Promoting Positive Behaviour/Exploring Behaviours that Challenge (Front Line Staff)

Event on: 2018-February 8th 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Trainer: Louise Hughes

The aim of this course is to equip frontline staff with the knowledge they need to promote positive behaviour, thus allowing them to offer support to the adults they work with, to help to develop skills to improve their quality of life, develop positive relationships, have choices and participate in their community.

This course reflects the standards of practice set by NISCC in relation to ‘Respecting the rights of service users while seeking to ensure that their behaviour does not harm themselves or other people’.

By the end of the course learners will:

  • explore the development of shared values, which promote the attitude, skill and knowledge needed to implement positive behaviour management
  • explore the complex range of causes of behaviour that challenges and how environmental factors and interactions may contribute to someone becoming distressed
  • explore the skills, qualities and approaches needed to support vulnerable adults in managing their behaviour.

cost ARC Members £85.00 | Non-Members £105.00

Location Verbal Arts Centre, Stable Lane, Bishop Street, L/Derry BT48 6PU

Booking Arrangements To secure a place complete and return a booking form to training.ni@arcuk.org.uk