Could your team benefit from learning techniques to prevent, de-escalate and respond to resident to staff aggression? If so, get them (and yourself) registered for the in-person training on May 12th in Wichita. Choose between a morning or afternoon training session. This Long-Term Care Resident to Staff Aggression: Prevention and Response training opportunity isn’t just for nursing staff. Employees from all departments and roles will benefit.
The NO COST training is supported by an OSHA Susan Harwood Targeted Training Grant. The training is designed specifically for long-term care employees. All attendees will receive a certificate of completion and those licensed in Kanas may be eligible for CE credits.
The number from each organization that can attend is not limited, but spaces in each session are so get registered today! For more information or to get registered, visit Resident To Staff Aggression Training (leadingagekansas.org) or contact Stephanie Gfeller (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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