Violence Prevention – PVPC Classroom – Residential – Providence

Provincial Violence Prevention Curriculum (PVPC) Classroom Training

This eight-hour class room session builds on the skills learned in the PVPC e-learning modules.

Topics covered in-depth include:

  • PVPC Framework
  • Recognizing Risks and Behaviours
  • Assessing and Planning (point-of-care risk assessments and behavioural care planning)
  • Responding to the Risk (de-escalation skills, determining when and how to call for help, applying personal safety techniques)
  • Reporting and Communicating Post Incident

  • All High-Risk Department employees working at Providence Health Care in Residential Care.

    MSJ & Youville staff must obtain approval from their Nurse Educator prior to registering for this course.
    7.5 hours


  • Pre-requisite: Before registering for this course, you must have completed all PVPC e-learning modules.
  • Physical participation is required for this course. Please wear comfortable athletic clothing and running shoes. Please do not wear heels, flip flops, sandals, or open-toed shoes.
  • All communication about changes to the course schedule, including cancellations, will be sent via email. Please make sure that your Learning Hub Account Information is updated. Classes that have low attendance will be cancelled 1 week before scheduled course date.
  • In order to receive credit for this course you must attend the entire session.
  • Please click the Register Session, if present, to register into a session.
  • If you are unable to attend a session, please cancel your registration and contact to allow others to sign up for a class.

  • Prior to attending educational sessions, you must obtain approval from your manager or supervisor if attending on scheduled work time (or if you expect to be reimbursed if attending outside of work time). Download this form, have it signed and then keep it for your records.

    No available session available at this time

    Contact Info

    Violence Prevention Providence Health Care