Crisis Prevention Institute: Seminar explores issues of workplace safety

MEDIA CONTACT: Jerilyn Dufresne
262-317-3462 (direct line)
[email protected]

DATE: April 1, 2005

BROOKFIELD WI, USA—The Crisis Prevention Institute announced that the PrepareTrainingSM program will be held June 6-10, 2005 in Madison, WI. The seminar will focus on strategies for maintaining safe and respectful environments in service-oriented workplaces. Recognizing the increasing need for education at all levels of an organization, the Institute is offering the program as an Instructor Certification course to facilitate more efficient in-house training.

Since 1980, the Crisis Prevention Institute (CPI) has been dedicated to developing training programs and resources to promote prevention and safe management of disruptive or aggressive behavior. To date, more than 5 million individuals have participated in CPI training programs.

The strategies taught in CPI’s PrepareTrainingSM program have been effective in helping employees recognize developing crisis situations and in reducing the frequency and severity of these situations, increasing employee confidence and morale.

The principles of CPI’s training programs have been embraced worldwide for their realistic approach to problem solving and creation of workplace cultures that prioritize values based on Respect, Service and Safety at Work SM.

Space for this training program will be limited. To register, call the Crisis Prevention Institute at 800-787-5166