Long-Term Care Organizations throughout New York City, Long Island and Hudson Valley

Can Receive Free Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® training.

CPI and ArchCare are working together to help you transform your organization.

Empower your staff.

CPI’s cornerstone program, Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® training, teaches the practical skills and strategies needed to safely manage disruptive and assaultive behavior in the workplace. Thanks to grant funding awarded to ArchCare, Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® training is free for long-term care organizations in New York City, Long Island and Hudson Valley. There’s never been a better time to establish a sustainable culture of safety at your organization.

By focusing on addressing the continuum of behaviors that can lead to violent situations, our time-tested training provides your staff with an effective framework for decision making and problem solving—serving as the foundation for an organization-wide crisis intervention plan that meets current legislation and regulatory requirements.

Why Organizations Resolve Their Challenges With CPI

Achieving Regulatory Compliance

Avoid penalties and fines from regulatory oversight groups, like OSHA, while meeting industry accreditation requirements.

Reducing Workplace Violence

With workplace violence prevention training, you reduce risk and injury at your organization—letting your staff work without compromise.

Improving Organizational Culture

A true culture of safety at your organization empowers staff to manage disruptive behaviors—leaving everybody with a safer work environment improves employee attitudes and performance.

Improving Staff Confidence in Challenging Situations

Give staff the confidence they need to work through difficult situations involving disruptive or possibly assaultive individuals.

Reducing Workers’ Compensation Claims

Not only do disruptive behaviors adversely affect staff morale and their ability to perform, they take a toll on your finances.

Improving Staff Skills to Manage Risk

Focusing on de-escalation and early intervention, CPI training provides staff with an effective framework for decision making and problem solving—equipping them with the skills to transform your workplace.

A True Culture of Safety Starts Here

Certify Few. Train Many.

You send key staff to a four-day in-person training course to become Certified Instructors. After sending them to become certified, they return with the knowledge, intervention techniques, and facilitation skills needed to train the rest of your organization.

Upcoming program dates

August 13-16, 2018
September 25-28, 2018
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