ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE OF THE COURTS
Mental Health Awareness Training (MHAT)
Crisis Intervention Team Training (CIT)
Mental Health First Aid (MHFA)

Available Courses

CourseDescriptionLocationStart DateEnd DateCourse TimeAvailable SeatsRegister
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102QPR Suicide Prevention TrainingQPR (Question, Persuade, Refer) is a lifesaving, evidenced based, suicide prevention intervention training.Richard E. Gerstein Justice Building 1351 NW 12th Street, Courtroom 6-7, Miami, FL 331252/29/20242/29/20241:00 PM - 2:30 PM37
103QPR Suicide Prevention TrainingQPR (Question, Persuade, Refer) is a lifesaving, evidenced based, suicide prevention intervention training.Richard E. Gerstein Justice Building 1351 NW 12th Street, Courtroom 6-7, Miami, FL 331253/5/20243/5/20241:00 PM - 2:30 PM48
104QPR Suicide Prevention TrainingQPR (Question, Persuade, Refer) is a lifesaving, evidenced based, suicide prevention intervention training.Richard E. Gerstein Justice Building 1351 NW 12th Street, Courtroom 6-7, Miami, FL 331253/7/20243/7/202410:30 AM - 12:00 PM46
94CCIT 16 HourCommunications CIT (CCIT) 16-hour course designed to prepare telecommunications personnel to identify mental health related calls, utilize de-escalation techniques and interventions, gather critical information and dispatch appropriate assistance. Course segments will include awareness and understanding, identify the warning signs and risk factor of a person in crisis including trauma-related disorders such as trauma and stress-related disorders.FDLE 1030 NW 111 Ave, Miami, FL 331723/14/20243/15/20248:00 AM - 5:00 PM13
105QPR Suicide Prevention TrainingQPR (Question, Persuade, Refer) is a lifesaving, evidenced based, suicide prevention intervention training.Richard E. Gerstein Justice Building 1351 NW 12th Street, Courtroom 6-7, Miami, FL 331253/18/20243/18/202410:30 AM - 12:00 PM49
113The Baker Act- LEO Assessment and Report WritingThis session will be facilitated by Dr. Bozhdaraj, JBHH psychiatrist who will provide LEOs with behavioral cues when a assessing a person for involuntary examination including the do’s and don’ts of report writing and documentation.Jackson Behavioral Health Hospital – Gymnasium 1695 NW 9th Avenue, Miami, FL 331364/10/20244/10/20247:30 AM - 9:00 AM11
96CIT 8 Hour Continued Education (Refresher)This one-day training will provide law enforcement officers and supervisors with a review on the Baker Act and Marchman Act, including legislative updates, resources, and national crisis response best practices.FDLE 1030 NW 111 Ave, Miami, FL 331724/19/20244/19/20248:00 AM - 5:00 PM84
106CIT 40 hours***YOU MUST HAVE APPROVAL FROM YOUR DEPARTMENT PRIOR TO REGISTERING FOR TRAINING*** Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Miami-Dade County program is a community-based approach that bridges the gaps between law enforcement and behavioral health. Through community partnerships and collaboration, this alliance promotes systems transformation that improves safety, reduces inappropriate incarceration and redirect individuals with mental illness and substance use disorders from the criminal justice system to the health care system, when appropriate. ***Please keep in mind this class is open to all departments. You may register a maximum of 2 officers per department unless otherwise discussed with designated course trainer*** FDLE 1030 NW 111 Ave, Miami, FL 331725/20/20245/24/20248:00 AM - 5:00 PM0
107CIT 40 hours***YOU MUST HAVE APPROVAL FROM YOUR DEPARTMENT PRIOR TO REGISTERING FOR TRAINING*** Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Miami-Dade County program is a community-based approach that bridges the gaps between law enforcement and behavioral health. Through community partnerships and collaboration, this alliance promotes systems transformation that improves safety, reduces inappropriate incarceration and redirect individuals with mental illness and substance use disorders from the criminal justice system to the health care system, when appropriate. ***Please keep in mind this class is open to all departments. You may register a maximum of 2 officers per department unless otherwise discussed with designated course trainer*** FDLE 1030 NW 111 Ave, Miami, FL 331729/9/20249/13/20248:00 AM - 5:00 PM4
109CIT 40 hours***YOU MUST HAVE APPROVAL FROM YOUR DEPARTMENT PRIOR TO REGISTERING FOR TRAINING*** Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Miami-Dade County program is a community-based approach that bridges the gaps between law enforcement and behavioral health. Through community partnerships and collaboration, this alliance promotes systems transformation that improves safety, reduces inappropriate incarceration and redirect individuals with mental illness and substance use disorders from the criminal justice system to the health care system, when appropriate. ***Please keep in mind this class is open to all departments. You may register a maximum of 2 officers per department unless otherwise discussed with designated course trainer*** FDLE 1030 NW 111 Ave, Miami, FL 3317210/28/202411/1/20248:00 AM - 5:00 PM13