Positive Behaviour Support (PBS Training) Level 2

Three Day Workshop

Our PBS training workshop will enable supervisors and managers to gain further knowledge of how PBS models are created and applied within their own work setting. Furthermore, they will learn new methods that ensure their staff team are working consistently with young people in their care and that their needs are being met by every staff member.

The reduction in the use of restrictive physical interventions is a key feature of today’s behaviour management strategies within children’s services. Applying proactive strategies that are designed to improve the quality of life for young people reduces the need for reactive strategies such as physical interventions and restrictive practices.

Positive Behaviour Support is an evidenced based behavioural support practice. It uses a person centred, values based model, in order to improve the quality of life for vulnerable people and reduce challenging behaviour.

The Level 2 course in Positive Behavioural Support is aimed at supervisors and managers who are directly line managing those who work with young people that present challenging behaviours. This course will introduce the PBS Competence Framework. Guidance that has been produced by the Positive Behaviour Support Coalition.

This training workshop will enable supervisors and managers to gain further knowledge of how PBS models are created and applied within their own work setting. Furthermore, they will learn new methods that ensure their staff team are working consistently with young people in their care and that their needs are being met by every staff member.

If PBS is completely new, it is recommended that our Positive Behaviour Support Training Level 1 is completed first.

Learning Outcomes of PBS Training Course Level 2

  • Ensure that the staff team provide consistent care
  • Create a PBS culture within your team
  • Behaviour management strategies are clearly communicated across the team
  • Ensure that young people are involved in their own behaviour support plan
  • Ensure that there is a ‘whole team’ approach to behaviour support
  • Reduce stress levels within the staff team
  • Avoid bad practice
  • Produce evidence that justifies own practice
  • How to deliver inclusion in practice
  • Produce clear performance measurements.

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