Management of Assaultive Behavior MAB for Healthcare Professionals

Management of Assaultive Behavior (MAB)

  • Total Cost: $65
  • Class length: 4 hours
  • Receive your certification card the same day
  • Certified by the American Crisis Prevention and Management Association (ACPMA).
  • Satisfies requirements for California AB 508, Section 3, sub 1257.7 and 1257.8 training for healthcare providers


DTLA 1200 Santee Street, Suite 1120,

Los Angeles, CA 90015

ONLINE Management of Assaultive Behavior

  • Class length: 4 hours
  • CE Credits: 4 hours
  • Get AB 508 certified, so you can get back to work.
  • Ensure SAFETY for you, for the individual who is escalated and anyone else in the area who may be in jeopardy.
  • Work together as a team, even ahead of time, to ensure the best possible outcome when dealing with potential violence.

  • Recognized as a CE provider by the California State Board of Registered Nursing and any Licensed Nurse will receive BRN CE Credits for the hours awarded if they require it.

Self-Defense Techniques

MABPRO® Management of Assaultive Behavior ®
(MAB®) M-AB508 General Certification Training

Educate Simplify Los Angeles now offers this 4 hour MABPRO Management of Assaultive Behavior violence prevention and de-escalation program.

The Management of Assaultive Behavior (MAB) also known as AB-508 violence prevention class and the Crisis Prevention & Intervention class are designed for individuals working within healthcare and emergency medical services fields. These courses teach the healthcare and emergency medical services professionals the techniques to use when dealing with the potentially assaultive client. Students will understand and have the ability to recognize potentially dangerous situations and the tools to de-escalate situations prior to any physical intervention or assault. Physical intervention skills are taught through simulation and role-play.

This course satisfies requirements for California AB 508, Section 3, sub 1257.7 and 1257.8 training for healthcare providers.

MAB Classes

ACPMA Certified Classes Cover:

  • Meaning of Crisis

  • Types of Crisis and their Causes

  • General safety measures.

  • Personal safety measures.

  • The assault cycle.

  • Aggression and violence predicting factors.

  • Obtaining patient history from a patient with violent behavior.

  • Characteristics of aggressive and violent patients and victims.

  • Verbal and physical maneuvers to diffuse and avoid violent behavior.

  • Strategies to avoid physical harm.

  • Restraining techniques.

  • Appropriate use of medications as chemical restraints.


Recognized as a CE provider by the California State Board of Registered Nursing and any Licensed Nurse will receive BRN CE Credits for the hours awarded if they require it.

We are certified by the American Crisis Prevention and Management Association (ACPMA).


Please take note of some changes in our Refund Policy!!!

Educate simplify Refund/Cancellation/Reschedule Policy

A place in the class has been reserved JUST FOR YOU. We understand that situations beyond your control may arise, requiring you to cancel and reschedule a class. Please give at least 24 hours notice if you are unable to attend.


There will be a 60% Refund fee for credit card and cash transactions if participant decides to cancel after the class schedule or when the class ended already and $15 Refund fee if cancelled before or during the class schedule.

We suggest you reschedule instead.
Class must be rescheduled within 60 days (Provider Courses).

To cancel and/or reschedule a class, please call 213 300 5045.
CreativeResol-ve Educational Company provides American Heart Association CPR BLS Provider and Instructor certifications and renewals throughout Southern California including Orange County, LA County, San Diego County, and Riverside County, as well as, San Luis Obispo County and Sacramento County.




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