Are you a care worker that faces the risk of violence during your work day? Do you have the tools and training needed to de-escalate unpredictable and potentially dangerous situations?
Injuries arising from acts of violence or aggression are one of the leading injury–types among continuing care workers. These types of situations can often be avoided or managed by using current and leading-practice violence prevention skills and techniques.
Taking a violence prevention workshop will help make you and your workplace safer!
Led by an expert health care facilitator, the Provincial Violence Prevention Curriculum, delivered by SafeCare BC, will teach you how to prevent and de-escalate potentially violent situations in the workplace and how you can protect yourself in the event of a behavioural crisis.
Due to COVID-19, SafeCare BC is now running the regular 8-hour virtual workshops through Zoom.
To attend these sessions, the learner must have:
Webcam (will be on during the course)
Quiet space to learn
Fast internet connection.
E-Learning modules are available on the Learning Hub, if needed.
A:This workshop is recommended for anyone who works in a health care setting, including people in roles that do not provide direct care.
Q:How do I access the prerequisites?
A:You can access the prerequisites through the Learning Hub which is operated by the Provincial Health Services Authority. Copy this link into your browser to log in: https://learninghub.phsa.ca/Courses/7558/provincial-violence-prevention-for-medium-and-high-risk-departments-8-modules.
These modules should be completed in advance of attending the workshop.
Q:How do I request a private workshop?
A:Email firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information: 1) the requested workshop, 2) how many potential participants and, 3) three potential workshop dates (ideally 4-6 weeks out from the request date).