CPI Nonviolent Crisis Intervention Refresher Training Survey
To customize our learning experience for the Nonviolent Crisis Intervention Refresher Course, please answer the following questions.

How comfortable are you in using a supportive approach (listening and offering reassurances) for students demonstrating anxiety? *
Not Comfortable
Very Comfortable
If you have had the opportunity of using a supportive approach (listening and offering reassurances) for students demonstrating anxiety, how effective has it been in reducing a student's anxiety?
Not Effective
Very Effective
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How comfortable are you in using a directive approach (explaining options and consequences) for students demonstrating defensive behaviors (questioning, refusals, verbal release, intimidation and tension reduction)? *
Not Comfortable
Very Comfortable
If you have had the opportunity of using a directive approach (explaining options and consequences) for students demonstrating defensive behaviors (questioning, refusals, verbal release, intimidation and tension reduction), how effective has it been in de-escalating a situation?
Not Effective
Very Effective
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How comfortable are you in using the Nonviolent Physical Crisis Intervention Techniques (restraint positions) for students demonstrating acting-out behaviors? *
Not Comfortable
Very Comfortable
Since your last full day CPI training, how many times have you used Nonviolent Physical Crisis Intervention Techniques (restraint positions)? *
Since the last full day CPI training, how many students on your "caseload" have needed Nonviolent Physical Crisis Intervention Techniques (restraint positions)? *
Since your last full day CPI training, how effective has the use of Nonviolent Physical Crisis Intervention Techniques been in helping your student(s) regain control of his or her own behavior?
Only answer if you have used Nonviolent Physical Crisis Intervention Techniques
Not Effective
Very Effective
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Since your last full day CPI training, how effective were the Nonviolent Physical Crisis Intervention Techniques in maintaining a safe environment for the classmates, staff and the student who was acting out?
Only answer if you have used Nonviolent Physical Crisis Intervention Techniques
Not Effective
Very Effective
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After a crisis intervention (verbal or physical) has occurred and the student has regained physical and emotional control, a Postvention discussion occurs with student and/or parents, to further understand the facts, patterns of behavior, investigate alternatives, reach future agreements, strengthen relationships and provide closure. *
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What would you like to learn or gain from this refresher course? *
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