16-hour Client Curriculum
Who is the “Client”?
The term “Client” is used to encompass a broad range of people from school students to patients in a care setting, and anyone who can benefit from learning conflict management skills.
Why a curriculum for clients?
Teaching conflict management skills directly to clients will help organizations, communities, and clients work together to create a culture of safety.
We all know the benefits of having everyone learn a universal approach to basic first aid.
View the Client Curriculum as a universal approach to emotional first aid. Win/Win
Clients learn conflict management skills that include:
- Learning “how-to” garner self-control
- Learning “how-to” ask for help when in a state of distress
What is the curriculum?
There are 16 one-hour Units that are divided into four topic areas.
Each topic area has a beginning and end. If clients are unable to attend all 16-classes, they will still be able to have closure for each topic discussed.
(4-hours) – Topic 1– Self-control – Pause & Exhale
(4-hours) – Topic 2– Preventative Strategies – Keep it Safe
(4-hours) – Topic 3– Personal Safety – Make Yourself Safe
(4-hours) – Topic 4– Scene Safety – Turn Your Day Around
Who can be a Certified Instructor of this Client Curriculum?
Anyone in an organization that would like to facilitate the Client Curriculum; teachers, group leaders, therapists, peer-mentors, counselors and clients are just a few examples.
How to become a Certified Instructor of the Client Curriculum?
1. For Organizations already incorporating Response Crisis Intervention Training for staff
– Attend a 1-day seminar to learn how to facilitate the Client Curriculum.
2. Organizations that are not currently incorporating the Response Crisis Intervention Training for staff
-Attend a 2-day seminar
- Day 1- learn the Response Protocol
- Day 2 – learn how to facilitate the Client Curriculum.
*Contact us to set up a Client-based Instructor Seminar at your site and for fee information.