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SCM Direct Staff Training
The SCM Direct Staff Training is a 3-day workshop (or 2-day based on the number of Emergency Safety Physical Interventions selected for use) where participants learn prevention, intervention and after-action strategies that are the core of SCM. Participants will receive the SCM Participant’s Workbook, as well as, handouts that reinforce main concepts and templates that can be incorporated into their employment responsibilities. Successful completion of the program is contingent on passing both a written test and a physical skills test.
The Safe Crisis Management training program has as its fundamental purpose the prevention and safe resolution of explosive behavior. Whether you are working with oppositional and defiant students or emotionally disordered clients, SCM provides your staff with a capacity to prevent or safely control dangerous situations. SCM provides a comprehensive continuum of prevention, intervention & post intervention strategies focusing on…
Promoting Positive Growth & Behavior
SCM stresses positive beliefs and primary strategies that are designed to promote appropriate behavior and minimize behaviors of concern
Understanding Individuals in Care
SCM provides staff with an understanding of human development and the many variables that influence behavior.
Understanding & Identifying Behaviors of Concern
The specific identification of challenging behavior is a pre-requisite to behavior change. Understanding the motives and prompts of these behaviors is a first step in the positive outcome we seek.
Responding to Behaviors of Concern
SCM identifies responses that are evidence based best practice options
Using Function-Based Behavior Support Planning
Provides staff with process to gather details about events or factors that will be used to design effective positive behavior support plans
Using Emergency Safety Interventions
When real harm to self or others is present, SCM provides a continuum of emergency safety physical intervention that are safe and effective
Conducting Follow-Up Procedures
The SCM curriculum provides a series of after-incident procedures to ensure resolution and professional review.