Student Discipline and Behavior Support
Crisis Prevention Intervention (CPI)

​The core training program of Crisis Prevention Institute's (CPI) Nonviolent Crisis Intervention training equips staff with proven strategies for safely defusing anxious, hostile, or violent behavior at the earliest possible stage. Participants are provided training in defining the stages of crisis in terms of identifiable behavioral levels and appropriate staff responses. 

Additionally, participants will learn verbal and non-verbal de-escalation techniques, personal safety principles, and physical control strategies to manage aggressive students in a safe, non-harmful manner all while establishing a therapeutic rapport after a crisis has taken place. 

Individual registration is through MyTalent. School administrators may request school-based CPI trainings by completing the Request Form in the Documentation section below.

For any questions or additional information, please contact Terance Staton, teranced.staton@cms.k12.nc.us or Delisa Fieldsdelisan.fields@cms.k12.nc.us


Documentation:

School-Based CPI Training Requests

CMS - Incident Report.pdf

Virtual_Blended_Classroom.pdf

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