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Published on March 7, 2014

Author: bberry14

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PSYK 476: Training and Development: PSYK 476: Training and Development Professional Crisis Assault Training My Topic: My Topic Professional Assault Crisis Training aka Pro-ACT Evading Danger/Assault Crisis De-escalation Restraints Every day behaviors that reduce the possibility of assault Why Pro-ACT?: Why Pro-ACT? Crisis Situations are common in Social Service settings PRO-ACT training is both informational and hands-on Pro-ACT training helps employees feel safe and prepared Findings: Findings Assessment: Response to a Strategic Plan Assessment Pre-test is provided by Pro-ACT Design: Content is designed for the trainer by Pro-ACT Trainer can alter some content (visual aids, videos, etc ) Findings Continued: Findings Continued Development: Trainer reviews and tests material prior to training Implementation: Provides trainees with materials Presents learning objectives established by Pro-ACT Provides trainees guidelines to use during practice Findings Continued: Findings Continued Evaluate: Post-Test Measures Kirkpatrick’s Level Two: Learning Recommendations: Recommendations Use face-to-face interviews to ensure Pro-ACT still meets employee needs Improve Self-Efficacy: Peer Support Meetings Ensure Reliability of pre-test by test/retest Ensure Validity of evaluation by Face Validity Supervisors attend home visits to ensure transfer of training (ensure implementation of everyday behavior adjustments taught in training) Conclusion: Conclusion Pro-ACT was implemented at BCS as a response to employee safety concerns Pro-ACT provides hands-on training to social workers at BCS Pro-ACT training modules are developed and designed by Pro-ACT and used by BCS BCS may want to adjust their assessment to ensure the training still meets employee needs, along with some of the recommendations mentioned.

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