The California Probation, Parole and Correctional Association presents...
Online Training Offerings
Due to on-going concerns of COVID-19 and the continuation of limiting in-person events, CPPCA is continuing to monitor the situation. We now geared towards holding the Annual Training Conference in September 2022 at the Newport Beach Renaissance Hotel (same location in Newport Beach).
CPPCA will be continuing to offer online training sessions that are STC certified. Trainings will be held using the Zoom platform. Zoom is available to access on a mobile device and a desktop computer. Video (webcam) capabilities are preferred but not required. All attendees will receive a attendance and STC Certificate immediately upon completion of the full training session.
Pricing: 4-hour Trainings are $100 registration & tuition fee
8-hour Trainings are $200 registration & tuition fee
June 2021 Trainings
Diversity in the Workplace & Communication & De-Escalation Techniques Training - 4 hours STC
Presented by Francisco Saldana & Elissa Fernandez, CDCR, DAPO
Summary: This two-hour course is combined with Communication & De-Escalation techniques for a 4 hour training. The Diversity in the Workplace portion will facilitate an understanding and tolerance for individual differences, including being sensitive to and respectful of our diverse environments. This lesson reinforces cultural diversity and the equal treatment of staff, offenders, families, volunteers, etc., alike. This training encourages treating others with courtesy, dignity, and consideration.
The second portion of the training will give participants basic strategies to help with effective communication. It provides alternatives and practical skills in handling typical situations we may encounter while working with inmates and other justice involved population. The emphasis is on preventing an escalation of conflict and using de-escalation techniques to resolve conflict. There are numerous videos and activities which will generate discussion.
Thursday, June 10, 2021 (offered 2 times on this date) @ 8a - 12p - 4 hours
AND 1p - 5p - 4 hours
STC Cert. #09495204
Who Moved My Cheese?: Coping with Unexpected Change- 8 hours STC and presented by Jon F. Morse, Sr., JM Consulting
Summary: The course focuses on understanding the reasons human beings make the decisions they make related to the changes that are taking place in the working environment and how they deal with those changes. By learning the patterns of change, officers will be able to be proactive in making more effective choices before change is thrust upon them. This will eliminate stress which many times cause individuals to look for ways to escape which leads to staff turnover and/or ill health.
Tuesday, June 22, 2021 @ 8a - 12p - 4 hours
Thursday, June 24, 2021 @ 8a - 12p - 4 hours - total 8
Tuning in with all your Channels: Improving Communication Skills - 8 hours STC
Presented by Jon F. Morse, Sr., JM Consulting
Summary: This training will give corrections and probation officers the communication skills needed for building more effective relationships with colleagues and clients. Participants will identify, practice, and develop trust and rapport building skills to achieve clearer communications in the corrections environment. The result of utilizing these tools of more effective communication, will lead to fewer physical confrontations by gaining voluntary compliance and fewer IA complaints for excessive force resulting in higher morale.
Tuesday, June 15, 2021 @ 8a - 12p - 4 hours
Thursday, June 17, 2021 @ 8a - 12p - 4 hours - total 8 hours
STC Cert. #00094356
Principled Policing - 8 hours STC
Presented by CDCR, DAPO -
Summary: This training is a partnership among the Commission on Correctional Peace Officer Standards and Training (CPOST), the California Department of Justice (DOJ), the Oakland Police Department, the Stockton Police Department, the Stanford SPARQ (Social Psychological Answers to Real‐World Questions), and the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR).
Principled policing, specifically procedural justice and implicit bias, teaches policing approaches that emphasize respect, listening, neutrality, and trust (procedural justice) while also addressing the common implicit biases that can be barriers to these approaches (implicit bias). Law enforcement can improve trust and relationships between law enforcement agencies and their communities by using these principles to evaluate their policies, procedures, and training within their departments.