Ce-Classes.com Helps Healthcare Agencies Handle Aggressive Clients in a Humane and Dignified Manner
Ce-Classes.com announces the creation of a new course that will assist healthcare and substance abuse agencies handle aggressive clients in a humane and dignified manner.
(PRWEB) May 31, 2014
Ce-Classes.com announces the creation of a new ce course that will assist healthcare and substance abuse agencies handle aggressive clients in a humane and dignified manner. The online course will also help agencies in the process to pass accreditation audits from OSHA JCAHO and CARF, or state licensing agencies.
The new course, Aggression Control: Recognition, Proactive Approaches and Diffusion, was created to help health care agencies control aggression in clients. The course defines aggression and details the various types of aggression. Facts about workplace violence are discussed including the types, incidence and consequences of workplace violence. The course then goes on to discuss both warning signs and common triggers for aggressive behavior. Prevention strategies are reviewed as well as strategies for diffusion of aggressive situations as they are occurring including what to do when responding to an aggressive or violent client. The course ends with what to do after an incident of aggression or violence has occurred, including instructions for documentation.
Ce-classes.com helps companies and agencies that provide mental health and/or substance abuse services meet their accreditation and state licensing criteria. It accomplishes this task by providing employees with the training required by OSHA, CARF, JCAHO and State Licensing Boards. Administrators can monitor employee compliance with mandatory training with a few clicks of the mouse. Specialized courses can be based on the policies and procedures of their company. Through these courses and trainings, employees can undergo complete training that will improve their job-specific competencies. Moreover, the company has also developed a resource that can help agencies track staff development thereby ensuring compliance for their upcoming audits.
"We are happy to include this course in our library," said Ron Black, president Ce-classes.com. "This course enhances our comprehensive system and will hopefully assist Healthcare agencies to prevent violence in the workplace and help the agencies to meet accreditation standards, allowing them to focus on their mission: helping people get healthy."
The South Florida-based company offers over 300 Continuing Education CE courses that are especially designed to meet the needs of its licensed professionals as well as the state relicensing requirements. The company has also developed comprehensive training and supervision programs in various disciplines such as clinical social workers, professional counselors, psychologists, nurses, school psychologists, addiction professionals, CAPs, marriage and family therapists and other health care professionals. Courses can be found on a variety of subjects, including ethics, laws and rules, substance abuse, ADHD, and domestic violence. The CE courses are utilized by professionals in the United States, Canada and worldwide.
CE-Classes.com is committed to helping individuals earn CE credits in the most efficient, easiest, and most cost-effective way possible. For over 15 years, the company has provided online CE courses, live seminars and webinars that are approved for various health care professionals for continuing education credits by a number of state and national boards. CE-Classes.com serves a wide social workers. Individuals are given the option to choose between purchasing one or two courses or saving money by choosing the Unlimited Online Courses Package for a year.
The company possesses multiple accreditations such as American Psychological Association (APA), Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB), National Board of Certified Counselors (NBCC), and National Association of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors (NADACC). The courses offered by CE-Classes.com are accepted nationwide.
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