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TCI Two-Day Update: Post-Crisis Response Day 1
October 1, 2018 @ 4:00 am - 12:00 pm EDT$675
Presenters: Cornell University Trainers
Workshop time: 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. (registration: 7:45 – 8:00 a.m.)
Location: Duken Building (Plattsburgh City School District), 49 Broad Street, Plattsburgh, NY 12901
Cost: $675 per participant
TCI-Cornell-Post Crisis Response Application – pdf will open in a new tab
**Registration maximum = 25 participants**
NOTE: All registrants will need to register in WinCap Web PD for the CVES registration AND register with Cornell University by completing the above application and sending it to Alissa Medero at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you wish to attend this workshop, you must also register through WinCap. This will make it easier for you to track your Professional Development hours. To begin, please create a WinCap guest account (see PDF below for instructions). Then, you can sign in to the WinCapWeb Professional Development Catalog, and register for a workshop.
This update is a two-day program for current TCI certified trainers. The TCI Post-Crisis Response (TCI-PCR) update provides materials to assist TCI certified trainers in designing and implementing the TCI Post-Crisis Multilevel Response Model (PCR). Topics include, how to address the emotional needs staff may have when managing aggressive clients; how the supervisor, after crisis incidents reflecting, can support front line staff; and utilizing the Post-Crisis Multilevel Response Model (immediate debriefing, LSI, documentation, incident review with staff, and team review).
Participants will be able to:
- Analyze the effect of a crisis on staff members and the organization
- Demonstrate immediate debriefing strategies
- Use the LSI process more effectively with the youth after crisis
- Use documentation to assist in the post-crisis response
- Demonstrate the incident review process with the staff member(s)
- Demonstrate the incident review process with the team
- Demonstrate the incident review process with the team, using the incident report and the individual crisis management plan (ICMP)
- Develop an implementation plan for the post-crisis multilevel response system
Day 1 provides an overview of the TCI System and focuses on the importance of the supervisor and the post-crisis multilevel response. Participants practice immediate debriefing of staff members and learn how to provide direct supervision to front line staff. Participants also practice all of the physical intervention techniques.
Day 2 continues with a demonstration and practice session on conducting incident reviews with staff members, using critical incident reports and ICMP’s, and facilitating a team/unit review. Participants have the opportunity to develop an implementation plan for instituting the post-crisis multilevel response system in their own organizations. All participants are tested with written and competency based tests in order to apply for re-certification.
Participants who successfully complete the update receive a TCI Post-Crisis Response reference guide, an activity guide, a corresponding student workbook and a CD containing the PowerPoint™ presentation to use in their direct training.