BB Training

Principles of Promoting Positive Behaviour

BB Training
In Lichfield, Chorley, Durham and 12 other venues

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Typology Training
Level Intermediate
Location At 15 venues
Class hours 6h
Duration 1 Day
Description

You will develop an understanding of the principles of behaviour management and how to deal with unwanted behaviour in the setting. You will be able to identify the importance of the environment when supporting children. You will also explore how British values support positive behaviour.

Facilities (15)
Where and when

Location

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Bedford (Bedfordshire)
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Busy Bees Bedford Elstow, Progress Park, Elstow, Bedford, MK42 9XE, MK42 9XE

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On request
Bristol (Avon)
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Ferndene, Bradley Stoke, Bristol, BS32 9DF, BS32 9DF

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On request
Chorley (Lancashire)
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Brooke Street, Chorley, Lancashire, PR7 3BS, PR7 3BS

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On request
Colchester (Essex)
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Busy Bees at Colchester Stanway, 342 London Road, Stanway, Colchester, Essex, CO3 8LT, CO3 8LT

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On request
Crawley (West Sussex)
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Busy Bees Crawley Denvale Park, Haslett Avenue East, Crawley, RH10 1SS, RH10 1SS

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On request
Durham
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Morrisons Trust, Darlington Morton Park, Morton Park Business Training Centre, Morton Park, Yarm Rd, Darlington, DL1 4PJ, DL1 FPJ

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On request
Farnborough (Hampshire)
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Busy Bees Farnborough Pyestock, Armstrong Way, Pyestock, Farnborough, Hampshire, GU14 0LP, GU14 0LP

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Fulham (London)
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Treetops - Fulham, 57 Filmer Rd, Fulham, London, SW6 7JF, SW6 7JF

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Gillingham (Kent)
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Busy Bees at Gillingham Brompton, Khartoum Road, Gillingham, Kent, ME7 5AX, ME7 5AX

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Guildford (Surrey)
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32 Portsmouth Rd, gu2 4dj

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Leeds (West Yorkshire)
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Busy Bees at Leeds Colton Mill, Stile Hill Way, Leeds, LS15 9JB, LS15 9JB

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On request
Leicestershire (Northamptonshire)
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le16 9hl

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Lichfield (Staffordshire)
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Latchford House, Shenstone Business Park, Shenstone, Lichfield, WS14 0SB, WS14 0SB

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Northampton (Northamptonshire)
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Busy Bees Northampton Riverside, Riverside Park, Museum Way, Northampton, NN3 9HW, NN3 9HW

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Wirral (Merseyside)
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ch49 7lr

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To take into account

· What are the objectives of this course?

Challenging behaviour Types of challenging behaviour Reason for challenging behaviour Understanding schema’s and how implement these to support children’s learning Strategies for managing challenging behaviour Positive reinforcement

· Who is it intended for?

You should attend this course if you are a parent or work with children or young people who want to develop a better understanding of how to respond to the difficult or challenging behaviour of the children that they work with. Teachers, Teaching Assistants, Nursery Workers, Carers and Childminders, Social Workers and Health Care Professionals, Youth/Activity Workers and Leaders, After School Workers and Volunteers, Sports Coaches and Teachers, Church/Religious Leaders and Volunteers

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What you'll learn on the course

Positive Behaviour
Promoting positive
Promoting Positive Behaviour
Behaviour
Challenging Behaviour
Schema's
Positive Reinforcement
Schools
Childcare
Residential Care

Teachers and trainers (5)

Abigail Court
Abigail Court
Regional Trainer

Annette Higgins
Annette Higgins
Regional Trainer

Gillian Herring
Gillian Herring
Regional Trainer

Jane Cowell
Jane Cowell
Regional Trainer

Katheryne Cobb
Katheryne Cobb
Regional Trainer

Course programme

What will I learn?

You will develop an understanding of the principles of behaviour management and how to deal with unwanted behaviour in the setting. You will be able to identify the importance of the environment when supporting children. You will also explore how British values support positive behaviour.

Key Topics:
  • Challenging behaviour
  • Types of challenging behaviour
  • Reason for challenging behaviour
  • Understanding schema’s and how implement these to support children’s learning
  • Strategies for managing challenging behaviour
  • Positive reinforcement

Who should attend this course?

You should attend this course if you are a parent or work with children or young people who want to develop a better understanding of how to respond to the difficult or challenging behaviour of the children that they work with.

This course is ideal for:

Teachers, Teaching Assistants, Nursery Workers, Carers and Childminders, Social Workers and Health Care Professionals, Youth/Activity Workers and Leaders, After School Workers and Volunteers, Sports Coaches and Teachers, Church/Religious Leaders and Volunteers


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