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Guide to Managing Challenging Behaviour - Parent Workshop


Guide to Managing Challenging Behaviours - Parent Workshop

Do your children have challenging behaviour that is difficult to manage?

This workshop outlines a powerful and effective model for dealing with difficult behaviours, including self injury and aggression. The Guide to Managing Challenging Behaviours training involves an introduction to broad-spectrum behaviour analysis in the form of the Pyramid Approach to Education™.

Discussion focuses on the importance of addressing learners’ skill development when managing unwanted behaviour. Additional key elements of the training include the description and design of effective educational environments that emphasise the use of systematic reinforcement. The link between functional activities, communication training and the reduction of unwanted behaviour is explored.

This workshop teaches participants to determine and define unwanted behaviour. Participants are taught how to asses why the behaviour is happening, and are given a range of strategies to decrease the likelihood of the behaviour happening again. Finally issues related to the evaluation and monitoring of behaviour plans are discussed.

You will learn how to:

 Who should attend?

 “A fascinating, enjoyable course with a huge amount of practical information that I can’t wait to take back into practice.”
Attendee, Guide to Managing Challenging Behaviours, Glasgow

Agenda: 9:30 AM to 2:30 PM 
Registration Time: 9.00 AM to 9:30 AM
Tuition includes: Detailed Handouts with space for note taking - Certificate of Attendance -refreshments

DelegateTraining:  Professional £160 Students £144 Parent £85.75
This particular workshop is only hosted at our Brighton office location.  The price is reduced as you have to provide your own lunch at this venue.

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