• Non-Violent Crisis Intervention is a safe, non-harmful behavior management system designed to help human service workers provide for the best possible care and welfare of assaultive, disruptive, or out-of-control persons even during the most violent moment. The training focuses on prevention, de-escalation, personal safety and physical intervention.
    Examples where nonviolent crisis intervention may be used include correction facilities, educational facilities, and mental health facilities. The overriding concern in applying nonviolent interventions is to provide for the care, welfare, safety and security of all persons involved. A 12-hour training course leading to a one-year certification in nonviolent crisis intervention is offered. Also, a 3 hour refresher course required annually to maintain certification is offered.
     
    Foundations of Non-Violent Crisis Intervention
     
    This workshop is for individuals who have not been certified in Non-Violent Crisis Intervention. This program emphasizes early intervention techniques for preventing or managing disruptive behavior. Personal safety techniques and restraint and transport techniques are also included. The annual 3-hour Foundations of Non-Violent Crisis Intervention refresher training is required to maintain certification.

    Foundations of Non-Violent Crisis Intervention: Refresher Training
    (3 hours)

    This standard refresher training is for individuals who are currently certified in Non-Violent Crisis Intervention and are required to receive the annual three-hour refresher workshop to maintain certification.

Last Modified on July 28, 2015