Online Learning Center

Welcome to our Online Training Center!  Please scroll down a view the variety of online training programs we are offering to you at the click of a button.  Take advantage of the many benefits that our online training programs have to offer…

  • Reduces costs of lost productivity – online training is flexible and can be fit around an employee’s work schedule resulting in less time away from work.
  • Convenient – it allows staff to learn at the office or at home over a period of time and at a pace that best suits their individual learning style.
  • Reduce travel costs – no need to send staff away to off-site training programs.  No need to find substitutes for their work schedule.
  • Train any number of staff – online training allows any number of staff to learn at one time.
  • Consistency – online training delivers a consistent message which provides a more reliable learning experience and assessment among all staff.  This is especially important if organizations have more than one staff providing training and/or have facilities located in different areas.
  • Staff can learn at their own pace – online training allows students to learn the materials at their own speed.  Slow learners don’t miss out on pieces of material and fast learners are not held back.
  • Online learning can be used alone or in combination with other training delivery methods – trainers can break up their training agendas by having students take some of the course material online and the other in class.

Check out what people are saying about our online learning center:

“Our district was able to save $8,124.45 this year by using the Online Learning option to train our staff in SCM, not to mention the reduction in hours our SCM Instructors were pulled away from their regular duties and responsibilities.  JKM Training, Inc. has been extremely helpful and easily accessible during this transition (to online learning) for our district.  I would highly recommend the Online Learning option for other school districts” – Tonia Griffey, Director of Special Education, Hopkins County Kentucky Schools

“In the past year, we have utilized the SCM E-learning course for both our new staff and recertification of our experienced staff.  We are extremely pleased with the course content and have found it has helped to reduce staffing issues, as well as, been a much more cost effective method of training,  We plan in the next year to certify almost 1,000 our staff using this training method. I have had a great experience with JKM Training, Inc. and truly recommend the Safe Crisis Management course to other hospitals and agencies. Their staff is extremely helpful and the JKM Training products represent the best in the industry.” – Lisa Quigley, Director of Professional Education and Development, First Hospital, an Affiliate of Commonwealth Health

For Group Registration (discounts available) please contact:

Kimberly Matson, Ed.S, Director of Online Learning
kmatson@jkmtraining.com · 717-706-2745 · 866-960-4SCM

Click on a workshop below for more information:

SCM Staff Certification Training - Theory

To register for this course, please contact JKM Training, Inc. directly at 866.960.4SCM or email:  info@jkmtraining.com

This course includes all of the SCM Theory content. The online learning course does not teach or assess staff’s content knowledge or physical skills relating to implementation of SCM Emergency Safety Physical Interventions and Escapes.  If you would like a staff person certified in SCM Emergency Safety Physical Interventions, he/she must complete that part of the training with your organization’s SCM Instructor.  Staff must complete course with a score of 85% or higher in order to be certified in SCM Theory.

Course Format
This course can be taken in an unlimited number of sessions.  Staff can exit the course at any point and resume where they were last in the course.  The only exceptions include the section review quizzes and course test – these must be completed in one sitting.
Course Content Includes…

  • Rationale for Training
  • Understanding Individuals
  • Identifying & Understanding Behaviors of Concern
  • Universal Principles & Practices
  • Prevention Strategies
  • De-Escalation Strategies
  • Implementing Emergency Safety Interventions
  • Function-Based Behavior Support Planning
  • After Incident Procedures

Assessment:  Course Quizzes and test with a score of 85% or higher in order to be certified in SCM Theory.
Course Hours: 6.0 – 9.0
Price:  $119.95/person – Discounts available for multiple registrations – please see list below

Discounts:
11 to 50 users:                   $109.95/person
51 to 100 users:                 $94.95/person
101 to 150 users:              $79.95/person
151 to 200 users:              $69.95/person
201+ users:                         $69.95/person for first 200 users, $59.95/person for any additional.

