The Crisis Prevention Institute is accredited by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET). The Crisis Prevention Institute complies with ANSI/IACET Standard, which is recognized internationally as a standard of excellence in instructional practices. As a result of this accreditation the Crisis Prevention Institute is authorized to issue the IACET CEU.
Accreditation Number: 5480900-1
Approval valid until: 06/01/2017 through 05/31/2022
CPI is authorized by IACET to offer CEUs for the following programs: Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® Training Program (2.6 CEUs), Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® Foundation Course with Advanced Physical Skills (3.5 CEUs).
The Crisis Prevention Institute is dedicated to advancing the safe management of challenging and potentially violent behavior through providing high-quality, meaningful training programs, resources and services which promote safe and respectful work environments, and striving to set the global example for advancing this mission to raise the standard for behavior management training worldwide.
Crisis Prevention Institute Policies:
Learner Privacy and Security Policy
The Crisis Prevention Institute (CPI) values the privacy of those who attend our training programs, whether those programs are provided by a Global Professional Instructor, a Certified Instructor, or through a Learning Management System. As such, CPI has in place a specific process to protect the privacy of our learners.
Each learner training record will be restricted from public access. CPi utilizes a standardized and centralized record management system for filing and storing learner training information. This system will assure ease of retrieval, availability and accessibility of the learner training record without sacrificing the confidentiality of the learner training information. All learners will have the ability to obtain a copy of their learner record. Learners may request a copy of their record by completing and signing an authorization/disclosure form. Contact customer service at 800.558.8976 for assistance.
CPI is committed to assuring that equal participation opportunities, and equal access to services, programs, and activities. All decisions are made based on merit, qualifications, and competence. We are committed to providing a training environment that is free of discrimination and harassment. CPI’s policy prohibits its staff from discriminating or making explicit references of a discriminatory nature based on gender, ethnicity, religion, age, disability, socioeconomic status, and/or sexual orientation.
Financial Disclosure Policy
All individuals in a position to deliver a course to be offered for continuing education credit must disclose any relevant financial or non financial relationship(s) that might affect independent involvement in the proposed CE course. Any instructor who refuses to disclose financial or non financial relationships will be disqualified from participating in the implementation of the course. The CE disclosure process requires employee acknowledgment indicating no conflicts of interest or indicating relevant financial or non financial relationships that could be perceived as a conflict of interest be disclosed. This disclosure will be made again at the beginning of every training course by a Power point presentation slide.
Intellectual Property Policy
Just as we would expect others to respect our intellectual property ownership, the Crisis Prevention Institute (CPI) respects the copyright of those involved in creating and disseminating copyright material, such as training programs, videos, software, and other literary, artistic, and works.
CPI employees shall not make, store, transmit, or make available unauthorized copies of copyrighted material on CPI systems, equipment, or storage media.
CPI employees shall not download, upload, store, or make available unauthorized copies of copyrighted material via the internet using CPI systems, equipment, or storage media.
CPI's general counsel is responsible for carrying out this policy. Any questions as to whether an employee may copy or use copyrighted material in ways covered by this policy should be raised with the general counsel (Daniel Gugala) before proceeding.
CPI employees that violate this policy are subject to discipline as appropriate under the circumstances. Such discipline may include termination.
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