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STC Certified Law Enforcement Training
“Moving Law Enforcement Agents forward”
We offer several online and in-person 1 day/ 8-hour STC approved trainings
Final Step International provides training in crisis de-escalation with a focus on effective communication and behavioral health issues. Final Step International uses its own 7-step system and is a 100% experienced-based needs model that utilizes evidence-based practices with an 85% success in de-escalation. Final Step Int. training empowers professionals to de-escalate violence without the use of physical force.
Final Step International Inc., has a group of outstanding consultants—some who are retired probation officers, trained mental health providers, neuro linguistic practitioners, and facilitators—who can provide organizational development solutions through on-site interventions, workshops, retreats, personal interventions, and personal coaching.
Our law enforcement personnel curriculum development specialist consulting includes:
• Team Building
• Drug & Alcohol Counseling and Training
• Communication, and Problem Solving
• Strategic Planning/ Goal Setting
• Executive Coaching and Counseling
• Facilitation of Community Meetings and Workshops
• Training Needs Assessment and Create Training Plans
• Conflict Resolution/Intervention
• Course Design and Training for Trainers
We are pleased to offer you quality organizational services at competitive rates, provided by established professionals who are experienced working with public agencies. Please call to discuss how we can work together to enhance the effectiveness of your organization, their present, and future needs.
Please contact Alina J. Ugas at (310) 612-7022 or
Law Enforcement Agencies
Sign up for one of our Standards and Training for Corrections approved certificate programs. We will improve performance and communication in the work environment and address how family dynamics is relevant to childhood development and the relationship to drug dependency.
Improve Performance and Results in the Work Environment
Status: STC Approved
Cert. Number: 06173557
Expiration Date: 3/19/2020
During this course we discuss the 4 Different Thinking and Learning Styles (quadrants) that you use while at work and home. Each person has certain thinking preferences, some strong, others intermediate. Those preferences can develop into power and influence over others. And without the awareness of those preferences, you may fall victim to blind spots when it comes to others ways of thinking. Applying The Functional Brain thinking (Whole Brain®) means being able to fully understand one’s own preference or way of thinking. Once participants understand how and why others communicate and think differently this understanding will improve performance and communication in the work environment.
1) Identify the 4 quadrants of the brain and your preferences.
2) Identify your thinking and learning preferences and their order of preference
3) After identifying your learning and thinking preference you will be able to identify what situation you function best in when for performing a task.
4) In a given scenario participants will be able to identify their least preferred quadrant of the brain.
Substance Abuse and The Role of Family Dynamics
Status: STC Approved
Cert. Number: 00801860
Expiration Date: 3/13/2020
In this course, you will learn, address, and discuss the role of family dynamics/dysfunction and how it is relevant to childhood development, as well as the relationship to drug dependency. We will discuss the “disease” and “choice” concept of drug dependency and its impact on public opinion. This course will discuss and describe the “TRUTH” of illicit drug and alcohol dependency. In other words, what “need” is being met by consuming illicit drugs/alcohol for an extended period of time. We will use relevant sources such as true stories, video, handouts and feedback/discussion from the participants.
1) Participants will be able to describe the difference between a disease and a choice.
2) Participants will be able to identify what specific “Needs” are being met consuming Illicit Drugs & Alcohol.
3) During group exercise, participants will discuss and applying empathy to understand the individuals need for drug and alcohol dependency.
Managing on the job stress and addiction
Type: RFC Annual
Cert. Number: 08373535
Certification Date: 10/22/2019
Est. Class Size: 25
Course Hours: 8
Primary Population: Adult Corrections Officer, Field Probation, Juvenile Corrections
Agency Specific: No
Delivery Method: ILT – Instructor Lead Training
In this course, we will address and discuss daily workplace stressors and know when and how to decompress intense emotions. turn it off. We will dive into the popular concept of drug dependency and its impact on family dynamics, employment, and relationships. In other words, we will discuss the “why” of consuming illicit drugs/alcohol as a coping mechanism for an extended period. We will discuss how repeated exposure to high-stress, life-threatening situations coupled with long hours can turn law enforcement officers toward alcohol or drugs in order to decrease stress and manage emotions.
1) Participants will be able to identify what specific “Needs” are being met consuming illicit drugs & alcohol.
2) Participants will be able to describe the impact of on the job stress/trauma to long term drug dependency
3) Participants will be given specific tools to apply to the healing process for themselves and their families.
4) Trainees will be given the tools that they can use to reframe their thought process to acquire new coping mechanism for stress relief.