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Verbal Defense & Influence – Carolina Beach, NC (Instructor Certification)

Verbal Defense & Influence – Carolina Beach, NC (Instructor Certification)
Event on 2017-03-28 08:00:00
Point-Of-Impact Non-Escalation, De-Escalation and Crisis Intervention Tactics for Our Nations Guardians  Four-Day Instructor Certification Normal price of this class is ,497, however, this summer you can register for 7 when you pay with a credit card only.  [Registration details as well as lodging and travel details at the bottom of this page] Important: There is an online pre-work component that must be completed prior to attending this class.  Download official Training Announcement  —————- Summary This four-day course certifies participants as Verbal Defense & Influence™ (VDI) Instructors so, upon successful completion, they can teach VDI within their organization. VDI is a point-of-impact conflict management training program. Practitioners of VDI have the knowledge and skills to reduce the frequency of conflict (non-escalation) in their interactions with others and, when a situation escalates, respond in an effective manner to de-escalate the conflict — instead of reacting impulsively. The principles of VDI, which have been taught worldwide for more than 30 years, are grounded in academic research and real-world application. The structured framework, in which these principles have been synthesized, makes the course material easy to learn, remember and apply — and simple to teach. Verbal Defense & Influence is a program of Vistelar, a global consulting and training institute focused on addressing the entire spectrum of human conflict at the point of impact. Vistelar’s vision is to make the world safer by teaching everyone HOW to treat each other with dignity by showing them respect.   —————- Course Benefits Verbal Defense & Influence’s field-proven, HOW-TO methodology has been shown to provide the following benefits: Personal Reduced interpersonal conflict Increased self-confidence and persuasion skills Enhanced physical safety Improved work, family and social relationships  Organizational Reduced complaints, liability and injuries Improved performance, morale and workplace safety Better team cooperation and collaboration Lower workplace stress levels  Legal Reduced threat of litigation Less use-of-force incidents Improved post-incident reporting Better matching of report with video record  Emotional Less escalation of conflict to emotional/physical violence Improved ability to engage in difficult conversations Increased competence in addressing verbal abuse and bullying Enhanced psychological well-being A key goal of Verbal Defense & Influence is to keep front-line staff personally, organizationally, legally and emotionally safer during and following conflict. —————- Who Should Attend The VDI program was originally designed for law enforcement professionals and is taught by professional trainers with extensive law enforcement backgrounds (see biography below of Gary Klugiewicz, the instructor for this course). However, individuals from other professions who face point-of-impact conflict (e.g., corrections, private security, healthcare, education, customer service, military, public transit, utilities) are also encouraged to attend. As stated in the Final Report of the President's Task Force on 21st Century Policing:  “law enforcement culture should embrace a Guardian (AKA "ethical protector”) — rather than a warrior — Mindset to build trust and legitimacy both within agencies and with the public.” Teaching the HOW of developing such a mindset is an important goal of this course. However, this mindset is essential for every profession that deals with conflict at the point of impact — not just police. Another key recommendation of the 21st Century Policing Report is the adoption of Procedural Justice (where the perceived fairness of the process — how people are treated — is as important as perceived fairness of the outcome) and Community Engagement (where trust-building, non-enforcement activities are supported). Teaching the HOW of such adoption is another important goal of this course and, like the Guardian Mindset, all professions facing conflict should know these Hows. Therefore, all professionals will gain great benefit from this course. In addition, when both are present, class discussions and training exercises are far more valuable because different perspectives are shared — an outcome made possible by the use of Vistelar’s proprietary Emotionally Safe Performance-Driven Instruction™ (see description below). —————- What You’ll Learn  Verbal Defense & Influence is a comprehensive, structured methodology for how to effectively: Manage conflict and crisis at the point of impact Implement Procedural Justice / Community Engagement Develop a Guardian Mindset Students learn how to perform Vistelar's ten elements of effective communication under pressure: 1) Be Alert & Decisive / Respond, Don’t React; 2) Five Maxims; 3) Showtime Mindset; 4) Universal Greeting; 5) Beyond Active Listening; 6) Redirections; 7) Persuasion Sequence; 8) When Words Alone Fail; 9) Bystander Mobilization; 10) Review/Report. In addition, Social Contract, Crisis Intervention, Responsive Proxemics and Personal Safety strategies are also covered (see below for detailed learning objectives). Non-escalation