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University of Chester

Riverside Campus

Castle Drive

Chester

CH1 1SL

United Kingdom

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It is free to register for this event. On attendance, attendees will be invoiced a rate of £133.00.


Workshops:

Workshop 1: Challenging Behaviours and Emotional Consequences

Workshop 2: Approaches and Frameworks for Managing Behaviour


Aims of the course:

The course aims to:

  • Explore the identification of atypical and challenging behaviours in children and young people.

  • Consider the emotional consequences for the learners and teachers, and support the emerging development of insight into the psychology of why behavioural approaches can be effective.

  • Examine approaches to managing challenging behaviour, giving consideration to recent frameworks for principles and practices.


Suitable for:

Teachers and tutors from all phases of education.


Workshop 1: Challenging Behaviours and Emotional Consequences

This Workshop will address the essential skills and practice to:

  • Consider the emotional consequences for learners and teachers;

  • Explore atypical and challenging behaviours in children and young people;

  • Identify atypical and challenging behaviours in children and young people.


Workshop 2: Approaches and Frameworks for Managing Behaviour

This Workshop will address the essential skills and practice to:

  • Examine approaches to managing behaviour that challenges;

  • Consider recent frameworks for principles and practices;

  • Discuss the impact of behaviours that challenge and disturb the stability of professionals working in schools and colleges.


You will leave with:

The essential skills and practice to:

  • Explore how children and young people who challenge can disturb the stability of professionals working in schools and colleges.

  • Discuss recent and current frameworks for principles and practice.

  • Develop insight into the psychology of why behavioural approaches can be effective.

  • Reflect on your own professional engagement with children and young people who display challenging behaviours.


Dates and times of course (attendance is mandatory at each session):

  • Wednesday 16th November 2016, 3.30pm-6.00pm

and

  • Thursday 15th December 2016, 3.30pm-6.00pm


Cost:

£133.00

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University of Chester

Riverside Campus

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CH1 1SL

United Kingdom

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