Teaching SCM Emergency Safety Physical Interventions

  • The SCM Instructor should document the successful completion of staff’s SCM Online Theory Training which ideally, should be completed prior to receiving training on SCM Emergency Safety Physical Interventions.  Upon request, SCM Instructors can receive a copy of their staff’s course statistics.
  • If training SCM Floor Assists:  9 hours minimum time allotted, maximum instructor to participant ratio is 1:12.  (Actual time may vary depending on number of participants, content, number of instructors and skill level of participants.  Instructors must comply with all governing bodies.  The more training time allotted, the better the outcome will be).
  • If not training SCM Floor Assists:  6 hours minimum time allotted, maximum instructor to participant ratio is 1:12. (Actual time may vary depending on number of participants, content, number of instructors and skill level of participants.  Instructors must comply with all governing bodies.  The more training time allotted, the better the outcome will be). 
    • Participants must pass a physical skills test (minimum 85% proficiency) in order to use SCM.

SCM Initial Staff Certification Requirements (Full)
Staff must complete and score 85% or above on the SCM Initial Staff Training – Online Theory and the SCM Emergency Safety Physical Interventions skill-out test.

Benefits & Pricing:  Online SCM Initial Staff Training – Theory

  • Potential cost savings for organizations.  Organizations can save the cost for additional staff to fill-in for the employees who would otherwise be “in training”.
  • Potential time savings for the staff and instructors.  The online learning option allows for less time spent in the “training room” and more time available to job responsibilities.
  • Dedicated training time during which staff can focus, practice, and improve on the implementation of SCM Emergency Safety Physical Interventions & Escapes.
  • Allows more time for staff to review and improve knowledge and application of SCM Theory.
  • Allows for flexibility in completing the Online Course.  Staff may stop at any point during the online course and later resume at that stopping point.  A participant has 1 year from his/her last recertification or his/her initial certification to complete the course.

SCM Staff Recertification Training - Theory

To register for this course, please contact JKM Training, Inc. directly at 866.960.4SCM or email:  info@jkmtraining.com
This Online Learning course is for those that have been certified or recertified in SCM Staff Theory within the last calendar year. This course includes a review of the SCM content followed by a Test to assess staff’s knowledge. This online learning course does not teach or assess staff’s content knowledge or physical skills relating to implementing SCM Emergency Safety Physical Interventions and Escapes. If you would like a staff person recertified in SCM Emergency Safety Physical Interventions, he must complete that part of the training with your organization’s SCM Instructor.
Course Format
This course can be taken in an unlimited number of sessions.  Staff can exit the course at any point and resume where they were last in the course.  The only exceptions include the section review quizzes and the course test – these must be completed in one sitting.
Course Content Includes a Review of…

  • Rationale for Training
  • Understanding Individuals
  • Identifying & Understanding Behaviors of Concern
  • Universal Principles & Practices
  • Prevention Strategies
  • De-Escalation Strategies
  • Implementing Emergency Safety Interventions
  • Function-Based Behavior Support Planning
  • After Incident Procedures

Participant Criteria

  • Only staff currently certified to use Safe Crisis Management may take this course.
  • Staff must complete the SCM Staff Annual Recertification Training – Theory Online Learning course with a score of 85% or higher in order to be certified in SCM Theory.

Assessment:  Course Quizzes and test with a score of 85% or higher in order to be certified in SCM Theory.
Course Hours: 3.0 – 6.0
Price:  $59.95/person – Discounts available for multiple registrations – please see list below
Pricing Discounts:
11 to 50 users:                   $54.95/person
51 to 100 users:                 $49.95/person
101 to 150 users:              $44.95/person
151+ users:                         $39.95/person

