Managing behaviour that challenges
£20 + VAT
This course is perfect for people who live and work with children who experience behaviour that challenges. Throughout the course we look at some of the causes and consequences of such behaviour and what kinds of strategies can be developed in order to manage it in the most effective way.
All about this course
This managing behaviour that challenges course will help students to understand how to help children manage their own behaviour. It will help you to examine children’s behaviour and develop ideas and strategies that can be applied in the work setting.
This course covers the basic needs of children, why it is important that these needs are met and how these can be met. It will also cover the different types of behaviour that challenges and give some examples. Finally we look at best ways to set boundaries for children to follow and how this will help with their behaviour.
Our managing behaviour that challenges course is designed for teachers, carers or anyone else working with children.
You will earn 3 CPD points on completion of the course, this course will take around 3 hours to complete and the certificate will last for two years.
Fully CPD registered
Completed online with instant downloadable certificate
Fully printed certificate posted next day
Covers all required legislation and practices
Complete the online multiple choice assessment as many times as you need to pass
Unit 1 – Understanding the Causes of Behaviour that Challenges – In our first unit we will be looking at the basic needs of a child and what happens when the needs are not met, this unit will also include examples of the kinds of behaviour that challenges and how they may come about.
Unit 2 – Gaining the Trust of Children – This unit will be exploring the transitions in children’s lives and how these can be challenging for some groups, it will also look at why it is important to have an effective relationship with children, as well as how to prepare children for transitions in their life.
Unit 3 – Setting Boundaries for Children To Follow – In this unit we will be looking at the boundaries that are set for children and why boundaries are necessary, as well as the benefits of them. This unit will also look at negotiation and what may happen if negotiation doesn’t work.
Unit 4 – Praise and Rewards – This unit will consider the importance of praise and rewards when trying to reduce or prevent incidents of behaviour that challenges, it will also look at the operant conditioning theory.
Unit 5 – Communication – In this unit we will look at communication and why it is important when working with children that experience behaviour that challenges, this unit will also look at alternative forms of communication that may be used.
Unit 6 – Autism within Education – In this unit we will be exploring what happens when a child breaches boundaries and does not meet expectations that have been placed upon them. This unit will also cover the use of timeouts and the effectiveness of ignoring unwanted behaviour.
Unit 7 – Self-reflection and Self Care – In our final unit we will be looking at the importance of self-reflection and self-care for individuals who live or work with children who experience behaviour that challenges. We will also look at how people who work with children who experience behaviour that challenges can protect themselves and look after their mental health.