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RIGHT RESPONSE Instructor Certification Course


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RIGHT RESPONSE Workshops for restraint safety and de-escalationCrisis Cycle of Understanding and Response

Attendees in this course will learn how to conduct RIGHT RESPONSE Workshops. The two main priorities of this workshop are to introduce Instructor Candidates to the RIGHT RESPONSE curriculum and to demonstrate teaching methods that will enhance the learning experience of the class attendees. Upon successful completion of the Instructor Certification Course, candidates will receive a RIGHT RESPONSE Advanced Instructor Certification valid for one year.

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Description: Attendees in this course will learn how to conduct RIGHT RESPONSE Workshops. Upon successful completion of the Instructor Certification Course, candidates will receive a RIGHT RESPONSE Instructor Certification.

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Maximum Enrollment: 10

Certification: Yes

Physical Activity: Yes

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There are two levels of Instructor Certification. The two levels start at the beginning but end at varying points:

  • Elements Instructor Certification: ends after the first 3 days. Certification allows you to complete the first half of the curriculum, namely Primer and Elements. Complete and receive a 2 year certification.
  • Advanced Instructor Certification: is the full, 4 days. Certification allows you to teach the entire curriculum, including Escorts and Therapeutic Holds. Complete and receive a 1 year certification

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Training Objectives:

RIGHT RESPONSE- Advanced Instructor Certification Course

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Attendees in this course will learn how to conduct RIGHT RESPONSE Workshops. The two main priorities of this workshop are to introduce Instructor Candidates to the RIGHT RESPONSE curriculum and to demonstrate teaching methods that will enhance the learning experience of the class attendees. Upon successful completion of the Instructor Certification Course, candidates will receive a RIGHT RESPONSE Advanced Instructor Certification valid for one year.

REQUIREMENTS FOR COURSE COMPLETION FOR ALL PARTICIPANTS:

  1. Complete attendance of all workshop sessions is required for certification.
  2. Active participation in all discussions, intervention activities and in-class assignments.
  3. Participate in physical activity. Due to the nature of the skills taught in the Physical Intervention section of the seminar, you may be participating in strenuous activities, such as simulating physical intervention. If you have a medical condition or disability that may prevent you from taking part in a skill session, or if you have any questions about your ability to participate fully in this course, discuss them with your health-care provider and the appropriate person in your Administration before you start your course. Wear comfortable clothing to the class; you may be working on the floor.

LEARNING RESOURCES/REQUIRED TEXTS:

Coursework materials will be provided. Bring pen for completing coursework. Optional: highlighter, notebook.

METHODS OF INSTRUCTION:

Lecture, discussions, experiential exercises, hands-on, practice scenarios, facilitated group work, Active Video Learning, electronic presentation

GENERAL COURSE GOALS:

Days 1 and 2 cover the curriculum content of the Primer, Elements, Elements+ and Advanced versions of the RIGHT RESPONSE Workshop. The course objectives are as follows:

