The Positive Behaviour Management course places the highest possible emphasis on preserving and developing the empathic relationship between people who exhibit challenging behaviour and those who work with them.

The Positive Behaviour Management course can be tailored to the requirements of the staff and nature of service users. e.g. hospital, care home or domiciliary setting.

Course Summary

The syllabus covers such topics as:

  • How legislation, frameworks, codes of practice and policies relate to PBM
  • Development of knowledge and skills to promote personal safety and promote positive behaviour
  • What underpins challenging behaviour and the use of proactive and reactive strategies
  • Challenging behaviour within the context of life and experience
  • How the environment and anger triggers can contribute to challenging behaviour
  • Environmental changes that assist in the management of challenging behaviour
  • Responding appropriately to incidents of challenging behaviour
  • The psychological and physiological impact of aggression on all involved
  • Understanding the aftermath of challenging behaviour and the importance of maintaining a safe and secure environment for all
  • Understanding the criteria for intervention and the legal context for breakaway
  • The safe application of de-escalation techniques
  • Practice of de-escalation techniques
  • Reviewing and revising approaches to promoting positive behaviour

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Max attendees: 15

Course length: 1 day

This course can be tailored to meet your specific requirements

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Really interesting, have done similar courses before but this really kept me focused and I learnt lots. Great course taught well.