PCM training is a comprehensive, safe, and effective crisis management system designed for parents, school staff, and human service professionals to utilize with children, adolescents, and adults with special needs. PCM was developed by Neil Fleisig, MS, CBA and is regulated by the Professional Crisis Management Association (PCMA). PCM has emerged out of over 20 years of experience in treating severely aggressive individuals in home, school, hospital, and residential settings.
PCM places an emphasis on prevention, de-escalation, intervention, and post crisis intervention strategies resulting in a decrease in the occurrence of crisis behavior. Class sizes range from 4 to 10 participants.
|Certification Type||Duration of Initial Course||Nonphysical Inventions||Personal Safety||Transportation Procedures||Vertical Immobilization||Horizontal Immobilization|
|Basic Practitioner||6 hours||X|
|Practitioner Level 1||18 hours||X||X||X||X|
|Practitioner Level 2||22 hours||X||X||X||X||X|
Annual recertification is required for all levels of certification and is offered by Lifespan Behavior Services, LLC.
|Recertification Type||Duration of Course|
|Basic Practitioner||3 hours|
|Practitioner Level 1||7 hours|
|Practitioner Level 2||7 hours|
|Certification Type||Price per Participant for Initial Training||Price per Participant for Recertification Training|
|Retraining of Any Level||$45||$45.00|
PCM Retraining is available for individuals who have failed the written and/or practical tests of any PCM class (Initial or Annual Re-certification courses). The Professional Crisis Management Association (PCMA) determines if the person is eligible to be retrained.
Contact Us to Register for an Upcoming Training
Contact, Angelle Hillygus, Certified PCM Trainer, at
(352) 559-2539 ext. 101 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Trainings are available at our clinic or can be scheduled at your location.