Communication for First Responders

Christ Centered Ministries
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 This book is for first responders who want to improve their communication at work, at home, and in public. Note: The contents of this book are mostly included in the book for supervisors, Leadership Training for First Responders. Therefore, this book is intended for non-supervisor First Responders. 

This series is for anyone who is or wants to be a first responder, which includes at least the following: law enforcement, firefighters, paramedics, EMTs, Emergency Room personnel, air rescue, and air transport.

Communication is a key to all occupations within the overall First Responder umbrella. Public relations is always a priority in all agencies. Good communication with each other and especially the public will certainly enhance public relations.

It is crucial for First Responders to learn how to communicate as quickly and efficiently as possibly in all situations.

Another key to being a good First Responder is: Don’t bring your home troubles to work!

Learning how to communicate at home and elsewhere off the job will help you tremendously on the job as well.

Therefore, please apply the principles you will learn in this book to the rest of your life as well!

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About the author

 Trennis E. Killian has been an Army Medic, high school English teacher, pastor, hospital chaplain, crisis counselor, police chaplain, and pastoral counselor.

All of these occupations have helped him to understand how men and women build and keep relationships. He also knows how they repair or destroy those relationships. He has also observed how people interact in all kinds of situations.

They also give him firsthand knowledge of how people live and act within each of those types of situations.

He writes in all of the following areas: Bible study, Self-Help, Crisis Preparation, and Christian oriented novels.

To be able to write so many different kinds of books, he has spent years of intensive study of Greek, an earned doctorate in counseling, and worked in many different occupations.

He writes all of his novels under the name T. E. Killian.

Because of his varied education and experience, his characters take on the characteristics and personalities of people who work in all of the occupations he knows so well.

Having been in many crisis situations over the past thirty plus years, he can write about them realistically.

He and his wife, Ann, live in Black Canyon City, Arizona, where he writes full time.

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Publisher
Christ Centered Ministries
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Published on
Aug 7, 2012
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Pages
63
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Language
English
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Genres
Self-Help / Communication & Social Skills
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This content is DRM protected.
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Available on Android devices
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