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Management of Assaultive Behavior MAB for Healthcare Professionals2022-12-13T12:08:10+00:00

Management of Assaultive Behavior (MAB)
for Healthcare Professionals

Management of Assaultive Behavior (MAB)

$65
Online Course

  • $65 Face-to-Face Skills Session
  • Class length: 4 Hours Online
  • New add! Surviving Active Shooter

Satisfies all requirements for California AB 508, Section 3, sub 1257.7 and 1257.8 training for healthcare providers

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$130 Blended
Cost Breakdown

  • $65 Face-to-Face Skills Session
  • This is a blended course (Online + Face-to-Face Skills)
  • 4 Hours Online + 1 Hour F2F Skills

Complete the Online portion before coming in for Skills

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$130 Zoom
Cost Breakdown

  • $65 Online + $65 Zoom
  • This is a blended course (Online + Zoom seesion)
  • For Zoom session, please register for this class and select the FREE Zoom add-on. Zoom Link will be in the confirmation email.

Complete the Online portion before Zoom session

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Surviving an Active Shooter in Healthcare

An active killer or active shooter is the perpetrator of a type of mass murder marked by rapidity, scale, randomness, and often suicide.

Available as ONLINE CEU CERTIFICATION

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Of all the doors choosing to close, one remains that should not at all and is not able to shut down – Hospitals. With numerous active shooting incidents that leave terrifying and traumatic experiences among citizens all over the country, hospitals and other healthcare facilities are left with little to no choice but to keep the doors open for their patients needing immediate attention. Doctors, nurses, and other healthcare workers live in fear every passing day, thinking that eventually, another active killing or active shooting may arise from nowhere. To reinforce such fears and be able to still provide quality service for sick people, equip yourself with these defensive techniques on how you should react when an active shooting suddenly occurs.

 

According to the Nursing Service Organization (NSO), between 2000 and 2011, 154 hospital-related shootings occurred. In 45% of cases, the shooters… (Read More)

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Class Events

Nov 6

ONLINE SESSION

Nov 6, Sunday

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Nov 8

ONLINE SESSION

Nov 8, Tuesday

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Nov 11

ONLINE SESSION

Nov 11, Friday

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Nov 16

ONLINE SESSION

Nov 16, Wednesday

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Nov 18

ONLINE SESSION

Nov 18, Friday

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Nov 21

ONLINE SESSION

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Nov 23

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Nov 23, Wednesday

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Nov 30

ONLINE SESSION

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Course Objectives

  • To get AB 508 certified so you can get back to work and to get out early.
  • Safety for You, for the individual who is escalated along with anyone else in the area who may be in jeopardy.
  • Working together as a team, even ahead of time, to ensure the best possible outcome when dealing with potential violence.
  • Recognizing potential problems ahead of time so that you can initiate the most therapeutic effective interventions.
  • Understanding why individuals become aggressive and what roles we the staff play in either de-escalating or provoking the behavior.
  • To learn how to DE-ESCALATE an upset or escalating individual or situation before it becomes violent.
  • To know when to remove yourself from the situation or area so the appropriate people can intervene.
  • Learn ways to protect yourself when an individual becomes aggressive as well as the legalities and liabilities of defending yourself.

The Four Categories of Workplace Violence

  • Type I: Violent acts by people who have no connection with the workplace, other than to commit a crime. Type II: Violence directed at employees by customers, clients, patients, inmates, or others for whom an organization provides services to. Type III: Violence against coworkers, supervisors or managers by a present or former employee. Type IV: Violence committed by someone from outside who has a personal relationship with an employee.
  • Criteria Needed for Seclusion, Restraints and Physical Intervention
  • Imminent Danger to Self Imminent Danger to Others
  • The Triad of Successful Interventions
  • Effective Communication Coordinated Teamwork Having a Plan of Action in Place
  • Compassionate Teamwork Defensive Intervention

Criteria Needed for Seclusion, Restraints and Physical Intervention

  • Imminent Danger to Self Imminent Danger to Others
  • The Triad of Successful Interventions
  • Effective Communication Coordinated Teamwork Having a Plan of Action in Place
  • The Three Dynamics of Beginning a Successful Negotiation
  • Try to understand as much about the Individual or Situation you are faced with. Try to understand Your Reaction to the Individual or Situation you are faced with. Try to understand how to attempt to Solve the Issue you are faced with.

