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Nonviolent Crisis Intervention (CPI) - Initial Training

The Nonviolent Crisis Intervention program is a safe, non-harmful behavior management system designed to help provide the best care, welfare, safety and security to those involved in crisis situations. This program focuses on prevention and teaches that physical intervention is to be used only as a last resort, when a student presents an imminent danger to self or others. All physical interventions are designed to be non-harmful and to maintain the student's dignity. This workshop is for participants who are new to CPI and/or their certificate is expired.

The following is a link to the Texas Behavioral Support Initiative (TBSI) training modules.  The Texas Behavior Support Initiative (TBSI) is a state-level training mandated by Senate Bill 1196 and Texas Administrative Code 89.1053. TBSI provides foundational knowledge for the use of positive behavior interventions and supports for all students, including students with disabilities. TBSI meets legislative requirements related to procedures for the use of restraint and time-out and provides a framework for sharing a wide range of foundational-level behavior strategies and prevention-based schoolwide, classroom, and individual interventions

Link to TBSI Modules on TEALearn

Important Session Information:

To attend the Nonviolent Crisis Intervention Training Program (CPI)  please note the following:

  1. Please complete the Texas Behavior Support Initiative (TBSI) modules prior to attending the course. Documentation of completing these modules fulfills Senate Bill 1196 and the Texas Administrative Code §89.1053 requirements. These modules must be completed at least once to be fully, legally compliant. TBSI Modules on TEA Learn 
  2. Please note the end and start times of the session. Credit for completion of the course is awarded by CPI via trained instructors. You must attend the entire time to receive credit.
  3. Please wear comfortable clothing and closed toe shoes.
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(7) CPE
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Contact Person:
Evelyn Gilson
Amy Hagerman
Amy Smallwood
Kasey Murillo
Nancy Coffey
Other, ParaEducator/Paraprofessional, Principal, School Nurse, Social Worker, Teacher (All Level)
Date Time Location
7/17/2024 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM Region 17 ESC - North Conference Main Hall
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