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CPI training programs provide strategies and techniques for all levels of educational professionals, from district administrators through classroom staff.
These strategies and techniques focus on the Care, Welfare, Safety, and Security of all students and staff with evidenced based de-escalation and crisis prevention approaches.
Verbal Intervention™ Training is perfect for schools or districts that require a completely non-physical approach to intervention. This training focuses on de-escalation strategies resulting in safe, non-restrictive interventions.
Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® Training provides your educators with the skills to safely recognize and respond to everyday crisis situations. The training complies with all current legislation and is evidence-based and fully accredited, so your teachers can earn continuing education credits.
For educators and administrators who have a higher need for physical interventions we offer, Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® With Advanced Physical Skills. This training provides educators in higher-risk environments the skills to safely de-escalate verbal and physical crisis situations.
Classroom Culture is for school leaders and educators interested in improving the culture within each classroom. This training provides techniques to implement consistent and sustainable standards to prevent, or mitigate, the need to leverage de-escalation interventions.
Celeste Allen, Security
Milwaukee Public Schools
We provide multiple renewal certification programs for Certified Instructors, including specialized programs for schools or districts who serve individuals with autism or trauma.
Improvement in School Safety
Our customers have seen significant improvement in staff de-escalation skills and overall safety.
Improved Staff Skills
Our programs prepare staff with the confidence to react appropriately.
Reduced Restraint Use By 50-100%
The majority of schools see a 50-100% reduction in restraint and seclusion.