tactics are emphasized to prevent conflict (starting the “negative dance”). Then, if the situation escalates, a structured methodology of de-escalation and crisis intervention is taught to minimize the risk of emotional/physical violence and reduce use-of-force incidents. Another key goal of this course is to teach “how to look good on camera no matter how the situation ends up." All actions of a Guardian (whatever the profession) are now being video recorded and, as a result, have the potential of being shown on YouTube to millions of viewers, picked up by the media and broadcasted to millions more, or used in disciplinary procedures/court proceedings. Therefore, it’s now critical that contact professionals know how to ensure their actions (non-verbal, verbal, physical) aren’t misrepresented when viewed on camera and that their incident report matches the video record. Course participants will learn HOW TO ensure their performance, incident report and testimony aligns with their training, as well as with the video that will inevitably be available for viewing — by the public, a supervisor or a judge/jury. Verbal Defense & Influence training is an essential addition to any organization’s risk-management efforts. —————- Training Methodology Like all Vistelar's courses, Verbal Defense & Influence is taught from the perspective of the entire spectrum of human conflict (Vistelar's "5 Cs" :Contact, Conflict, Crisis, Combat and Closure) and is easily integrated into existing training and policies/procedures of an organization. As stated above, this course is taught using Vistelar's proprietary Emotionally Safe Performance-Driven Instruction™ that improves retention of the course material and, more importantly, ensures students can actually perform the learned skills in the midst of stress ("fire drills versus fire talks"). This unique approach to training emphasizes student interaction, scenario-based skill practice (using a proprietary video recording/review technology), memorable stories ("peace stories") and analysis of real-life events captured on video. Each participant receives access to an online pre-work program, a student workbook, an instructor binder and, following class, access to an online instructor-resource website. Participants leave the course fully-prepared to teach Verbal Defense & Influence within their organizations. Note: In order to effectively deliver this form of instruction, every attendee is encouraged to bring a smartphone that they are able to use during the course. If you are unable to bring a smartphone, please contact Vistelar to make alternative plans to complete content performance activities. —————- About the Instructor Students at this class are in for a treat. Gary Klugiewicz is one of the original founders of Vistelar and is a Director at the company. He has an extensive background in law enforcement, corrections and private security work and has been a professional trainer for over 25 years. To learn more about Gary, please review Vistelar’s Origins of Verbal Defense & Influence and Origins of Vistelar’s Tactical Training write-ups. —————- Additional Information Download Training Announcment Download a flyer for this course Download the Verbal Defense & Influence brochure Download the Entire Spectrum graphic Download the Learning Objectives for this course View a partial client list View scores of testimonials and peace stories View an overview of who Vistelar trains —————- Learning Objectives Students successfully completing the course will be able to:  21st Century Policing List the six pillars outlined in President's Task Force report Describe how to develop a Guardian Mindset Describe how to implement Procedural Justice Describe how to implement Community Engagement Explain the concept of leadership based on respect Verbal Defense & Influence Foundations Explain the importance of establishing a social contract and describe how to develop a social contract Explain the Emotionally Safe Performance-Driven Instruction approach to training List the components of the Communicating Under Pressure card Share personal peace stories General Explain why conflict is inevitable and often has a positive impact Describe the three universal triggers to conflict having a negative outcome Explain the need for being effective at conflict management Describe how VDI fits into the entire spectrum of human conflict Explain how to establish a classroom social contract  Be Alert & Decisive / Respond, Don't React Explain the importance of having a pre-planned, practiced response Identify your personal triggers to the negative impact of conflict List and describe the conditions-of-awareness levels Identify three of the nonverbal cues for managing conflict Perform an emotion guard to a personal trigger  Responsive Proxemics and Personal Safety Explain the purpose of proxemics Describe the main elements of personal safety awareness Describe the 10-5-2 rule Perform four proxemics tactics Perform several physical escapes  Five Maxims Explain the distinction between dignity and respect List the Five Maxims for how to treat people with dignity by showing them respect State the Platinum Rule Explain how to use the Five Maxims for managing conflict Perform a Five Maxim explanation Showtime Mindset Perform the Showtime Mindset Explain the importance of nonverbal communication