Course Description

This training session instructs individuals regarding self-esteem, the way we see and think about ourselves. Participants will receive a valuable opportunity to conceptualize the process regarding self-esteem and respect of others. This course will provide opportunities to explore and understand self-esteem and why it is important.

This course employs instructor/participant interaction, involving class room discussion, self-evaluation and exercises for cognitive restructuring. Participants will be taught strategies to achieve personal goals that are identified at the beginning of the training session and reiterated at the conclusion of the session.

Learning Outcomes

By the end of this training session, participants will be able to:

  • Demonstrate through verbal and/or written means the definition of self-esteem as defined in this instruction.
  • Recognize and enhance the factors that develop self-esteem.
  • Identify the elements of self-esteem through class discussion and instruction.
  • Employ strategies to achieve a self-esteem appropriate for any environment.

Course Length

1/2 Day (4 hours with a 15 minute break)

Learning Environment


Target Audience

  • Law Enforcement
  • First Responders
  • Firefighters
  • Health Care Workers
  • Individuals

Credit Hours

Participants are eligible for 0.4 CEU’s upon completion of the full course.