If you’re a Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® Certified Instructor in Pennsylvania, you’ll be happy to hear that training credit is now available for you and your participants.
We’re pleased to announce that the Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare, Bureau of Autism Services (BAS) has approved Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® training for continuing education credit for the Act 62 Behavior Specialist License.
You can receive credit for attending a four-day Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® Instructor Certification Program or one of our three-day Advanced and Instructor Excellence Renewal Programs, including:
- Applied Physical TrainingSM
- Autism Spectrum Disorders: Applications of Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® Training
- Enhancing Verbal Skills: Applications of Life Space Crisis InterventionSM
- Trauma-Informed Care: Implications for CPI's Crisis Development ModelSM
Additionally, your participants can receive training credit for attending programs that you teach.
Learn more about how to submit for continuing education credit to the Pennsylvania Board of Medicine.
About the Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® Training Program
Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® training focuses on prevention, offering evidence-based strategies for safely defusing anxious, hostile, and violent behavior at the earliest possible stage. The program reduces the risk of injury for staff and service users and can be tailored to the unique needs of your organization.
We offer training in more than 150 locations worldwide. We have several programs coming up in Pennsylvania, Ohio, New York, New Jersey, and Maryland. We also offer a convenient, customizable, on-site training option.