If a student in your charge was about to lose control, what would you do? This is a situation educators all over the world are faced with every day in their working environments. CPI is the world's leading training organization specializing in the safe management of disruptive and assaultive behavior.
Classroom Safety for All
All children, teachers, and administrators have the right to feel safe in their classrooms and schools. The purpose of school is for children to learn—a task that can become difficult when students or faculty fear for their own safety or experience disruption in the classroom setting.
Teachers are responsible to help their students learn and grow, but they also need to know how to handle classroom disruptions and ensure safety for all if an incident does occur.
Since 1980, more than six million human service professionals worldwide—including thousands of educators—have participated in CPI's Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® training program. The program offers proven strategies for resolving situations when confronted by anxious, hostile, or violent behavior, while always protecting the therapeutic relationships with those in their care.