Dive into Trauma-Informed Risk Management Week 3 - (No meeting) - Participants do homework and apply concepts to their own organizations Week 4 - Participants share learning, self-assess, and identify next steps
1714 NW 100th St, Seattle, WA 98177, USA