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Preventing and Managing Disruptive, Challenging and Hazardous Behaviour Training

In response to requests from Headteachers for accessible Restrictive Physical Intervention training, the Swaledale Alliance has joined forces with Securicare International Ltd to provide an entry level training programme for Alliance schools.

Course overview

The course focuses on restraint reduction, primary and preventative strategies for the management of disruptive and challenging behaviours. It also covers positive responses to physically challenging or hazardous behaviours.

Intended Audience

Those who teach, support and care for young people who may present behaviours that are disruptive, challenging or hazardous.

Course Programme

The programme is made up of two parts, initial online learning and one day on-site training.  The online learning must be completed prior to attend the on-site training.

Online Learning Course Objectives

  • Understand the current Legislation and Guidance
  • Understand the impact and contribution that attitudes and attributions can have on responses to behaviour
  • Describe challenging and hazardous behaviour and the root causes and functions of these behaviours
  • Describe Person Centred Approaches
  • Understand what is meant by Trauma Informed Care
  • Describe Primary and Secondary Strategies for behaviour management
  • Describe Tertiary Strategies for responding to behaviours that challenge
  • Identify key aspects relating to the law and the use of force
  • Describe the post incident support process and reflective practices

1 - 2 hours should be allowed for the online learning element of this training.  This must be completed a minimum of 48 hours prior to the training day.

 On-site Training Day

  • Understand the different methods and types of disengagement techniques
  • Preventative strategies and risk factors associated with disengagement techniques
  • Demonstrate effective methods of disengaging from physically challenging behaviour
  • Identify and consider the definition of physical intervention techniques.
  • Understand the different methods and types of physical intervention techniques.
  • Preventative strategies and risk factors associated with physical intervention techniques.
  • Demonstrate effective methods of making physical interventions.
  • Respond to physical behaviour in a way that promotes safety and well-being whilst employing physical intervention techniques.

 Assessment

Disengagement and physical interventions skills are assessed via a physical assessment and verbal Q&A.

 Units within Assessment

UNIT

CONTENT

1

Legislation, Regulations and Guidance

2

Attitudes and Attributions

3

Primary and Preventative Strategies

4

Understanding Individual Characteristics

5

Positive Behavioural Support

6

Secondary Early Intervention Strategies

7

Secondary Strategies Including De-escalation

8

Tertiary Strategies Including Physical Interventions

9

The Law and the Use of Force

10

Disengagement Skills and Physical interventions

 

Date & Venue

Wednesday 8th December 2021, 9am – 4pm.  The event will be held at the Swaledale Alliance Training room, Brompton-on-Swale Primary School, DL10 7JW.  Light refreshments will be available, please bring your own lunch with you.

Cost

The programme including online learning, training day and certificate is £85 per Swaledale Alliance partnership school delegate.  A cancellation charge will be made if a delegate cancels less than 7 days before the training date or fails to attend.  

To Book A Place

Please email Mags Thompson – mthompson@swaledalealliance with the details of your delegate and a Purchas Order number (if applicable).

Further dates will be added in Spring 2022 - to join our waiting list, please email mthompson@swaledalealliance.org

Non-Alliance schools - please contact mthompson@swaledalealliance.org to discuss attending this course.