Venue: The Red Cow Hotel, Dublin (Naas Road)
“Positive Ways of Changing Behaviour”
For those supporting adults or children with Autism and/or learning Disabilities
One day workshop
Summary of this course
This course is about supporting people to change their behaviour rather than just managing or coping. Positive behaviour changes will maximise opportunities for people, supporting inclusion in social, leisure and learning situations.
Aims of this course
To enable participants to put behavioural theory into positive practice in order to change an individual’s behaviour.
Who should attend
This course will be valuable for anyone who works or lives with and supports a person with difficult or challenging behaviour, whatever their particular diagnosis, and in any setting including schools, community services for children or adults.
Participants will go away with:
• An understanding of behaviour and its function
• The knowledge to work within the law (duty of care, principle of paramountcy, risk assessment, professional judgement, suggested good practice with the law, physical interventions)
• An understanding of escalation of behaviour - escalation curve, pro-active / reactive, early warning signs, early interventions
• A model of a Behaviour Support Plan containing proactive, active and model reactive strategies, strengths, preferences, needs and skills and the knowledge to adjust it to their client’s needs.
• The ability to pass on good practice to whole staff groups
Hexham Primary School - "Excellent day - brilliant speaker". "Excellent presenter, lots of personal, workable experiences to pass on"
Granta Housing Society - "Objectives completely met, am very confident I will be able to put what I’ve learned into practice"
Details and Booking
£195 sterling includes lunch, refreshments, supporting notes & a certificate of attendance
Concept Training Ltd
15 Beach Street,
Tel: 0044 1524 832828
Fax: 01524 832852