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CCCC crisis intervention workshop draws community collegesí faculty, staff

12.05.2011College & CommunityContinuing Education

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CCCC crisis intervention workshop draws community collegesí faculty, staff

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Pam Roncone (left), Nonviolent Crisis Intervention Training instructor for the Crisis Prevention Institute, speaks with Anthony Thomas, Bladen Community College coordinator of Recruitment and Admissions, during an NCIT 'Train the Trainer' workshop Oct. 24-26 at Central Carolina Community College's Lee County Campus. Seventeen representatives from 13 community colleges participated in the workshop and were certified as NCIT trainers. They will go back to their campuses and share these skills with their faculty and staff. The goal is to have those working with students prepared with nonviolent crisis intervention skills to defuse crises that might result from an out-of-control student or other person on the campus.

CCCC crisis intervention workshop draws community collegesí faculty, staff

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Pam Roncone, Nonviolent Crisis Intervention Training instructor for the Crisis Prevention Institute, trains 17 representatives from 13 community colleges on NCIT at a three-day workshop Oct. 24-26 at Central Carolina Community College's Lee County Campus. The participants were certified as NCIT trainers to go back to their campuses and share these skills with their faculty and staff. The goal is to have those working with students prepared with nonviolent crisis intervention skills to defuse crises that might result from an out-of-control student or other person on the campus.

CCCC crisis intervention workshop draws community collegesí faculty, staff

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Justin Long (left), safety director for Piedmont Community College, and Amy Noel, dean of Student Services for Sampson Community College, study their workbooks during the Oct. 24-26 Nonviolent Crisis Intervention Training 'Train the Trainer' workshop at Central Carolina Community College's Lee County Campus. Seventeen representatives from 13 North Carolina community colleges were certified as NCIT trainers to go back to their campuses and share these skills with their faculty and staff. The goal is to have those working with students prepared with nonviolent crisis intervention skills to defuse crises that might result from an out-of-control student or other person on the campus.

CCCC crisis intervention workshop draws community collegesí faculty, staff

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Seventeen faculty and staff from 13 North Carolina community colleges gathered at Central Carolina Community College's Lee County Campus Oct. 24-26 for a 'Train the Trainer' workshop in Nonviolent Crisis Intervention Training. Among the materials available at the workshop were brochures summarizing principles of NCIT. Workshop participants were certified as NCIT trainers to go back to their campuses and share these skills with their faculty and staff. The goal is to have those working with students prepared with nonviolent crisis intervention skills to defuse crises that might result from an out-of-control student or other person on the campus.

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