Nonviolent Crisis Intervention - DEA 15219

DEA 15219 12 hours
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Learn a comprehensive model for crisis intervention that includes recognizing the early warning signals to safely managing physically violent individuals.  Understand how to prevent violence and safely intervene when disruptive behaviour has gone too far.  Emphasis will be placed on early intervention in the least restrictive, least harmful manner, as well as nonphysical methods for preventing and controlling disruptive behaviour.  This course is recognized throughout North America as the course for dealing with aggression and violence. Students receive certification from the Crisis Prevention Institute, Inc. (www.crisisprevention.com).

Prerequisites

  • Students must be admitted in to the Educational Assistant Diploma Program in order to take the NVCI course

Objectives

  • To introduce knowledge about non-violent crisis prevention/ intervention and control of disruptive behaviour

Outcomes

  • Knowledge about a comprehensive model for crisis intervention that includes recognizing early warning signals to safely manage physically violent individuals
  • Knowledge about how to prevent violence and safely intervene when disruptive behaviour has intensified
  • Knowledge about the significance of least-restrictive, least-harmful and least-physical intervention for prevention and control of disruptive behaviour

Additional Comments

  • NOTE: Students receive certification from the Crisis Prevention Institute, Inc. www.crisisprevention.com
  • Course fee is included in the full time tuition for the Indigenous Police Preparation Diploma Program
Upcoming Classes

Call (204) 982-6633 to register today!

DEA 15219 1401 Nonviolent Crisis Intervention Instructor: Rollie Gillies
Wed/Thu 09:00 am - 04:00 pm
2-Jul-2014 to 3-Jul-2014 (2 classes)
Room: 2BC59
$150

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DEA 15219 1402 Nonviolent Crisis Intervention Instructor: Rollie Gillies
Wed/Thu 09:00 am - 04:00 pm
13-Aug-2014 to 14-Aug-2014 (2 classes)
$150.00

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