The train the trainer course allows services in the learning disability sector to create their own teams to train the Positive Behaviour Management training programme to their own direct care staff.
The Positive Behaviour Management training programme consists of the following components:
· Historical Development
· An Introduction to Challenging Behaviour
· Positive Behavioural Support and Restraint Reduction strategies
· Understanding Aggressive Incidents
· Primary Prevention: Factors Influencing user and carer behaviour
· Secondary Prevention: The dynamics of aggressive incidents
· Individualised Risk Assessment
· Introduction to Reactive Strategies: Legal Concepts
· Post-Incident Management
· Monitoring the use of physical interventions
· Organisational Issues and good practice
· Self Protection
· Proxemics (personal space etc)
· Safe holding
The ten day Positive Behaviour Management train the trainer course takes place over three months. It is split into blocks of five, two and three days. Delegates complete a multiple choice question paper at the end of the first week. They present one unit of the theory in either the middle or the last block and they are assessed on the practical over the last two days.
During the course delegates are required to undertake three days' practice of physical interventions and one day's theory study.
When they successfully complete the course they are given free intranet access to a range of training materials to enable them to deliver the Positive Behaviour Management training programme in-house.
Train the trainer courses take place around the
If you have not worked with us before we will ask you to complete a pre-training audit so we can ensure our training meets your needs. You will also need to sign a training agreement and supply a copy of your challenging behaviour policy.
For more details download our information sheet or contact the Positive Response office.
"PBM training is an integral part of our staff training, to ensure a positive, safe and holistic approach to our service users."
Andrea Osborne, New Bridges