2021 - 2022


ESU 13 Staff Development Services (84-002.05A)
By using Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® training as part of a comprehensive crisis prevention and intervention plan, participants can learn how to defuse challenging and disruptive behavior before an incident escalates to a crisis situation. Successful implementation leads to a change in organizational culture, a change in adult professional behavior, and a change in staff relationships with both service users and stakeholders.
ESU Staff

Aquestt Tenets
  • Positive Partnerships, Relationships, and Success
Funding Sources
  • District Funds (Contract, Consortium, or Other District Dollars)

Schools Involved this Service  
* Shading indicates service has been used. Other entities have planned implementations.

Value of Service  
ESU Investment

33

hours at $0.00 per hour

This total represents the investment ESU 13 has made supporting this service.

 
School Savings

ESU cost of 33 less 33 passed on to schools.