Nebraska Educational Service Unit #2 Events Registration

CPI - Nonviolent Crisis Intervention - Renewal Certification Training

Monday, September 9, 2019 - Monday, September 9, 2019 8:00 AM - 12:30 PM


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Registration open through 9/4/2019 Central Time (US & Canada)

 




Continuing Education
Crisis Prevention Institute: Contact Hours - 8

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The Crisis Prevention Institute's Nonviolent Crisis Intervention training teaches educators practical skills and strategies to safely manage disruptive or difficult student behavior while balancing the responsibilities of care.

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Imagine a school where challenging student behavior is managed early using preventive techniques, where a competent and confident staff understand that it's not about being strong enough to use force, it's about being strong enough not to.

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From a raised voice to a physical assault, the appropriate staff interventions for all levels of risk behavior are addressed. CPI training gives educators a solid framework for decision making and serves as a foundation for a system-wide nonviolent crisis intervention training plan.

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The program supports PBIS strategies and can be fully integrated into the PBIS process.

 


 

 

If you are interested in all or large staff training at your district, contact Michael Feit directly.
mfeit@esu2.org or 402.202.2546

 

 

 


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CPI is an international training organization committed to best practices and safe behavior management methods that focus on prevention. Through a variety of specialized offerings and innovative resources, CPI educates and empowers professionals to create safe and respectful work environments and enrich the lives of the individuals they serve. Since 1980, over 10 million professionals around the world have participated in CPI training programs.


CPI Certified Trainer

  Michael Feit is a nationally certified CPI Nonviolent Crisis Intervention trainer. Additionally, he has a Masters of Education  in Special Education from University of Nebraska-Lincoln and a Bachelor of Science in Human Development Child and Family Studies from South Dakota State University. He spent 5 years teaching students with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders throughout Lincoln Public Schools.


Financials

Independent Behavior Consortium Districts:

$25/person

ESU 2 Non Independent Behavior Consortium Districts:

$35

**Plus travel expenses for onsite training

Outside ESU 2 Districts:

$45

**Plus travel expenses for onsite training

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All registration fees include expertise fees, instructional materials and essential food/ and beverage service.


Location

ESU2 C.H. Bones Conference Room

2320 North Colorado Avenue
Fremont, NE 68026-0649

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