Managing Challenging Behaviour Course
Managing Challenging Behaviour Course:
“Behaviour of such intensity, frequency or duration that the physical safety of the person or others is placed in serious jeopardy or behaviour which is likely to seriously limit or deny access to the use of ordinary community facilities”
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
The workshops is intended for delegates who deal with challenging behaviour on a daily-basis, or are passionate about a career in supporting individuals that present challenging behaviour. Domestic, societal and commercial settings will all be explored.
All Management and Professional short course and training solutions can be delivered on-site at our campus in Longbridge, Birmingham or at any organisation in the West Midlands.
Our introduction workshop enables you to have awareness and understanding of the reasons why a person may present challenging behaviour.
We share ways of assessing what behaviour is being presented and explore a range of tactics, methods and approaches to support the person that can reduce challenging behaviour with short and long term strategies.
- Types of challenging behaviour
- Impact of challenging behaviour
- Identify a range of behaviours
- Factors relating to causes of challenging behaviour
- Results and outcomes of challenging behaviour
- Assessing behaviour
Following completion participants will:
- Understand different types of challenging behaviour and the impact it has on the individual and others
- Have an underpinning knowledge of how to assess behaviour and have the resources to investigate a variety of methods that may help to reduce the challenging behaviour
Functional Skills are a compulsory part of all Sixth Form Centre courses. Students set targets to improve their skills and gain qualifications, in English, Maths and/or IT. The Functional Skills and levels taken are based on initial assessment and previous GCSE results. There is a particular emphasis on skills required for the Managing Challenging Behaviour course. Students build up a folder of evidence from their vocational work and may be required to sit one or more tests.
There is no formal assessment, however the workshop will finish with a Q&A session.
College certificate of attendance.
There are no formal entry requirements.
£65 per delegate
There is no fee remission on short courses and workshops
ADDITIONAL LEARNING SUPPORT
If you have a learning difficulty, disability or medical condition that means that you may require additional learning support during your studies, please ensure that you discuss this with the Assessment & Support Manager before enrolling on a course. It is essential that this is discussed at the earliest possible opportunity to ensure that the college has the resources available to meet your support needs. Please contact the Assessment & Support Manager on 0121 477 1300 for further guidance.
For Further Information
If you're interested in learning more about Managing Challenging Behaviour Course at Bournville College, enquiries for this course should be made to the Business Development Team.
Please contact Michael Chambers on 0121 477 1419 or 0770 304 4843 or email firstname.lastname@example.org