Teaching SCM Emergency Safety Physical Interventions

  • The SCM Instructor should document the successful completion of staff’s SCM Online Theory Training which ideally, should be completed prior to receiving training on SCM Emergency Safety Physical Interventions.  Upon request, SCM Instructors can receive a copy of their staff’s course statistics.
  • If training SCM Floor Assists:  6 hours minimum time allotted, maximum instructor to participant ratio is 1:12.  (Actual time may vary depending on number of participants, content, number of instructors and skill level of participants.  Instructors must comply with all governing bodies.  The more training time allotted, the better the outcome will be).
  • If not training SCM Floor Assists:  3 hours minimum time allotted, maximum instructor to participant ratio is 1:12. (Actual time may vary depending on number of participants, content, number of instructors and skill level of participants.  Instructors must comply with all governing bodies.  The more training time allotted, the better the outcome will be). 
    • Participants must pass a physical skills test (minimum 85% proficiency) in order to use SCM.

SCM Staff Annual Recertification Requirements (Full)
Staff must complete and score 85% or above on the SCM Annual Recertification Staff Training – Theory and the SCM Emergency Safety Physical Interventions skill-out test.

Benefits & Pricing:  Online SCM Annual Recertification Staff Training – Theory

  • Potential cost savings for organizations.  Organizations can save the cost for additional staff to fill-in for the employees who would otherwise be “in training”.
  • Potential time savings for the staff and instructors.  The online learning option allows for less time spent in the “training room” and more time available to job responsibilities.
  • Dedicated training time during which staff can focus, practice, and improve on the implementation of SCM Emergency Safety Physical Interventions & Escapes.
  • Allows more time for staff to review and improve knowledge and application of SCM Theory.
  • Allows for flexibility in completing the Online Course.  Staff may stop at any point during the online course and later resume at that stopping point.  A participant has 1 year from his/her last recertification or his/her initial certification to complete the course.

Working with Challenging Behavior: Essential Skills and Strategies

(SCM Core Priniciples, Practices & Strategies.  Non-certification course)

Working with individuals with challenging behavior can range from frustrating to rewarding.  This course is designed to help staff understand and implement the elements and skills needed to be successful when working with individuals with challenging behaviors.
Those taking the course will learn about creating a healthy structured environment, positive approaches for communicating and establishing relationships with individuals, factors that can influence an individual’s behavior choices, escalating behavior, de-escalation and intervention strategies, and an approach to decreasing challenging behavior while increasing positive behaviors.
Assessment:  Course Quiz
Course Hours:  5.0
Price:  $129.95/person
Pricing Discounts:
11 to 50 users:                   $119.95/person
51 to 100 users:                 $104.95/person
101 to 150 users:              $89.95/person
151 to 200 users:              $79.95/person
201+ users:                         $79.95/person for first 200 users, $69.95/person for any additional.

Seclusion Training for Kentucky Educators

The purpose of this online learning course is to provide the user with information that is critical to the appropriate use of seclusion.  Information presented includes important factors to consider when using seclusion and best practice strategies to help personnel appropriately use seclusion as mandated by the Kentucky Administrative Regulation 704 KAR 7:160.  Seclusion topics include understanding the definition of and criteria for using seclusion, appropriately implementing seclusion, monitoring a student in seclusion, documenting an incident of seclusion, and the after-incident process (notifications and debriefing).
Programming and strategies designed for the prevention of seclusion are not covered in the scope of this course.  However, preventing and reducing incidents of seclusion should always be the priority goal.
The course is web-based and takes approximately one to two hours to complete.  The course does not have to be completed at one time.  A user can stop the course and restart at any time where he left off.  The course includes a 25-question test.  A Certificate of Successful Course Completion is immediately available for download for those scoring a minimum of 85% on the course test.
This course is approved for 2.0 EILA credits hours.
Assessment:  Course Quiz
Course Hours:  2.0
Price:  $29.95/person
Pricing Discounts:
51 to 100 users:                 $25.95/person
101 to 150 users:              $19.95/person
151+ users:                         $14.95/person

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and Behavior: The Basics

This course is intended for those who have minimal experience working with individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder. This course focuses on:

  • Understanding typical characteristics of individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Strategies and supports that tend to be effective in preventing and decreasing the frequency and intensity of behavior incidents
  • Strategies that tend to be effective when intervening during behavior incidents.

