CRISIS PREVENTION INTERVENTION/HANDLE WITH CARE (cpi/hwc)
CPI/HWC is a safe, non-harmful behavior management system designed to help human service workers provide the best possible care and welfare of assaultive, disruptive or out-of-control persons, even during most violent moments. MARESA offers CPI/HWC certification trainings throughout the year.
UPCOMING INITIAL AND RE-CERTIFICATION TRAININGS ~ 2016-17 1st Semester
- Wednesday, September 21st & Thursday, September 22nd
- Thursday, October 20th & Friday, October 21st
- Thursday, November 10th & Friday, November 11th
- Wednesday, January 11th & Thursday, January 12th
- Friday, October 7th
- Thursday, October 13th
- Wednesday, October 19th
- Wednesday, October 26th
- Wednesday, November 9th
- Friday, November 18th
- Thursday, December 8th
- Thursday, December 15th
Training sessions run from 8:30am to 3:30pm at MARESA (1 hour lunch, not provided by MARESA)
Registration will be conducted via WisdomWhere software...
- Create an account in WisdomWhere: www.solutionwhere.com/ww/maresa
- After you have created an account, go to the homepage, click on EVENTS tab at the top. Once on the EVENTS page, click on SEARCH. From here you can select your event and register. For more information please contact Amy Talo 906/226.5165.
CPI/ CRISIS PREVENTION INTERVENTION
Nonviolent Crisis Intervention was developed by the Crisis Prevention Institute (CPI) and has been used in a variety of human service settings for over 25 years. Upon satisfactory completion of training, each participant will receive a certificate from the Crisis Prevention Institute.
What you will learn:
1. Verbal and non-verbal prevention techniques.
2. Effective verbal de-escalation techniques.
3. Team intervention strategies and techniques.
4. Post-crisis techniques to help re-establish a positive teaching relationship with the
5. Post-crisis debriefing techniques for staff and students.
MARESA CPI instructors: Mary Beth Coyne, Michelle DenBeste, Barb Potts, Jared Koski and Meghan McLeod are certified instructors in Nonviolent Crisis Prevention.
HWC/HANDLE WITH CARE
Handle With Care teaches the use of prompt, skillful, appropriate intervention when physical force is necessary in order to minimize injuries to staff and youth. Handle With Care’s physical skills training enables staff to manage situations where the only appropriate response is the prompt skillful use of physical restraint. Upon successful completion of the training, each participant will receive a certificate from Handle with Care.
What you will learn:
1. Effective and safe personal protection techniques.
2. The Primary Restraint Technique: an “orthopaedically sound passive holding method.”
3. “Non-prone restraint” options, including modifications for small children.
4. Two-person escort technique.
5. Crisis Team Intervention.
MARESA HWC instructors: Mary Beth Coyne, Michelle DenBeste, Dawn Lackey & Barb Potts are certified instructors in Handle With Care Behavior Management System.
IMPORTANT TRAINING STANDARDS
1. Staff who have never been certified in crisis or physical intervention, or were trained more than one year ago, or received training in a technique other than CPI and/or HWC must be trained in “Nonviolent Crisis Intervention” = CPI and HWC. Each initial training is 6 hours = 2 days.
2. Staff may be re-certified in CPI and HWC by attending a one-day recertification training, providing they attend training within one year of their last training. This is counted by semesters rather than exact training dates. For example, if a staff member takes CPI & HWC training 1st semester of 2016, they are eligible for re-certification 1st semester of 2017.
3. As both Crisis Prevention Intervention and Handle With Care techniques are based on team intervention (for safety and professional standards) it is recommended that schools send no fewer than 2 people from the same site.
4. Physical protection and physical intervention classes are limited to no more than 14 participants.
Both courses (CPI & HWC) will address the MDE Standards for the Emergency Use of Seclusion and Restraint (adopted 12/12/06)
Multiple initial and recertification training opportunities are offered through the school year on an annual basis.
Direct dial phone: (906) 226-5169
Speech Therapist/Early On Coordinator
Direct dial phone: (906) 226-5148
Speech & Language/Assistive Technology
Direct dial phone: (906) 226-5138
Direct dial phone: (906) 226-5144
Direct dial phone: (906) 226-5176