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      CPI Flex Training - April 16, 2020 in Brookfield

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      April 16, 2020

      Thursday   4:30 PM

      2400 Pilgrim Square Drive
      Brookfield, Wisconsin

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      CPI Flex Training - April 16, 2020

      CPI training provides staff with tools to be proactive with escalating behaviors. Training is approved by Wisconsin DPI and meets the requirements for Wisconsin Act 125. CPI training has an online session that should take approximately 2 hours to complete, followed by a 3-hour classroom session. The Learner's Guide Book is provided to participants to support their online learning at the in-person training. Physical interventions are taught in the classroom session only. Participants should attend the classroom portion of the training prepared to discuss and apply concepts and models from online training.   Frequently Asked Questions:  Q: How long does my certification last? A: Certification now lasts 2 years, although, in order to ensure your certification does not lapse, you should recertify about 18-20 months after your last certification. Q: How can I look up when my certification expires? A: CPI Certification Lookup Q: What is the difference between FLEX training, initial training, and refresher training? A: Instead of having separate initial and refresher training, all employees will complete the FLEX training (2 hours of online training and 3 hours in person). Q: Can staff who are not special education case managers or teaching assistants attend training? A: Yes, non-special education staff will earn a total of 5 professional learning hours for the course. Special Ed Teachers, School Psychologists, Social Workers, Speech Pathologists, Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists are required to maintain their certification as part of their terms of employment. Special Ed teaching assistants are also required to maintain their certification but will receive hourly compensation. Q: What new training can I expect? A: Based on your feedback, we have an increased focus on prevention and postvention which are linked to other district initiatives, including:  (Link) (Ross Greene's Work - Link) Understanding Act 125 and documenting for restraint and seclusion

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