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As of February 6th 2017, The Mandt System is presenting our new approach to Mandt System® Certification training.
The training event now becomes a 4-day events with the Conceptual level to be completed on-line after the completion of the Relational and Technical portions of the training. If you have registered for the certification level Relational/Conceptual (RC) or Relational/Conceptual/Technical (RCT) you will be provided with the access information to complete your on-line Conceptual level training.
One of my favorite recent trends on social media has been people using GIFs or other images to tell the story of how their day is going; how they feel about winter approaching; or, how they feel after raiding their kids’ Halloween candy! It’s a tasty little visual morsel to help convey feelings when we are limited to virtual communication, and I’m a big fan!
My cousin and his wife do this quite often and the results are often the highlight of my day (Seth and Alison –
Modern life is exhilarating. Technology is amazing and everything seems to move at such a fast pace. I’m as much a fan of modernity as anyone else, but it’s never been easier to tune out our immediate environment. We do this at our own peril. It seems wise to slow down, tune in, and pay attention to what our senses are telling us, particularly if we find ourselves in risky situations. There are two important concepts that help us to tune in,
You’ve just been called to assist with a crisis situation. Once you get to the location of the incident, things have settled down, but not before one caregiver has been injuried. Fortunately, everyone seems to be safe. The injured caregiver is given a break to get checked out by the nurse if there’s one on sight, and everyone else carries on with the care of the individuals served.
This scenario plays itself out daily in many organizations.
We can help you and your organization reduce, if not eliminate, workplace violence by learning how to “support people, not just their behaviours”™. To do this, organizations must first build a healthy relationship between and among all the stakeholders in an organization.
On June 12, 2012, the Ontario Ministry for Community and Social Services identified The Mandt System® for use in service settings which operate under the direction of the Ministry. The Mandt System® is available in most provinces to help you create safe environments in which people live, learn, work and play. See MCSS summary report
In 2010, the US Bureau of Labor Statistics released a report showing that safety increased in all service sectors, except for health care and human services. (Janocha and Smith, 2010). We know that budgets for human services, and training specifically, are being cut but we believe that the safety of service users and service providers must be maintained! At the heart of dry, dollar driven discussion regarding the work done in human service and health care settings are clients, residents, patients, staff, families, and friends seeking the peace of mind that comes with the emotional, psychological and physical safety that all human beings need.
It is this peace of mind that The Mandt System® can help you find and then give to everyone. This peace of mind comes from the fact that the instructional certification provided by The Mandt System® truly puts all people first by building healthy workplace relationships in which:
- Your service users will be safer
- Your staff will be safer
- Your work will meet or exceed your industry standards for safety
These statements are not simply marketing gimmicks but represent verifiable research based outcomes in programs like yours.