Comprehensive Crisis Management Train-the-Trainer_February 22-26, 2021

Pittsburgh, PA US
February 22, 2021 to February 26, 2021

The Comprehensive Crisis Management Train the Trainer program is a 40-hour training designed to give trainers the knowledge, skills, and confidence to instruct the Comprehensive Crisis Management (CCM) training program.

Prerequisite for training:      

  • The CCM Basic Program is an eight-hour program consisting of two components:
  1. The lecture and discussion component focuses on assessment and prevention techniques as well as crisis management skills. The information helps employees to assess whether a potentially dangerous situation is developing and how to prevent a crisis.
  2. A physical demonstration and practice component teaches physical interventions for movement, escape, and emergency safety interventions that are effective and safe for staff and the aggressor. These interventions do not rely on strength or surprise, but instead, participants learn to use natural body movement in effective ways.
  • Minimum of two trainers are required per site.
  • A memorandum of understanding must be signed by the appropriate designee from your agency and returned to Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic before the training begins. 

Course Requirements:

  • Trainee must have sufficient clinical experience and be physically capable to become a competent trainer.
  • Training must be performed in teams of at least two trainers.
  • Training can only be given to members of your agency.
  • Trainers must be re-certified by Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic annually.
  • Trainers must follow the program and instructor requirements which will be discussed during the training

Dress: Please plan to dress casually for the entire week (jeans, sweats, etc).  Each day of the week will be divided between the lecture and physical portions of the program, so please be comfortable. 

Participants will receive 35 hours of continuing education credit for this class.

For questions about this class please contact:
Daniel Lichok
(412)864-5049
crisistraining@upmc.edu

Learning Objectives

  • Identify a variety of reasons for challenging behaviors
  • Understand the impact of emotional trauma and the importance of providing trauma-informed care
  • Recognize the importance of ongoing self-assessment
  • Understand the importance of developing a trusting relationship
  • Identify key factors in the prevention of crisis situations
  • Discuss responsibilities necessary in the safe resolution of crisis situations
  • Perform appropriate physical escape and emergency safety interventions
Course summary
Course opens: 
12/06/2020
Course expires: 
12/31/2021
Event starts: 
02/22/2021 - 8:00am
Event ends: 
02/26/2021 - 4:30pm
Cost:
$965.00
Rating: 
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Champion Commons
5231 Penn Ave
Conference Room 116
Pittsburgh, PA 15224
United States

Price

Cost:
$965.00
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Tuition: $965

A full refund of your registrations costs will be given for cancellations received 2 business days prior to the start of the class. Cancellations should made to the Crisis Training Institute at (412) 864-5049, please include your name and date(s) of the training you were scheduled to attend, date and time you are calling. No refunds will be given for cancellations occurring within 2 business days of the start of the training.

Dress: Please plan to dress casually for the entire week (jeans, sweats, etc).  Each day of the week will be divided between the lecture and physical portions of the program, so please be comfortable. 

Prerequisite for training:      

  • The CCM Basic Program is an eight-hour program consisting of two components:
  1. The lecture and discussion component focuses on assessment and prevention techniques as well as crisis management skills. The information helps employees to assess whether a potentially dangerous situation is developing and how to prevent a crisis.
  2. A physical demonstration and practice component teaches physical interventions for movement, escape, and emergency safety interventions that are effective and safe for staff and the aggressor. These interventions do not rely on strength or surprise, but instead, participants learn to use natural body movement in effective ways.
  • Minimum of two trainers are required per site.
  • A memorandum of understanding must be signed by the appropriate designee from your agency and returned to Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic before the training begins. 

Course Requirements:

  • Trainee must have sufficient clinical experience and be physically capable to become a competent trainer.
  • Training must be performed in teams of at least two trainers.
  • Training can only be given to members of your agency.
  • Trainers must be re-certified by Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic annually.
  • Trainers must follow the program and instructor requirements which will be discussed during the training

Participants will receive 35 hours of continuing education credit for this class.

For questions about this class please contact:
Daniel Lichok
(412)864-5049
crisistraining@upmc.edu