  1. RIGHT RESPONSE ELEMENTS
    1. Prevention
      1. Our Stress- You will learn the definition of stress and recognize how we respond in a stressful situation.
      2. Optimal Performance Range- You will learn the stress cycle and that stress can elicit an Optimal Performance Range of response.
      3. Self Care- You will learn strategies to manage stress and help find an Optimal Performance Range.
    2. De-escalation
      1. De-escalation Process- You will learn an overview of the de-escalation process.
      2. Self- You will learn intervention strategies for applying the de-escalation process.
      3. Others- You will learn basic intervention strategies to use during an escalation.
      4. Environment- You will learn basic intervention strategies to use in the environment.
    3. Postvention
      1. Postvention Learning- You will learn how to analyze incidents to better manage them in the future.
    4. Physical Safety
      1. Basic Skills- You will learn basic movements, avoidance, repelling, and protection safety techniques.
      2. Releases- You will learn strategies to release from different types of assault and minimize injury.
  2. RIGHT RESPONSE ADVANCED
    1. Prevention
      1. Proactive Environments- You will learn the five components of Proactive Environments and how they can aid in prevention.
      2. Positive Behavior Support- You will assess and understand the functions of behavior and learn the principles of changing behavior.
    2. De-escalation
      1. Motivational Model- You will learn the internal and external motivators of an escalation and the corresponding responses for each motivation.
      2. Restabilization- You will learn why a person needs restabilization.
    3. Postvention
      1. Postvention Teaching- You will learn the principles for helping a person learn from the situation to help prevent future occurrences.
      2. Critical Debrief- You will learn how to analyze incidents in order to better manage them in the future.
    4. Physical Intervention
      1. Ethical Considerations- You will learn why ethical considerations must be made with the use of therapeutic physical intervention.
      2. Techniques- You will learn to maintain safety by using the appropriate level of therapeutic physical intervention and to recognize and avoid compromised safety.
      3. Release & Restabilization - You will learn restabilization and release techniques and will apply them to physical intervention.

Days 3 and 4 will prepare Instructor Candidates to conduct RIGHT RESPONSE Workshops. The candidates will learn techniques for facilitating and managing the variety of activities associated with conducting workshops. They will also learn how to conduct RIGHT RESPONSE Recertification Workshops in addition to the Tool Kit Physical Intervention Techniques.

The candidates will be expected to practice-teach sections of the curriculum and will receive feedback from attendees and Instructor Trainers. Candidates will receive information on maintaining their instructor certification and paperwork requirements for workshops taught.

SAMPLE COURSE AGENDA (see course planner for exact starting and ending times):

DAY 1
9:00 to 9:30 Instructor Trainer introductions, Introduction to course outline, Instructor Guide orientation
9:30 to 12:00 Introduction to RIGHT RESPONSE and Self-Awareness
12:00 to 1:00 LUNCH (on your own)
1:00 to 3:30 Proactive Environments, Positive Behavior Support
3:30 to 4:50 De-escalation and Practice Scenarios facilitation
4:50 to 5:00 Summary of Day One and Evaluations,
DAY 2
9:00 to 9:15 Questions and Review
9:15 to 11:15 Postvention
11:15 to 12:00 Ethical Considerations
12:00 to 1:00 LUNCH (on your own)
1:00 to 4:45 Physical Interventions
4:45 to 5:00 Summary of Day Two
DAY 3
9:00 to 9:30 Workshop Preparation, Preparation for Practice Teaching Sessions
9:30 to 12:00 Practice Teaching - Prevention
12:00 to 1:00 LUNCH (on your own)
1:00 to 2:00 Review paperwork and certification requirements, Review the Recertification Workbook
2:00-5:00 Practice Teaching - Prevention and De-escalation
DAY 4
9:00 to 9:10 Questions and Review
9:10 to 10:00 Cultural Considerations/Dealing with Difficult Workshop Attendees
10:00 to 11:00 Teach Toolkit
11:00 to 12:00 Physical Safety & Intervention Review / Practice Teaching
  1. Intervention Instruction Outline:
  2. Context (give a general context or purpose for using the intervention)
  3. Demonstration (show the whole technique)
  4. Fine points (break it down into the individual steps)
  5. Demonstration (show the whole technique again, maybe in more real-time speed)
  6. Questions on technique (only answer questions on the steps to quickly begin practice)
  7. Guided Practice (allow students to practice the intervention under your supervision)
  8. Notes (teach them to make notes once they are done practicing)
  9. General Questions (answer more involved questions or 'what-ifs' after students practiced)
12:00 to 1:00 LUNCH (on your own)
1:00 to 4:50 Practice Teaching - Physical Intervention/Safety
4:50 to 5:00 Wrap-up

This training is available at your location at your scheduling convenience as an Onsite option. Please contact us directly for support with hosting this training at your location.

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