safer handling of children

Safer Handling of Children on 23rd June 2020

£120.00

Conflict Management, de-escalation, physical intervention & restraint

An alternative to Team Teach – Techniques approved by The National Federation for Personal Safety.

This 1 day/6 hour course is an introductory training course designed for any person involved in working with children and young people who may demonstrate challenging behavior in college, school or nursery.

To equip staff with basic skills to manage down incidents and apply low level physical intervention techniques.

This is part of Total Train’s accredited Managing Challenging Behaviour programme.

By the end of the training the delegate will be able to:

  • Explain how challenging behaviour can be managed down by proactive assessment and management
  • Recognise how sensory integration and adverse childhood experiences etc may need to influence the management of a child
  • Understand the person centred approach to behavior management vs the business centred approach, and the associated discrimination and child protection issues
  • Explain the use of seclusion/calming areas/rooms
  • Explain how educational needs, disabilities and medical conditions affect the safety and risk of tactical options
  • Demonstrate the safe application of a selection of physical interventions and restraints
  • Understand the basic adaptions for their demographics of staff and young people. Keeping staff and children safer
  • Have free, unlimited access to Total Train for unlimited advice, update papers and information videos

Target Audience:   Any person involved in working with children and young people who may demonstrate challenging behavior in college, school or nursery

 

Presenters: Joanne Caffrey – Total Train
Date: Tuesday 23rd June 2020
Time: 09:00 – 15:30
Venue: Furness Academy, Park Dr, Barrow-in-Furness LA13 9BB

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Conflict Management, de-escalation, physical intervention & restraint

An alternative to Team Teach – Techniques approved by The National Federation for Personal Safety.

This 1 day/6 hour course is an introductory training course designed for any person involved in working with children and young people who may demonstrate challenging behavior in college, school or nursery.

To equip staff with basic skills to manage down incidents and apply low level physical intervention techniques.

This is part of Total Train’s accredited Managing Challenging Behaviour programme.

By the end of the training the delegate will be able to:

  • Explain how challenging behaviour can be managed down by proactive assessment and management
  • Recognise how sensory integration and adverse childhood experiences etc may need to influence the management of a child
  • Understand the person centred approach to behavior management vs the business centred approach, and the associated discrimination and child protection issues
  • Explain the use of seclusion/calming areas/rooms
  • Explain how educational needs, disabilities and medical conditions affect the safety and risk of tactical options
  • Demonstrate the safe application of a selection of physical interventions and restraints
  • Understand the basic adaptions for their demographics of staff and young people. Keeping staff and children safer
  • Have free, unlimited access to Total Train for unlimited advice, update papers and information videos

Target Audience:   Any person involved in working with children and young people who may demonstrate challenging behavior in college, school or nursery

 

Presenters: Joanne Caffrey – Total Train
Date: Tuesday 23rd June 2020
Time: 09:00 – 15:30
Venue: Furness Academy, Park Dr, Barrow-in-Furness LA13 9BB

Additional Information

Presenters:

Joanne Caffrey – Total Train

Date:

23rd June 2020

Time:

09:00 – 15:30

Venue:

Furness Academy, Park Dr, Barrow-in-Furness LA13 9BB

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