• CPI Recertification

  • This Recertification is for the NEW Enhanced CPI Training taken in the 16/17 school year. If you did not take the New Enhanced CPI last school year, you must take the full day this school year.
    The Non-Violent Crisis Prevention Intervention (CPI) Recertification training is designed to provide participants with knowledge and resources so they may respond early and effectively to individuals who are exhibiting challenging behaviors.
    Participants will be able to:

    • Identify behaviors that could lead to a crisis
    • Appropriately intervene in a crisis situation
    • Maintain rapport with the acting-out individual
    • Know when an intervention requires documentation

    NOTE: Participants must be able to physically perform the CPI Personal Safety Techniques and attend the entire training to be recertified. Proper attire and closed toed non-slip shoes (i.e. tennis shoes) should be worn to ensure the safety of self and others. It is recommended that schools have a small team (3-5 staff members) trained per site.

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  • Regional Professional Learning
  • San Diego Area
  • Topic:
  • Behavior
  • LCAP Priority Areas:
  • School Climate,Student Engagement,Other Student Outcomes
  • Start Time:
  • 08:30:00 AM
  • End Time:
  • 12:30:00 PM
  • 2018.02.20

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CPI Recertification

2018.02.20

CPI Recertification Image

This Recertification is for the NEW Enhanced CPI Training taken in the 16/17 school year. If you did not take the New Enhanced CPI last school year, you must take the full day this school year.
The Non-Violent Crisis Prevention Intervention (CPI) Recertification training is designed to provide participants with knowledge and resources so they may respond early and effectively to individuals who are exhibiting challenging behaviors.
Participants will be able to:

  • Identify behaviors that could lead to a crisis
  • Appropriately intervene in a crisis situation
  • Maintain rapport with the acting-out individual
  • Know when an intervention requires documentation

NOTE: Participants must be able to physically perform the CPI Personal Safety Techniques and attend the entire training to be recertified. Proper attire and closed toed non-slip shoes (i.e. tennis shoes) should be worn to ensure the safety of self and others. It is recommended that schools have a small team (3-5 staff members) trained per site.