Swift De-Escalation and Prevention Training for the Education Industry

Crisis Prevention Institute’s training is perfect for educators intervening in crisis situations: schools are seeing 30-39% decreases in disruptive behavior.

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Who Works with Us

The school districts we assist.

What We Do

Training that works to de-escalate and prevent crises in school
districts around the nation.

Nonviolent Crisis
Intervention®

Nonviolent Crisis Intervention (NCI) provides special education and general staff with the framework to respond tactfully in moments of crisis to minimize harm to students.

Verbal
Intervention ™ Training

Ideal for facilities and roles with hands-off policies, Verbal Intervention (VI) trains staff to respond to crisis situations with a focus on de-escalation techniques and safe, non-restrictive interventions.

Classroom Culture Training

Classroom Culture Training is for school leaders and education professionals interested in fostering a positive culture within each classroom. This training provides practical techniques to implement consistent and sustainable standards that prevent, or mitigate, the need for de-escalation interventions.

Important Statistics

Our training is critical for your classrooms and district. Here’s the proof.

Hiawatha Valley Education District in Minnesota reduced disruptive behaviors by 32%

Illinois Public Schools has created a safer environment for its staff and students.

“I think teaching the art of communication and “diffusing” the situation is invaluable. CPI has a great foundation for helping people understand how to diffuse situations."

Staff member of Illinois Public Schools

The Benefits of Working with CPI

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No Recertificatiaon Needed

Recurring renewal costs are eliminated, as Classroom Culture training grants you a lifetime certification. This makes it the most cost-effective training solution for you in the industry.

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Five Core Principles

Classroom Culture stands on five core principles: calm and consistent, sustainable routines, first attention to best conduct, scripted interventions, and restorative approaches.