Describe how posture affects self-confidence Describe the four levels of verbal intensity List several peace and anti-peace phrases Universal Greeting Describe the best way to make an initial contact List the four parts of a complete Universal Greeting Explain the universality of the Universal Greeting Explain how the Universal Greeting establishes a supportive atmosphere Perform a Universal Greeting in a common scenario in your job Beyond Active Listening Explain the inadequacy of just active listening Explain why empathy is so critical to effective communication List the three components of Beyond Active Listening Explain why people often won’t share their real concerns or issues Perform an interaction using Beyond Active Listening Crisis Intervention Describe the three types of people with special needs Explain why understanding the various types of mental illnesses is of less importance when dealing with someone in crisis at the point of impact List the four steps of effective crisis intervention List the four strategies for effective crisis intervention Redirections List the main types of Redirections Explain why Redirections can help stop verbal abuse and bullying Describe when to use a Redirection to enhance Beyond Active Listening Perform a Redirection appropriate for a common scenario in your job Perform a Redirection during a Persuasion Sequence Persuasion Sequence List the five steps of the Persuasion Sequence Explain how to use this tactic when someone refuses your verbal direction Explain the association of the Five Maxims and the Persuasion Sequence Apply the Greed Principle to identify positive and negative options in a situation Create a Persuasion Sequence script for a common scenario in your job and perform it using this script When Words Alone Fail Describe when it’s necessary to stop talking and take action Identify the two indicators that words alone have failed Explain the conditions when someone else’s words create a safety threat Describe a When Words Alone Fail scenario for your discipline State the criteria for an intervention to be justifiable Bystander Mobilization State the two reasons why bystanders typically do not intervene Describe when professionals have a duty to intervene List the three methods for ethical intervention Demonstrate a tap-out procedure Develop ethical intervention options for yourself Review / Report Explain the Closure Principle Explain the purpose of debriefing Describe the elements of an effective incident report Explain how ensure your incident report matches the video record Perform an effective debrief using VDI language to actions and decision-making process Instructor Skills Teach Verbal Defense & Influence in various class formats using the Communicating Under Pressure chart Facilitate scenario-based skill practice sessions Lead a discussion to analyze video scenarios Lead a debrief session using VDI language Develop an action plan for implementing VDI within your organization Emotionally Safe Performance-Driven Instruction Describe the main elements of this form of instruction Explain the distinction between education and training Explain the importance of student interaction to the learning process Explain the importance of developing peace stories Lead at least two Performance-Driven instruction activities —————- Registering To register for this class, you have three options: Pay Online Using A Credit Card: Click on Order Now at the top of this page, fill out the registration form with your credit card information and and click on Pay Now at the bottom of the page. Pay By Check: Click on Show Other Payment Options at the top of this page, fill out the registration form and click on Pay By Check at the bottom of the page. Request An Invoice: Click on Show Other Payment Options at the top of this page, fill out the registration form and click on Send An Invoice at the bottom of the page. The normal price of this course is ,497.00 and does not include Eventbrite registration fees. If you are paying by check or against an invoice, payment is due within 10 days of your registration. Please mail payments to: Vistelar, LLC Attn: Accounts Receivable 1845 N Farwell Ave., Suite 210 Milwaukee, WI 53202 —————- Cancellation Policy If after registering, you determine that you are not able to attend, please notify us by email as soon as possible. Cancellations more than five (5) business days before the first day of this course will receive a refund of the amount paid minus a 0 administrative fee. Cancellations within five (5) days of the Monday prior to the course will receive a refund of the amount paid minus a 0 administrative fee. No refunds will be made for cancellations received the Monday prior to the first day of class on Tuesday. If you do not cancel and do not attend the course, no refund will be made.  Vistelar reserves the right to cancel this course if there is insufficient registrations and, if that occurs, a full refund of the amount paid will be made. Please allow two weeks to process any refund. Lodging and Travel Details Nearest airport and distance from the training location: Wilmington, NC 18 miles Hotel Recommendation(s):  Golden Sands Hotel Carolina Beach1211 S Lake Park BlvdCarolina Beach, NC 28428Phone:(910) 458-8334 Note: There is no group rate at this hotel. Attendees must make individual lodging and travel arrangements.

