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RIGHT RESPONSE Instructor Recertification Course


Description:

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

This 3.5 hour course is designed to act as a refresher for currently certified Instructors. The course will take you through a review of all versions of RIGHT RESPONSE, allowing for questions to be addressed. Paperwork procedures will be reviewed. You will practice teach a section of RIGHT RESPONSE in order to obtain feedback on your teaching as well as to review the curriculum. Any revisions or changes that have been made will also be discussed. A review of Physical Safety skills will be completed, with each Instructor demonstrating those skills. You will be given advanced information on at least one subject. This may be in the form of a research-based article or book for further reading.

The instructor of this workshop will be evaluating each attendee on knowledge and delivery of the RIGHT RESPONSE curriculum. (See below for evaluation sheet)

Audience:

Current Advanced or Elements certified RIGHT RESPONSE instructors

Hours: 3.5

Upcoming Schedule:

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Learning Resources:

RIGHT RESPONSE Instructor Recertification Course Evaluation Sheet

Name of attendee: ____________________    Date of workshop:______________
Topic taught: _________________________________________________________
Physical Safety Skill taught:______________________________________________
Rate the attendee on the following skills (1 = needs improvement, 5 = excellent)

Knowledge of RIGHT RESPONSE topic taught:      1    2    3    4    5
Appropriate references made to RIGHT RESPONSE Philosophy or 3 guiding principles:     1    2    3    4    5
Appropriate answers to questions from class during Teaching Assignment:    1    2    3    4    5
Classroom management during Teaching Assignment: 1    2    3    4    5
Accurate instruction of Physical Safety Skills:    1    2    3    4    5
Accurate demonstration of Physical Safety Skills:    1    2    3    4    5
Additional comments:
Final evaluation:
Pass (Attendee recertified as RIGHT RESPONSE Instructor): ________ Level? ________
Further information needed in order for attendee to achieve recertification as RIGHT RESPONSE Instructor: _________
Assignment given:
Date to be completed: ___________________
Name of RIGHT RESPONSE Instructor Trainer
 
Teaching Assignments
(Instructor will be stopped at time limit from Instructor Guide or at 10 minutes)
__________    Page 4: Philosophy
__________    Page 10: Optimal Performance Range
__________    Page 14: Cognitive Distortions
__________    Page 43: Expectations
__________    Page 47: Positive Behavior Support Introduction
__________    Page 50: Functional Assessment
__________    Page 67: Standards of Implementation


Teaching Assignments for Physical Safety Skills
(Instructor is to teach as if in a class)
__________    Basic Position, Lateral Step, Pivot Step, Back Pedal
__________    Repelling
__________    Releases from Bites and Scratches
__________    Releases from chokes (both types)
__________    One Person One Arm Escort and One Person Cross Arm Escort
__________    Rear Two Person Escort
__________    Floor Hold
 

Description: This 3.5 hour course is designed to act as a refresher for currently certified Instructors.

Pricing:

This 4 Instructor Recertification Course costs $199. (Remember there is no charge for recertification via independent test method.)

Attendance Prerequisites: Instructor Recertification can be obtained by either attending an Instructor Recertification Course conducted by Service Alternatives or by passing an Instructor Recertification written test. An Instructor must recertify: (a) any time during which an Instructor holds a current Advanced Instructor Certificate or an Elements Instructor Certificate; or (b) during but no later than the ninety (90) days grace period after expiration of the Advanced Instructor Certification or the Elements Instructor Certification ("Grace Period"). Failure to recertify at one of the previously mentioned times will result in retaking an Instructor Certification Course at the Licensee's expense without the option to recertify.

Attendance Requirements:

Learning Resources/Required Texts: Please bring your RIGHT RESPONSE Instructor Guide

Minimum Enrollment: 1

Maximum Enrollment: 7

Certification: Yes

Physical Activity: Yes

Scheduling Options:

The Instructor Recertification Course lasts 3.5 hours for both Elements and Advanced Instructors.

For exact schedule, please inquire.

