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Class Name: Nonviolent Crisis Intervention Initial 2 Day Foundation:January 21-22, 2020
Number of Slots: 14
Description: This two day course provides the mental health nurse and technician with an introduction to the Crisis Prevention Institute Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® Foundation Training Program. The first training day participants will discuss and practice crisis prevention using the CPI Crisis Development Model with a focus on early verbal nonphysical methods and personal safety techniques. On day two participants will discuss and practice how and when to use a team to provide physical intervention for an out of control and dangerous individual.
Contact Hours: 12 Contact hours will be awarded to participants who attend the entire event, achieve 80% or higher on the post test, participate in all practice activities and complete and submit the course evaluation. CPI is an approved provider of continuing education for the California Board of Registered Nursing. (This approval currently applies to nurses in the following states: AL, AK, AR, DC, DE, GA, HI, IA, ID, IL, KY, LA, MA, MI, MN, MT, NC, ND, NE, NH, NJ, NM, NV, OH, PA, RI, SC, TN, TX, UT, VA, WA, WI, WY. Check with your licensing board for training requirements if you do not see your state listed above, as it may still apply).
Target Audience: Initial class required for all CCND mental health nurses, technicians and members of the CC Behavioral Emergency Response Team (BERT). Open to interdisciplinary colleagues.
Course Objectives: Abbreviated Course Objectives: 1. Discuss the four levels of crisis development as defined by CPI 2. Discuss key concepts related to verbal intervention 3. Discuss how to verbally intervene with a patient in a developing crisis 4. Discuss ways in which a staff member influences a patient in crisis 5. Practice CPI’s personal safety techniques 6. Discuss and practice how to safely use a team approach to physically intervene with a physically out of control and dangerous individual 7. Discuss postvention as a key element of crisis intervention and prevention
01/02/20 - 12/31/20
Class Type: In-person
|Tuesday January 21, 2020||08:00 AM - 03:30 PM||NIH Clinical Center:B1C204 (FAES# 8)|
|Wednesday January 22, 2020||08:00 AM - 03:30 PM||NIH Clinical Center:B1C204 (FAES# 8)|