Certify as a Flight Team Facilitator
Learn to train Flight Teams using our videos, activities and resources. You’ll master 20 different areas of focus and give attendees comprehensive guidance on how to respond and recover when crisis or tragedy strikes their school or district.
Instill Peace of Mind
Facilitators work in pairs, so you’ll need to have a co-leader take this training with you. Participants will leave this training prepared to co-lead training others in how to respond to a range of school tragedies and crises: deaths, homicides, natural disasters, and more. Cheri Lovre covers the practical aspects of response as well as the driving philosophy behind her approach. A number of organizational options (district, regional, community) will be taught so you can maximize team strength.
Help Others Prepare
Each session is taught using our videos and handous as you will use them to provide the training. Facilitators divide into small groups for activities to build skills. Using our video series, you’ll be ready to help schools and districts build an organized team and a plan of action for whatever comes their way.
- Training can be scheduled anywhere we have significant interest.
- Participants must have already completed a three-day ‘Flight Team Training with Ms. Lovre.
- Follow-up and annual refreshers by Zoom will be required as needed.
- Faciltators who will be co-leading trainings together in the future need to train together.
Anyone who has attended Cheri’s Lovre’s 3-Day Crisis Response Training Workshop and is passionate about training others
- 20 hours of live training with Cheri Lovre
- Access to all Handouts and Materials for use in future trainings
- Direct access to Cheri during “Office Hours”
- Discounts on future Webinars
- 15 weeks of video access for each training you facilitate
Training your district’s crisis response team members is one truly amazing way to give back to your community.
Flight Team (crisis response team) members respond to and support district staff, students and their families when going through a crisis or tragedy. This course will give you the foundation to train new team members annually, be an empathic flight team leader, while also addressing any concerns you might have about the process.
Miko Price | School Counselor, Phoenix, AZ
Ready to get started?
Training investment is $695.
Interested? Take the brief survey and we’ll be in touch with dates and options!
We start new cohorts based on demand.
Schedule: CMI currently offers a three-day training in fall and spring when interest brings a minimum number of participants.
BOCES, IUs, ESDs and other Education Service Agencies or regional programs:
We have a specific program for you. We’ll set up a course on your schedule for your constituents. Give us a call or be in touch here and we’ll make it happen!
Orientation to Crisis Response
Overview of Crisis Response
Flow Chart of Crisis Day
Tasks of Grief
Developmental Stages of Grief
Impact of Suicide on a Response
Trauma in the Individual
Trauma – Impact on a Response
Roles of Staff & Flight Team, Safe Room Activities
Roles of Staff and Flight Team
Safe Room Activities
Safe Room 2
Safe Room Organization
Safe Room Process
Life Tribute & Student Belongings, The Empty Desk
Student Belongings and the Empty Desk
Media & Communications
Media and Communications
Needs of Staff
Needs of Administration
Needs of Staff
Life Tribute and Next Steps
Next Steps: Organizational Options
Crisis Resource Manual, included
Those who are taking this training will already have a Crisis Resource Manual from having taken the Flight Team training in the past. If yours has been lost or was left at a prior position location, please contact CMI at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Training Manual, $55 for attendees
We highly recommend that this be used with the Crisis Resource Manual. Each chapter covers a different content area, and some chapters have exercises designed to help participants become more aware of their own issues from past experiences.
Safe Room Book, $25
This book covers all dimensions of facilitating Safe Rooms — those nurturing spaces set aside for students who are in more profound grief following the death of a peer. Topics include philosophy, room set-up, rules and behavior management, activities and much more.