Establishes a culture of constant assessment across your organization, so everyone can help prevent incidents.
Teaches practical techniques tailored to each role in your organization, so everyone learns what they need to know.
Enables you to try the training, pilot the system, and then roll it out across your organization in the best way possible.
I love teaching Welle. I love it when my students have the same "light bulb" moments that I did. From the moment the Welle demonstration started we knew we were on the right path. Many leaders who were skeptical for one reason or another...because they didn't want to change or didn't think anything was wrong...have come to class and said "this is it...this was the right decision".
Code Violets were implemented when Welle started at CC Akron General. As more people were educated, the number of Code Violets decreased significantly.
Welle training improves morale because it shows staff that we are invested in their safety and the safety of our clients. It improves the confidence of staff who now feel prepared to de-escalate a variety of situations, and it's always better to be proactive than reactive.
Obviously, we are much better because of Welle and we have been nationally rated as one of the top 100 workplaces. Our team members feel safe! That’s priceless!
Welle is a very effective program that can be adjusted to fit the needs of just about any organization. And the company is fantastic to work with and for. Very kind, professional staff at all levels.
The Welle courses are extremely practical and are easily customized. The instructors are very knowledgeable and received rave reviews from our staff.
Our Foundation techniques enable every staff member to be a part of the solution. The Frontline and Advanced techniques are for staff that need them. This allows you to right-size the training for your organization.
Mercy Lorain reported violent events decreased 88% from 2011 to 2012 house-wide after the Bon Secours Mercy Health System trained behavioral health employees at acute care sites.
The average duration of restraint episodes at Cleveland Clinic dropped 60%, from 241 minutes in 2008 to 96 minutes in 2012, reducing the costly involvement of PCNA’s, paramedics, and nurses.
RNs surveyed in 2019 at the University of Michigan CS Mott Children’s Hospital showed increasing nursing confidence and empowerment in supporting families with high potential to become agitated/escalated.