Managing Challenging Behaviour and Restraint Reduction

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Managing Challenging Behaviour Training

Restraint Reduction and managing Challenging Behaviour Course.

The aim of the system is to help you to achieve an outstanding judgement within the new OFTED and CQC framework in terms of Behaviour and Attitudes and Personal Development.

We achieve this by providing your staff with the knowledge and skills in.
How can this course help you reduce challenging behaviour which can results in stress or harm?

  • Develop effective behaviour and attendance policies which will set out clear routines and high expectations of behaviour and promote attendance and punctuality.

  • Help to promote a calm and orderly environment in the work environment.

  • Reduce exclusions by introducing proven alternative methodologies that are focused on re-engagement rather than exclusion.

  • Educating staff in the principles of understanding the behaviours of pupils or service users with particular individual needs.

How can the course help you to improve the personal development of pupils?
Attendance and punctuality are key to students learning. Restorative practises will improve relationships among learners and staff which will promote a positive and respectful culture where students will enjoy school and learning. They will become more positive in their attitude to their education in the knowledge that they will always be listened to and the consequences to poor behaviour will be fair and agreed by staff and learner alike. Restorative practise promotes the fundamental British values, respect and responsibility. It underpins the characteristics required of pupils to enable them to foster inclusivity and recognise difference as a positive and necessary element of a healthy cohesive community which helps learners to become active citizens within their school community.
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ABC System Stage 1

Staff will learn about their psychological responses to challenging behaviour, the needs and wants of all students, the reasons why behaviour can escalate and how to plan for and manage it, thus empowering staff to have high expectations for learners behaviour and conduct.

This course is recommended for…

All front-line staff that are managing challenging behaviour in school or care environment

Course Overview
Course Benefits
Keep everyone safe in school, Reduce restraints, Reduce Exclusions, Provide a positive learning environment through Restorative Practises
Course Duration : 3 hours learning

ABC System Stage 2

Using work related practical scenarios over a 3-hour period, your staff will learn how to use simple and practical methodologies to prevent reactionary actions to escalated behaviour and confidently manage work related conflict to a satisfactory resolution.
This course is recommended for…

All employees at all levels of your organisation. Managers will inevitably be faced with disgruntled staff within their line management, Front line nursing staff, Care industry staff and in education Teachers’ are often having to negotiating the needs and wants of families, patients, and pupils in situations that can presents a very real risk of escalated behaviour which, in-order to manage, will require trained confident staff.

Course Overview
Using practical scenarios and group activities the course raises participants’ experience, awareness and understanding as to the subtle and more obvious causes of conflict. Through work-based simulations, staff will learn about proactive interventions to show how being proactive can reduce the risk of escalated behaviour. Simple yet very effective de-escalation techniques are interspersed into the practical sessions to give your staff skills to manage low level escalated behaviour and prevent further escalation. Communication is key to reducing the risk of escalated behaviour so this course uses practical activities to give your staff experience of the positive and negative outcomes of the different communication methods.
Course Benefits
Course Duration : 3 hours learning

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