This training does not include holding skills or physical restraints.
A well-researched body of science guides us in de-escalating disruptive behavior and potentially violent crises. The value of these skills has only increased in light of trauma-informed schools and restorative practices. We can pull advice from the web, but can we use it in the heat of the moment?
This training equips you to respond to volatile situations with presence of mind and a skill set that you practice in the face of ‘in-your-face’ confrontations. The combination of learning and realistic role-play sets this training apart from others.
Registration fees include CPI Participant Workbook and Lunch.
Bruce Hunter, former principal and a certified CPI Nonviolent Intervention® trainer,
has more than 25 years of experience and has trained more than 2,000 educators.