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Positive Behaviour Management Level Two - 12 Hour Course 11th/12th Nov 2019

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St Barnabas Church Hall

Ashwell Road

Heaton

Bradford

BD9 4AU

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Positive Behaviour Management Level Two - 12 Hour

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This course costs £170 per person, which will be invoiced separately after the course has been completed. Please note that the tickets appear free to book, but carry a commitment to pay after the training has been completed and certificates issued. Your invoice will come from High Park School. Certificates are provided electronically by Team Teach to the email addresses provided for the delegates on the booking form.

This course is only available to staff working in schools under Bradford Local Authority.

Please bring Photo ID with you to access the site.

Positive Behaviour Management Level Two is a two-day course designed to deliver proven, safe strategies for anyone managing challenging behaviour in medium-risk settings. It provides an understanding of the causes of challenging behaviour, along with respectful, supportive and practical strategies for de-escalation and crisis intervention. All techniques that we teach are situated within an approach to behaviour management which seeks to minimise the need for physical intervention and maintain positive relationships.

Aimed at individuals who support people with documented special needs or challenging behaviours, and who may pose a risk to themselves or others, the course will provide a thorough grounding in practical behaviour management strategies. It will equip individuals with a sophisticated understanding of challenging behaviour, and the social and legal context around its management. It will cover strategies of personal safety, team work and de-escalation, as well as teaching effective positive handling techniques: these include guiding, escorting and safe holding in various positions.

The course will also cover documentation and legal guidance, as well as best practice when reporting and reviewing incidents. Everything will be delivered across an invigorating day that is fun whilst also serious, and focused on developing team work, co-operation and morale.

Who is this course for?

This course is designed for individuals operating in a medium-risk environment and is ideal for those working in:

Pupil Referral Units

Special schools

Adult learning

Children’s homes

Health and elderly care

It is particularly aimed at those working with individuals whose behaviour foreseeably poses a risk to themselves or to others.

Learning Outcomes

Upon completing this course, a participant will be able to fully understand the rationale and principles of the Team Teach approach, and will learn the use of positive handling as part of a holistic approach to managing behaviour.

They will be equipped with the expertise and confidence to stay safe, to carry out simple de-escalation strategies, and to apply positive handling to restrain and make safe individuals who pose a risk to others or to themselves.

Participants will understand the importance of targeted communication, both verbal and non-verbal.

They will be equipped with a range of physical techniques, and will therefore be able to apply a commensurate response to challenging behaviour.

They will gain knowledge and understanding of relevant legal standards and expectations related to use of force, and of the reporting, recording, monitoring and evaluating requirements of incidents involving physical controls and reasonable force.

This course is organised into 8 modules:

(This course includes a more extensive range of positive handling techniques)

Module 1 - Background to Team Teach

Module 2 - The Legal Framework

Module 3 - Understanding Aggression

Module 4 - How Feelings Drive Behaviours

Module 5 - De-escalation and De-fusion

Module 6 - Personal Safety

Module 7 - Positive Handling – including guiding, escorting and holding in standing, sitting and kneeing positions safely*

Module 8 - Repair, Reflection and Review

*The techniques delivered will be appropriate to the service settings of the group.

As closed courses are tailored to the service setting, they may involve additional content.

Please note following Team Teach updated protocols any booking made cannot be cancelled less than 14 days before the course.

This includes changing delegate names as delegates are required to have read and understood the Health Guidance Training information.

Any cancellation made less than 14 days before the course will be charged at the full rate.

If delegates do not attend on the day this will be charged in full.

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