Assessment:  Course Quiz
Course Hours:  2.0
Price:  $49.95/person

Assessing For Safety Concerns & Managing Yourself

When a situation starts to escalate, staff need to know how to safely and quickly manage the situation. The content in this course focuses on two critical things staff should do when a situation begins to escalate:

  • Staff should assess the escalating individual and the immediate environment for safety concerns
  • Staff should assess and manage their own behaviors throughout the situation.

Assessment:  Course Quiz
Course Hours:  1.0
Price:  $45.95/person

Using Nonverbal & Para-Verbal Interventions

Depending on the situation and level of escalation, staff may be successful in redirecting the individual and diffusing the situation with Non-verbal and Para-verbal prompts. This course focuses on two of the lesser restrictive types of interventions:

  • How staff can use non-verbal cues and signals to re-direct behavior.
  • How staff can use their tone, rate and volume of voice to potentially diffuse an escalated situation.

Assessment:  Course Quiz
Course Hours:  1.0
Price:  $45.95/person

Responding to Oppositional and Aggressive Behavior

Oppositional Behaviors and Aggressive Behaviors typically require all staff consistently respond using a pre-planned procedure. This course focuses on examples of strategies and supports that can be used when preventing and intervening with individuals demonstrating Oppositional Behaviors and/or Aggressive Behaviors.
Assessment:  Course Quiz
Course Hours:  1.0
Price:  $45.95/person

Strategies for Individuals with Special Needs

There are some individuals for whom more common strategies may be frustrating and ineffective. These individuals may respond better to strategies such as Visual Schedules and Video Self-Modeling. This course focuses on examples of strategies and supports that can be used based on an individual’s needs.
Assessment:  Course Quiz
Course Hours:  1.0 hours
Price:  $45.95/person

Using Verbal Interventions

Depending on the situation and level of escalation, staff may be successful in redirecting the individual and diffusing the situation with verbal prompts. The content in this course focuses on how staff can use verbal prompts and directives to potentially diffuse an escalated situation.
Assessment:  Course Quiz
Course Hours:  2.0
Price:  $45.95/person

Understanding Behaviors of Concern

This course focuses on behavior characteristics, when intervention is most effective, and how to respond professionally. Included are: the phases of the Behavior Cycle & Behavior Curve, types of aggression & corresponding behaviors, oppositional defiant behaviors & power struggles, and insult behavior as a common trap that invites staff to engage in counter aggressive behaviors.
Assessment:  Course Quiz
Course Hours: 2.0
Price:  $49.95/person

Group Interactions and Bullying

The content of this course focuses on two areas: #1. Understanding group roles so that staff can predict, understand, and positively influence the group’s or individual’s behavior #2. Understanding bullying roles in The Bullying Cycle and how to intervene (Includes content from Olweus Bullying Prevention Program Teacher Guide: Reprinted by permission of Hazelden Foundation)
Assessment:  Course Quiz
Course Hours: 1.0
Price:  $45.95/person

The Impact of Development on Behavior Choices

The content in this course focuses on how individuals’ behavior choices can be influenced by dysfunctional growth and development. Dysfunctional growth and development often manifests itself through inappropriate and, eventually, delinquent behavior. Trust, security, and attachment must exist for normal growth and development to occur. Individuals that have not experienced trust, security and attachment often display behavior that is confusing and frustrating for staff. Understanding the causes and impact of dysfunctional growth and development puts staff in a better position to help these individuals succeed.
Assessment:  Course Quiz
Course Hours: 1.0
Price:  $45.95/person

Variables Influencing Behavior Choices

All individuals must cope with stress and anxiety. Individuals make different behavior choices in order to cope. The inability to cope appropriately typically escalates a situation. The content of this course focuses on variables that influence an individual’s behavior choices and strategies staff can use to facilitate appropriate coping.
Assessment:  Course Quiz
Course Hours: 1.0
Price:  $49.95/person

 

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