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How To Pass Your Yoga Instructor Training Exams

The following is a brief compilation of tips that will help anyone taking Yoga certification exams. Generally speaking, Yoga teacher courses are composed of three basic parts. These parts may be your written exams, essays, and practical exams. There may be one, or more, of these parts involved during the examination process.

Written Exams: Usually, written exams are based upon foundational Yogic knowledge. The points, that the examiners may be drawing you to, are valuable for anyone, who will be teaching Yoga classes. In other words, this is knowledge that you should have been mastered, before you began teaching a class.

Written Exams may be based upon one, or more, books which are part of the curriculum. When referencing books, it is always best to reference the book, author, and page number of the information you are presenting. In this way, you support your answer with concrete evidence.

At the same time, there is nothing wrong with having a personal opinion that agrees, or disagrees, with the author’s point. In this way, you also show evidence that you are able to think for yourself. The exception to this is if the examiner requires you to give an answer that is based only upon the author’s opinion.

Essays: One of the biggest mistakes to make on an essay is to cut-and-paste writings by various authors, and then try passing it off as your own work. If you quote an author, you should also give credit to that author by stating the author’s name, the book or website, and include the page number or URL.

When using any quotes by authors to support your essay, you would want to provide a page of references – whether a separate “References” page or Footnotes at the bottom of each page where the quote is included within the text of the page. Also related to this: Limit the number of supporting quotes, to about 20 percent, of your work. The examiner is looking for your thoughts, not a complete compilation of another author’s thoughts.

Practical Exams: This is usually considered the hardest part of the testing. However, preparation is going to help you pass this hurdle. Interns, who spend time teaching mock classes, recording their classes on video, and practicing teaching techniques, will pass much easier than someone who puts little thought into how to conduct a class.

Teaching a Yoga class is composed of cueing skills, observation skills, showing modifications, and assisting when needed. You never want to turn your back on your students and “do your own Yoga practice.” It is a wonderful thing when one can perform a technique, but a teacher is being tested for his or her ability to lead a class.

One last point about the Practical Exam – if you find yourself facing away from your students, it is probably a good time to get off your mat and walk around the room. It always seems to be that, when you turn your back to your students, there is a mental disconnect between you and your students.

Dr. Paul Jerard, E-RYT 500, is a co-owner and the Director of Yoga Teacher Training at: Aura Wellness Center in, Attleboro, MA. To receive Free Yoga videos, Podcasts, e-Books, reports, and articles about Yoga, please visit: http://www.yoga-teacher-training.org/

How To Pass Your Yoga Instructor Training Exams http://page.ezinemark.com/how-to-pass-your-yoga-instructor-training-exams-32226fd135a.html The following is a brief compilation of tips that will help anyone taking Yoga certification exams. Generally speaking, Yoga teacher courses are composed of three basic parts. These parts may be your written exams, essays, and practical exams. There may be one, or more, of these parts involved during the examination process.

Written Exams: Usually, written exams are based upon foundational Yogic knowledge. The points, that the examiners may be drawing you to, are valuable for anyone, who will be teaching Yoga classes. In other words, this is knowledge that you should have been mastered, before you began teaching a class.

Written Exams may be based upon one, or more, books which are part of the curriculum. When referencing books, it is always best to reference the book, author, and page number of the information you are presenting. In this way, you support your answer with concrete evidence.

At the same time, there is nothing wrong with having a personal opinion that agrees, or disagrees, with the author’s point. In this way, you also show evidence that you are able to think for yourself. The exception to this is if the examiner requires you to give an answer that is based only upon the author’s opinion.

Essays: One of the biggest mistakes to make on an essay is to cut-and-paste writings by various authors, and then try passing it off as your own work. If you quote an author, you should also give credit to that author by stating the author’s name, the book or website, and include the page number or URL.

When using any quotes by authors to support your essay, you would want to provide a page of references – whether a separate “References” page or Footnotes at the bottom of each page where the quote is included within the text of the page. Also related to this: Limit the number of supporting quotes, to about 20 percent, of your work. The examiner is looking for your thoughts, not a complete compilation of another author’s thoughts.

Practical Exams: This is usually considered the hardest part of the testing. However, preparation is going to help you pass this hurdle. Interns, who spend time teaching mock classes, recording their classes on video, and practicing teaching techniques, will pass much easier than someone who puts little thought into how to conduct a class.

Teaching a Yoga class is composed of cueing skills, observation skills, showing modifications, and assisting when needed. You never want to turn your back on your students and “do your own Yoga practice.” It is a wonderful thing when one can perform a technique, but a teacher is being tested for his or her ability to lead a class.

One last point about the Practical Exam – if you find yourself facing away from your students, it is probably a good time to get off your mat and walk around the room. It always seems to be that, when you turn your back to your students, there is a mental disconnect between you and your students. asus ноутбук