The Crisis Prevention Institute (CPI) is committed to helping organizations create and maintain safe and respectful environments through quality, meaningful training, educational resources, and consulting services. Guided by its core philosophy of promoting Care, Welfare, Safety, and Security v for all, the Crisis Prevention Institute strives to set the highest standards for training programs and resources in behavior management and violence prevention.
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TCSE offers initial training and re-certification in non-violent crisis intervention techniques to our member district crisis teams UPON REQUEST PRIOR to the start of the school year OR after last day of student attendance/summer June 1- July 31.
In the past, TCSE trainers have provided full Non-violent Crisis Intervention training for large numbers of district staff at the request of administrators. As most employees will seldom or never utilize more advanced techniques, when used, there is a risk of techniques being implemented incorrectly which could potentially result in harm to the student or staff member which, in turn, may lead to district liability.
In reality, only a CORE CRISIS TEAM in each district or building should be trained in all CPI techniques. This core team should consist of staff that will be responsible and accountable for supporting students in true emergency crisis situations.
TCSE does offer a full day refresher training and 2 day initial certification training a few times each year. These events are open to district/building core crisis teams are scheduled in advance and posted on the TCSE website . Each district should designate a currently certified 3-4 member crisis team in your building who will receive the full day refresher with physical controls. New staff that you want to add or replace on your CORE CRISIS TEAM will need the 2 day certification training.