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  • Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® Training Program

    Program Focusing on the Safe Management of Disruptive and Assaultive Behavior

    Since 1980, 6 million+ trained, standardized to apply to Care,

    Welfare, Safety, and SecuritySM of staff in numerous types of work settings.

    Principals and Techniques have been proven effective in resolving potentially violent situations health care, mental

    health, education, social welfare, residential services, security, law enforcement, and corrections

    Seine River School Division Model: all administration, counsellors, resource teachers, educational assistants or

    anyone requesting training

  • Overview CPI Instructor Association: membership upon

    completion of Instructor Certification. Maintaining global standards, monitoring implementation and skills of trainers and offering hybrid trainings

    Specialized offerings: Applied Physical Training℠, Supporting Individuals With Dementia and Related Cognitive Challenge, Enhancing Verbal Skills: Applications of Life Space Crisis Intervention℠, Autism Spectrum Disorders: Applications of Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® Trauma-Informed Care: Implications for CPI’s Crisis Development Model℠ Training, Positive Behavior Support

  • Overview

  • Overview

  • Outline: NCI program Program Objectives: Units of Training

    Units I-VII: Preventative Techniques

    Unit VIII: Nonviolent Physical Crisis Intervention℠ and Team Intervention

    Units IX-X Situational Role-Plays and Postvention

    Comprehensive 12-hour behavior management program

    Competency-based, practice and demonstrate knowledge of verbal and physical intervention techniques

    Focus: Prevention and intervening early

    Instructor Certification by CPI (Crisis Prevention Institute)

  • Preventative Techniques

    • Learn to identify behavior levels and a typical verbal escalation continuum that often precedes the need for physical intervention

    • Verbal Escalation Continuum℠ and appropriate staff responses and verbal techniques to de-escalate behavior

    • Non-verbal techniques which can prevent acting-out behavior

    • Personal Safety Techniques℠ to avoid injury

  • Nonviolent Physical Crisis Intervention

    • Team intervention strategies and techniques

    • Staff attitudes and professionalism

    • Demonstrating physical control and restraint positions: last resort

    Demonstrate, Practice, Review

    Maintaining standards at workplace

  • Situational Role-Plays and Postvention

    • Apply to real-life situations.

    • Discuss ways to use the time after a crisis (Postvention) as a step toward preventing future crisis

    • Bringing about closure, debriefing, and re-establishment of a therapeutic relationship and milieu for all individuals involved.

  • Our Training, Teaming, and Philosophy • What is working for us in Seine River School

    Division: Administrative Support: Division wide approach and standardized concepts, interventions and plans

    A Commitment to Safer, not easier

    • School Perspective: how this impacts the building, classroom, staff and students in an educational setting: importance of review and practice, regular re-certifications.

  • Organizing the Moment of Crisis • That moment in time when people lose

    rational or even physical control of their own behavior.

    Behavior Response Anxiety: look like and Supportive responses, discuss

    Sound like?

    Defensive: Directives and choices

    Acting-Out Personal safety or physical int.

    Postvention Tension reduction and therapeutic


  • We cannot always control the behaviors of a person in a crisis. We cannot always

    make people do as we ask

    With proper training, we can control our own behavior and responses to

    ensure Care, Welfare, Safety and SecuritySM

  • Interested in becoming a Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® Certified Instructor?

    CPI Manitoba Training Coordinator: Alex Kussler (414) 979-7057

    Current Certified Instructors: Opportunity to enroll in Autism

    Spectrum Disorders: We are hosting the program June 16th.