CPI: Nonviolent Crisis Intervention Training 2024-25

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. (Must be completed prior to in-person training.) In-person training will review concepts and provide teaching and practice of physical interventions. Total training of 8  hours,

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

Supported and Safe

Date / Time

August 21 / 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.


Taylor School Multipurpose Room


Teachers Pre-K through grades 12, administrators, counselors, ISD staff, paraprofessionals, support staff, community partners and agencies


Eric Daniel, Certified CPI Trainer

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 principles of Trauma Informed Care
  • Understand the risks of restraints and their use only as a last resort.
  • Learn safety interventions and review physical skills to maximize safety and minimize harm.
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