Learn how to control the extreme behaviour of young people by adopting the least intrusive intervention by taking this training for Positive Handling in Schools. Unruly and rebellious actions by school pupils can easily harm the education of others and develop into more serious issues if the appropriate steps are not taken. This expertly-written course focuses on proven tactics and techniques that can help to create safe classrooms and safeguard children from physical or emotional harm.
This Child Guidance tutorial offers ten comprehensive modules filled with advice and information for handling challenging behavioural issues without adversely affecting a child’s development or sensibilities. You will be shown the fundamental concepts behind positive handling methods, as well as effective ways of dealing with aggression and confrontation. Additionally, you will also learn about best practice models in a schooling environment, government guidelines, legal considerations, and appropriate techniques for restraint and searching. Anyone with safeguarding responsibilities for children will find this to be an invaluable aid to effective care.
Please note that the Positive Handling in Schools course provides valuable and appropriate knowledge for anyone wishing to work in childcare or education. However, it does not offer professional qualifications to immediately work as a teacher or child carer. Always check with prospective employers for requirements before performing any type of child care or supervision.
By completing the Positive Handling in Schools course, you will gain a new understanding of child behavioural issues and the correct steps to take when dealing with them. This will be highly beneficial training for those looking to work in schooling or childcare professions.
This course is designed to provide a helpful guide to dealing with problematic issues during childcare and schooling. As such, it offers an excellent way to gain the skills and knowledge needed to work as a teacher or a professional childcare worker. Full-time and part-time learners are equally supported, and it can take just 20 to 30 hours to gain accreditation, with study periods entirely customisable to your needs.
Assessments (either in the form of multiple-choice questions or assignment questions) relating to incident management and childcare will be given to all students and must be completed to pass the course successfully.
|Module 01: Introduction to Positive Handling in School|
|Introduction to Positive Handling in School||00:19:00|
|Module 02: A Serious Business|
|A Serious Business||00:24:00|
|Module 03: The Aggression Curve|
|The Aggression Curve||00:18:00|
|Module 04: Trauma and Disability Management|
|Trauma and Disability Management||00:22:00|
|Module 05: The SCARF Model|
|The SCARF Model||00:25:00|
|Module 06: Government Advice and Guidance|
|Government Advice and Guidance||00:20:00|
|Module 07: Making Decisions: Duty of Care|
|Making Decisions: Duty of Care||00:20:00|
|Module 08: The Law|
|Module 09: Physical Intervention and Restraint|
|Physical Intervention and Restraint||00:20:00|
|Module 10: Screening, Searching and Confiscation|
|Screening, Searching and Confiscation||00:21:00|
|Assignment – Positive Handling in Schools||03:00:00|