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CPI Nonviolent Crisis Intervention Training – Early Childhood

Friday, February 3, 2023
8:30 am - 3:30 pm
Online and in-person at Emmet County EMS, Eppler Road
, MI
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CPI Nonviolent Crisis Intervention Training – Early Childhood

This training is for participants in Early Childhood classrooms, both who have Nonviolent Crisis Intervention training (NVCI) within the last two years and those who have not previously taken CPI. This training meets a portion of the requirements for key identified personnel, as required by the Michigan Department of Education’s Policy for the Emergency Use of Seclusion and Restraint.

 

Content will be delivered in a virtual and in-person format. Virtual modules (2 hours) will be asynchronous, provided through an email link, 7-10 days prior to in-person training. This MUST BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO IN-PERSON TRAINING in order to receive certification after training. In-person training will review concepts and provide teaching and practice of physical interventions. Total training of 8  hours.

 

Learner Outcomes

​Identify and know how to respond to varying levels of crisis behaviors.

Develop limit-setting strategies to de-escalate crisis behavior.

Understand the importance of proactive strategies to reduce crisis behavior.

Understand the risks of restraints and their use only as a last resort.

Learn safety interventions and physical skills to maximize safety and minimize harm through the concepts of Care, Welfare, Safety, and Security.

 

Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child (WSCC) Tenets

Safe, Supported

 

In-person Date/Time

February 3 / 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

 

Target Audience

Early childhood teachers, ISD staff, paraprofessionals, and support staff

 

Location

Emmet County EMS Bldg, Petoskey

 

Instructors

Eric Daniel, Mary Corder, Char-Em ISD CPI Certified Trainers

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