Setting Limits that Work
Preventing Power Struggles
Function: Understanding the Why…
Behavior Supports for Paras
How to Engage the Attention Challenged Child
Verbal De-escalation Techniques
    2 day full course
    1 day refresher course
    Team Practice Sessions
Teambuilding Games
Mandt System Training
2015-16 Training Dates
July 14, 2015
July 13-14, 2015
July 7, 2015
September 22, 2015 September 22-23, 2015 September 15, 2015
February 23, 2016 February 23-24, 21016 February 9, 2016
All Trainings are held from 8:30am to 4:00pm
Participants in Mandt System Training learn verbal and physical ways to de-escalate aggressive behaviors.  Other expectations from the course include: 
*Learn how to deal with the crisis cycle
*Improve communication skills
*Learn appropriate physical interaction skills
*Understand liability and legal issues
Basic Level Training is a one-day training designed for those who interact on a daily basis with people who, for the most part, are cooperative.  The importance of de-escalating and interacting with people is promoted. 
Intermediate Level Training is a two-day training designed for those who interact on a daily basis with people who may become uncooperative and or confused.  This training provides interpersonal interaction and physical skills for use in most situations.
Recertification training is to add to the skills base of each participant to make sure there is consistency in the techniques promoted in Basic and Intermediate Trainings.  To recertify Basic Level Training, participants will need to attend ½ day.  Those recertifying Intermediate Level Training will attend the full day.  Certification does need to be renewed annually.
HPEC Mandt Trainers
Tonya Martin, Ulysses Interrelated Teacher
Mike Burnett, HPEC Behavior Interventionist
Matt Haslett, HPEC Assessment Specialist