Managing Challenging Behaviour
Positive Behaviour Support
Duration: 1 day
Staff Groups: This course is aimed at all staff and volunteers working in health and social care and anyone that requires Positive Behaviour Support.
Course Overview: An introductory course into the Principles of Positive Behaviour Support (PBSP). This course is for learners who wish to understand the basic principles that underpin PBS and how it works. It provides a basic introduction and covers the core components required when applying the PBS approach. On completion of this course learners will have a basic understanding of the knowledge that everyone should have when using Positive Behaviour Support.
- Explain what is meant by the term ‘challenging behaviour’
- Describe a number of factors that influence the behaviour of others
- Identify values and attitudes that promote the philosophy of PBS
- Identify the elements that make up a Positive Behaviour Support Plan
- Identify the elements that make up the ‘Low Arousal Approach’
- Describe the difference between proactive and reactive strategies
- Identify sources of good practice that promotes PBS
- Describe at least 2 ways in which we can safely respond to difficult situations – for example, using non-physical strategies & de-escalation skills
- Identify the importance of reporting and recording when using a PBSP
- Identity the importance of reviewing and updating a PBSP
Our training centre creates an environment conducive for learning. The training centre has onsite parking and a nearby overspill car park. Lunch can be purchased from our in-house catering facility.
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