Positive Behaviour Management and Team Teach
What is Team Teach?
Team Teach is an accredited, award-winning provider of positive behaviour management training, equipping individuals and teams in a variety of settings to deal with challenging situations and behaviours in ways that lead to desirable outcomes and positive relationships at work or in daily life.
The positive behaviour management strategies that Team Teach develops and promotes emphasise team building, personal safety, communication, and verbal and non-verbal de-escalation techniques for dealing with challenging behaviour which reduce the need for physical intervention. As a last resort, positive handling techniques are taught, to resolve conflicts in ways that are safe, and which provide opportunities for repair and reflection for everyone involved.
Team Teach training options and delivery:
- Positive Behaviour Management Level One – a 6 hour course appropriate for low-risk settings, including mainstream primary and secondary schools. Delegates certified for 36 months.
- Positive Behaviour Management Level Two – a 12 hour course designed to deliver proven, safe strategies for managing challenging behaviour in medium-risk settings, including Pupil Referral Units and special schools. Delegates certified for 24 months.
- Re-accreditation courses for schools/delegates still within their original certification period are available. These are half the time of the initial course & the focus can be determined by the school.
Training is normally delivered in-house, covering eight modules which are tailored specifically for your setting. Book early to guarantee your chosen date, especially if you are aiming for a common Inset day; these fill up very quickly. Prior to the training, we will discuss the content with you, and a specific curriculum will be designed to meets the needs of the attendees. It is a practical, interactive training process, designed to transform participants’ practice and allowing them to understand and implement holistic behaviour management strategies.
New staff joining your setting can be trained on one of our open 'mop up' courses that run on a regular basis.
Please contact us to discuss the appropriate option for your setting.
Who's Challenging Who?
Considering behaviour and how we support all children and young people
“Who's Challenging Who?” is a 3 hour session which explores the importance & role of relationships in supporting children and young people whose behaviour we often describe in schools as challenging. It is designed to be delivered in school as a 3 hour inset session. Please contact us for further information about booking this training.
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