This 1-day course is aimed at staff and/or carers supporting people (children and/or adults) whose behaviour challenges.
It explores the underlying causes of such behaviour and presents a number of perspectives that help enhance understanding.
The course includes the examination of a model for developing PBS strategies which takes into account proactive (environment and structure, communication and the importance of the attitudes of those around the person) and reactive (de-escalation and the safe management of challenging behaviours) strategies.
A lively and informative day which will equip participants with the insights necessary to contribute to the development of effective PBS stragegies. The course content is mapped to the Skills for Care PBS Competence Framework.
For many people requiring support, the application of the principles of PBS will lead to positive outcomes in terms of their behaviours and quality of life. It should be noted however, that
for some, the additional application of specialist support (for example Functional Analysis or specific therapies such as CBT) may be required.
Price (ex VAT & expenses): £POA
If you wish to find out a little more about Positive Behaviour Support (PBS), here's a video from BILD - Sherwood Training were part of the team that actively contributed to the script::
PLEASE NOTE: Our PBS courses do not include any physical intervention skills training. If you require physical intervention skills (breakaway or restrictive physical interventions training), please look here.
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Our physical interventions training courses are accredited through the BILD PITAS scheme.
PITAS/10053 - January 2020
BILD ACT / RRN TRAINING STANDARDS:
We are working with BILD ACT (Association of Certified Training) towards certification of our training as complying with the Restraint Reduction Network (RRN) Training Standards (2019). Certification will be live by the start of October and will be a requirement from April 2020. We are on target to be one of the first organisations to gain certification by the 1st October.
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