Upcoming Schedule:

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Training Objectives:

Please bring your RIGHT RESPONSE Instructor Guide

1.    Introduction/Welcome (5 minutes)

2.    What questions/concerns have come up for you? (10 minutes)
a.    Ask the class what questions or concerns have come up in the last year.
b.    Write the questions on the flipchart so they can be addressed throughout the course.

3.    Review paperwork procedures. (5 minutes)
a.    Ask class if they have questions regarding paperwork that needs to be submitted to Service Alternatives. Review if needed:
i.    Training Certification Sheet
ii.    Participation Agreement
iii.    Roster
1.    Review how to fill this out.
2.    There are 2 types of rosters: internal attendees & participants and external participants.
3.    If there are external participants, payment (or a PO#) must be included with the roster.
iv.    Evaluations
1.    There are 2: pre-workshop survey and post-workshop survey.

 
4.    Review each section (answering questions that have come up).  (3 hours)
Include advanced information on one subject (i.e. further studies done on stress or further information on paralanguage, bring a copy of an article, etc).
Review with class the following sections. Have each attendee sign up to teach one section from Teaching Assignment sheet (attached).  For each section that an attendee teaches, have the class provide feedback to that attendee.
The Electronic Presentation page numbers are indicated by each subject.
This will also be the time to introduce any new/revised material.  
a.    Introduction/Philosophy (On Teaching Assignment Sheet. Instructor will make sure someone has been assigned to teach this section.)
i.    Different versions
ii.    Philosophy and 3 Guiding Principles
b.    Basic Prevention
i.    Stress
ii.    Optimal Performance Range (On Teaching Assignment Sheet. Review if no one has been assigned to teach.)
iii.    Cognitive Distortions (On Teaching Assignment Sheet. Review if no one has been assigned to teach.)
c.    Basic De-escalation
i.    Self Assessment, including paralanguage
ii.    Avoiding unnecessary triggers
iii.    Basic Principles
iv.    Questions on Active Video Learning? (Review one example of teaching using Active Video Learning)
d.    Basic Postvention
i.    Any questions?
e.    Basic Physical Safety
i.    Are there specific questions?
ii.    Basic Position (On Teaching Assignment Sheet. Review if no one has been assigned to teach.)
iii.    Lateral Step, Pivot Step, Back Pedal (On Teaching Assignment Sheet. Review if no one has been assigned to teach.)
iv.    Avoidance Techniques using the 3 previous steps
v.    Repelling (On Teaching Assignment Sheet. Review if no one has been assigned to teach.)
vi.    Protection
vii.    Releases (Some Releases on Teaching Assignment Sheet. Review what has not been assigned to teach.)
If there are any Elements instructors, they may leave at this time.
f.    Advanced Prevention
i.    Proactive Environment
1.    Safety
2.    Expectations (On Teaching Assignment Sheet. Review if no one has been assigned to teach.)
3.    Communication
4.    Teachable Moments
5.    Unconditional Support
ii.    Positive Behavior Support
1.    Introduction (On Teaching Assignment Sheet. Review if no one has been assigned to teach.)
2.    Function Assessment (On Teaching Assignment Sheet. Review if no one has been assigned to teach.)
3.    “Fair Pair”
4.    Positive and Negative Reinforcement
g.    Advanced De-escalation
i.    Motivational Model
ii.    Restabilization
h.    Advanced Postvention
i.    Postvention teaching
i.    Advanced Physical Safety
i.    Ethical considerations (On Teaching Assignment Sheet. Review if no one has been assigned to teach.)
ii.    Property damage
iii.    Are there specific questions on techniques?
iv.    One person Escorts (On Teaching Assignment Sheet. Review if no one has been assigned to teach.)
v.    Rear Two Person Escort (On Teaching Assignment Sheet. Review if no one has been assigned to teach.)
vi.    Chair Holds
vii.    Couch Hold

5.    Tool Kit (10-30 minutes)
a.    Are there any questions from the tool kit?
b.    Floor Hold (Review if applicable or have someone teach)
c.    Wall Hold (Review if applicable)

6.    Final questions (10 minutes)

7.    Close/Thanks for Coming (5 minutes)
 

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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