Minnesota Leadership Education & Training (MNLET)

Mandated Courses: Conflict Management and Mediation

These courses provide officers with training on conflict management, promoting safe practices and positive resolutions.  Minnesota POST Learning objectives required by Minnesota Statute 626.8469 are covered.   Select from the courses below to fulfill your mandated hours.  Each course will have it’s own certificate.  Please disregard the percentage completed that may…

Education Program: PSAP – Telecommunicator Education (PSAP-TEC)

Emergency Communications professionals make life and death decisions on a daily basis and must be highly trained and skilled professionals due to the consequences of their actions or inaction.  The safety of the communities and responders served is dependent on their ability to effectively gather and communicate critical information while maintaining…

Mandated Courses: Crisis Intervention and Mental Illness Crises Training

These courses provide officers with training promote the safety of all those involved in crisis situation and positive crisis resolution.  These courses will cover an understanding of mental illness and the challenges involved.  Practical strategies for managing situations involving a mental health crisis will be covered.  These courses will also…

Mandated Courses: Community Diversity, Cultural Differences and Implicit Bias Training

These courses offered in this category provide officers with training on recognizing and valuing community diversity and cultural differences.  All Minnesota POST Learning objectives required by Minnesota Statute 626.8469 are covered.   Hours Available: 8 Select from the courses below to fulfill your mandated hours.  Each course will have it’s own certificate. …

Basic Medication Delivery – MSA202

The Basic Medication Delivery course is an introductory course for correctional officers learning about medication delivery in the correctional setting.  It will feature the rights of medication delivery, the officer’s role in passing medications in their facility, as well as basic information on diabetes, Narcan, and epinephrine. This course is…

Incarcerated Parents Part 1: How Trauma Disrupts Child Development MSA203

Overview:  Part 1 of this training is focused on the basics of child development and how adversity and trauma can disrupt optimal child development. Objectives: Part 1 has four training objectives: Review key data on parents in Minnesota jails. Summarize key developmental tasks or milestones of children and adolescents.  Define…

Incarcerated Parents Part 2: Developmental Considerations MSA204

Overview:  Part 2 of the training focuses on applying the content from Part 1 and highlights developmental considerations for jail staff and jail administrators. Objectives:  Part 2 of this training has three objectives: Identify aspects of the jail environment that directly and indirectly impact children. Reflect on ways in which children’s…

Suicide Awareness And Prevention – POST # 09053-0576

To begin: Go to “Course Home” then click on the “Expand All” arrow. Under “Topics” you will begin with the lecture. This course was developed by the Minnesota Sheriffs’ Associationin cooperation with the MSA Jail Standardized Training Committee This course is eligible for one hour of Certified Continuing Education MN POST…

Introduction To PREA Eliminating Sexual Abuse In Jails – POST # 09053-0575

To begin: Go to “Course Home” then click on the “Expand All” arrow. Under “Topics” you will begin with the lecture. This course was developed by the Minnesota Sheriffs’ Association in cooperation with the MSA Jail Standardized Training Committee This course is eligible for two(2) hours of Certified Continuing Education MN…

Basic Data Practices For Corrections – POST # 09053-0572

To begin: Go to “Course Home” then click on the “Expand All” arrow. Under “Topics” you will begin with the lecture. This course was developed by the Minnesota Sheriffs’ Association. Two (2) hours of Certified Continuing EducationMN POST # 09053-0572  Course Overview and ObjectivesCourse time:  2 hoursRick Hodsdon’s Handout: Data…

Implicit Bias for Corrections – MSA201

To begin: Go to “Course Home” then click on the “Expand All” arrow. Under “Topics” you will begin with the lecture. This course was created by the Minnesota Sheriffs’ Associationin conjunction with the International Academy of Public Safety and the National Command  and Staff College. This Implicit Bias course was put together to…

Implicit Bias – POST# 09053-0495

This course was created by the Minnesota Sheriffs’ Association in conjunction with the International Academy of Public Safety and the National Command and Staff College. This Implicit Bias course was put together to meet the Minnesota’s mandate for providing an “Implicit Bias” training to all Law Enforcement in the state.  The…

Surviving Verbal Conflict – POST # 09053-0313

Today’s increased service demands and the scrutiny placed upon public safety professionals have resulted in a growing need to master verbal conflict management skills. When negative verbal encounters escalate to the point where physical intervention is used, criticism often results when it is later discovered that there is little evidence…

PSAP Radio 101 – MSA 205

This course was provided by the Emergency Communications Network, a division of the Minnesota Department of Public Safety Radio 101 – MSA Course 205  

PSAP History of ARMER – MSA 206

This course was provided by the Emergency Communications Network, a division of the Minnesota Department of Public Safety History of ARMER – MSA Course 206