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August 4, 2021 (12:00 - 4:00 PM) Crisis Prevention Intervention (CPI) Refresher is a Course

August 4, 2021 (12:00 - 4:00 PM) Crisis Prevention Intervention (CPI) Refresher

Ended Aug 7, 2021

Full course description

Course Description

  • This course is an 4 hour refresher on CPI for participants who have taken a CPI class in the last school year. This course allows them to keep their certification through CPI. It aligns with the districts goal of meeting students where they are and differentiating for students based on their needs. It also teaches staff how to keep themselves and students safe during a crisis. The content of the class is a mixture of information from CPI’s Initial Class booklet, district policies and procedures and behavior basics from the BST. The class comes with a CPI book that participants will taken notes in and answer question in through out the class. There are a number of group and whole class activities that have the participants interact with each other and get up and move. There is a post-test at the end of the class that is required by CPI in order for participants to be certified as well as a portion of the class where participants practice the safety techniques and restraints discussed in the course

  • Lead Learner (Facilitator): Tanya Anglemyer | Megan Basak
  • Credit(s) and Type: 4 Hours Compliance | Relicensure | Staff Development

 

Target Audience

  • Admin/Pro-Tech
  • Certified Staff
  • Classified Staff
  • Open to Substitute Teachers = Yes
  • Open to Student Teachers = Yes
  • Open to Charter School Staff = Yes
    • Charter Certified and Classified

 

Date, Time & Location

  • Date: August 4, 2021
  • Time: 12:00 - 4:00 PM
  • Google Meet link: Please enroll for details

Course Outcomes

Here are the outcomes for the course:

  • This class is mandatory for EA4's and highly recommended for all staff.
  • Learners can expect to leave with a better understanding of where behavior comes from and the escalation cycle and how to meet student where they are so they don't further escalate a situation.
  • A brief overview of district policies and procedures around timeouts and restraints will be discussed