Keys to Compliance

  • Compassionate Teamwork
  • Defensive Intervention

A bill to improve the safety of healthcare workers is passed by the U.S. House of Representatives.

The U.S. House of Representatives voted to approve The Workplace Violence Prevention for Health Care and Social Services Act of 2019. The bill, which passed by a 251-158 vote, ensures that healthcare and social service employers, including hospitals, take specific steps to prevent workplace violence and ensure the safety of patients and workers.

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Perceived Threat, Reasons for Violence in the Healthcare Setting, Why Do People Get To The Point Where They Lose Control, Trigger Words, Controlling Behavior vs. Deescalation, Behavioral Patterns, Redirection and Distraction, Types of Communication, Elements of Active Listening, Overcoming Barriers, AND MORE! Enroll to our Management of Assaultive Behavior Workplace Violence Prevention Certification Program and be AB 508 certified. Ensure your patients’ safety as well as your own.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Does the certification card has a validity?2022-12-13T12:16:33+00:00

We are certified through the ACPMA (American Crisis Prevention and Management Association). This is a nationally recognized organization.
All cards are valid for 1 year and 8 continuing education credits (CEUs).

What does MAB stands for?2022-12-13T12:02:45+00:00

MAB is the acronym for Management of Assaultive Behavior.

What are the payment details?2022-12-13T12:00:54+00:00

For this class, we only accept full payments for us to send the full information of the student prior 24 hours to the instructor.

Do you have a class for CPI?2022-12-13T11:57:53+00:00

CPI is the same as MAB.

Does the certificate for the online MAB course say that the course was taken online?2022-12-13T11:53:56+00:00

No, it does not. Same card appearance for in-person and online.

Is this class a MAB Pro Certified?2022-12-13T11:51:55+00:00

This is a training or class for MAB. This Training is recognized and approved as a BBS Provider by the California State Board of Behavioral Sciences for MFT and LCSW licensure continuing education credits and any qualifying individual will receive these credits.

How to schedule a MAB class?2022-12-13T11:49:29+00:00

Proceed to the website LAFIRECARD.COM to check what are the schedules that we have and always put the instructor under the name of Ms. Shelly Wesson.

How to register on the class?2022-12-13T11:42:29+00:00

Go to our website and choose a preferred date and pay the full price of the class to reserve a seat. The class do not accept walk-ins and cash for payments.

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What are your office hours?2022-12-11T14:42:17+00:00

Close every Monday, Thursday, & Saturday due to outside training.

Open every:
TUE – 10 AM to 1 PM
WED – 10 AM to 6 PM
FRI – 10 AM to 3 PM
SUN – 9:30 AM to 5 PM (if no class scheduled)

Check the CLASS SCHEDULE here.

For urgent matters & appointment setting, please TEXT us @ 213 300 5045

May I know the parking details?2022-12-11T14:39:17+00:00

WEEKDAYS & SATURDAYS
•$6 in 3580 Wilshire Parking Structure

BEFORE 9 AM, AFTER 5 PM
•$18 between 9 AM & 5 PM
•$6 parking in St. Basil parking lot

ALL Day SUNDAYS
•$6 parking in 3580 Parking Structure
•$6 parking in St.Basil — Try not to park due to Church Services
•FREE parking on the streets

Where is the office located at?2022-12-11T14:36:21+00:00

3580 Wilshire Blvd., 17th Floor Suite 1705 C&D Los Angeles, CA, 90010

Satisfies all healthcare CEU requirements for the AB 508 mandate. This course was designed in compliance with OSHA, SB 1299 and AB 508. Completing this course will grant the student up to four (4) Continuing Education Units (CEUs) through the California Board of Registered Nursing (CE Provider Number 17260).

Accreditation

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

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MABPRO® Management of Assaultive Behavior ®

(MAB®) M-AB508 General Certification Training

Educate Simplify Los Angeles now offers this 4 hour MABPRO MAB Training 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.

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.

NO PERSONAL CHECKS ACCEPTED.

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.

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