Self-Protection.

“Trainer the Trainer Certification Course And In House Facility Line Staff Training Program”

TJA Protection-Systems International

Click here to learn about TJA Non Violent Self Protection Training and Certification for Health Care Professionals working in Hospitals, Nursing Homes, Assisted Living, Life Plan Communities, Drug and Alcohol Treatment Centers, Psychiatric Units or Hospitals,Sub A Cute and Short Term Stay, Adult Day Care, Home Health Care, Hospice, Rehab Facilities or Centers, etc.

This course and certification is recommended for all line staff and health care professionals: Nurses, Social Workers, Medical Directors, Physicians, Pharmacist, Psychiatrist, Case Managers, Admissions, Activity Professionals, Rehab Professionals, Nursing Assistants, Home Health Aides, Personal Care Assistants, Management, Security, Maintenance, Housekeeping, Dietary Workers, Discharge Planners, Case Managers, Admissions, Geriatric Care Managers, etc.

COURSE INFORMATION:

Comprehensive Non-Violent Self-Protection Certification Training for Health Care Professionals and Line-staff™

Train the Trainer COURSE PROFILE
see http://www.tjapsi.com/hcpnvsp.htm

This three to four day "Train-the-Trainer" certification course is specifically designed and developed for Healthcare Professionals. Recommended for hospitals, nursing homes, assisted living, Life Plan Communities, adult day care, psychiatric facilities, hospice, home care agencies, rehab centers and drug/alcohol facilities. The Train the Trainer Course is designed to provide a comprehensive curriculum to instruct the TJA Non-Violent Self-Protection© basic certification program to facility line staff. This thoroughly researched and realistic training program fully addresses the contemporary issues and liability conditions facing health care professionals when dealing with verbally and physically combative patients, family members and visitors.

The comprehensive course provides the necessary tools and information for personal safety of all persons present during a violent incident, providing quality patient care as well as protecting, expensive vital equipment in the health care environment. This "fully backed in court" certification program additionally provides a comprehensive, nationally based use of force policy for health care facility implementation. "The program delivers a multi- staff approach to the effective management of potentially dangerous conditions in any healthcare setting.

THERAPEUTIC CONTROL with the Emergency Response Belt®
Train the Trainer Certification Course
see http://www.tjapsi.com/erb.htm

COURSE PROFILE: This day & half (12 hour)
"train-the-trainer"certification course is specifically designed and developed for mental health, psychiatric care and ER professionals. It is highly recommended for staff working in hospitals, nursing homes, assisted living, Life Plan Communities, adult day care, psychiatric facilities, hospice, home care agencies, rehab centers, mental health and drug/alcohol rehab facilities. The “Train the Trainer” Course is designed to provide a comprehensive ERB curriculum to instruct the TJA Therapeutic Control © basic certification program with use and applications of the 22 year, high acclaimed safe, tough cloth, Emergency Response Belt® to line staff. A thoroughly researched and realistic, high retention training ERB program it fully addresses physically confrontational conditions facing mental health care professionals. This “fully backed in court” certification program additionally provides a nationally based self-protection and use of force policy with the ERB® for mental health staff and facility implementation. "The program delivers a multi-staff approach to the effective management of potentially dangerous conditions in any mental health setting."

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FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION CONTACT:
Thomas J Archambault, President – Chief Instructor
A Division of TJA PROTECT SYSTEMS INTERNATIONAL
1301 SW 4th Court, Cape Coral, FL 33991-2858
Phone: 239-281-5181
E-mail: tom@tjaPSI.com
Website: www.tjaPSI.com

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