Teach Level 2 - 11th & 12th June
12 Hour Team Teach Level 1 course on 11th & 12th June
- Starts 11 Jun 2024Starts 11 Jun 2024
- 195 British pounds£195
- Pit Lane
This course costs £195 pp, which will be invoiced separately after the course has been completed. Please bring Photo ID with you to access the course. Our Positive Behaviour Management courses provide accredited, award-winning training in the use of de-escalation and basic positive handling strategies for dealing with challenging behaviour. Our popular Level One - 6 Hour course in positive behaviour management is now available as an open, public course for those working in low-risk mainstream primary and secondary school settings. Delivered by our expert trainers, participants will gain a detailed understanding of the drivers behind aggressive and disruptive behaviour, and the legal context around behaviour management. It equips participants with strategies of de-escalation, both verbal and non-verbal, for dealing with challenging behaviour. And it teaches simple and safe positive handling techniques, appropriate for a low-risk environment. Crucially, all techniques are situated within a respectful, supportive approach to behaviour management which maintains positive relationships. This course will equip individuals with a good understanding of the values and philosophy of the Team Teach approach. 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? Anyone who is operating in a low-risk primary or secondary school setting would benefit from this course, which offers a grounding in positive behaviour management strategies applicable across these environments. This course is also suitable for anyone working in low-risk adult or children's service settings. Learning Outcomes Upon completing this course, a participant will be able to fully understand the rationale and principles of the Team Teach approach. Participants will be fully aware of which strategies are most appropriate for any given situation, and will have a far deeper understanding of the causes of disruptive behaviour. They will be equipped with the expertise and confidence to stay safe, to carry out simple de-escalation strategies, and to apply basic positive handling, mostly focused on guiding and escorting service users. Please note following Team Teach updated protocols any booking made cannot be cancelled less than 14 days before the course.
Queensbury Celtic Junior Football Club, Pit Lane, Queensbury, Bradford, UK