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HSWL Unit Training   The HSWL Department offers a variety of courses in support of Unit operations to include:

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Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST)
Course description: To provide unit Command with trained crew that feel more comfortable, confident, and competent in helping to prevent the immediate risk of suicide.

Basic Life Support (BLS/CPR)
Course description: To provide unit Commands with trained crew that possess the skills to provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation to victims.

Critical Incident Stress Management Peer (CISM)
Course description: To provide unit Commands with trained crew that provided crisis intervention services including: pre-/post incident debrief, on-scene support, and assistance with group intervention.

Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Peer (SAPR)
Course description: To provide unit Commands with trained crew that feel more comfortable, confident, and competent in helping to prevent the risk of sex assault and educate on victim's access to services.
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Transition Assistance Program (TAP) - Pre-separation
Course description: To provide separating/retiring service members information and skills needed during their period of transition into civilian life.

Unit Health Promotion Coordinator (UHPC)
Course description: To provide unit Commands with trained crew that facilitate fitness, nutrition, injury prevention, stress management, smoking cessation, and weight control to the entire crew.

Unit Ombudsman (UO)
Course description: To provide unit Commands with trained volunteer CG spouse, reservist, or auxiliarist to facilitate communication between the command and spouses/families.

Victim Advocate Peer (VA)
Course description: To provide unit Commands with trained crew that feel more comfortable, confident, and competent in helping provide support to victims of crimes and traumatic events.
 

Pre-Deployment Crew/Family Briefing
Course description: To provide unit crew and families with current health, safety, and work-life information to include legal and personnel that will enhance mission readiness.

Work-Life Balance Classes
Course description: To provide individuals with fun and interactive classes to provide information and skills associated with health promotion, job transition skills, and fellowship.



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Last Modified 12/19/2014