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Team Teach provides accredited, award-winning training in positive behaviour management strategies. Our courses equip individuals and teams working with both children and adults in a variety of settings to transform challenging situations and behaviours into positive outcomes and maintain positive relationships.
Positive Behaviour Management Level One
Positive Behaviour Management Level One – 6 Hour is a one-day course aimed at individuals operating in low-risk service settings, including mainstream primary and secondary schools, children’s hospitals, adult learning and residential homes.
It equips individuals with simple de-escalation strategies and basic positive handling techniques to deal with challenging behaviour.
Positive Behaviour Management Level Two
Positive Behaviour Management Level Two – 12 Hour is a two-day course designed to deliver proven, safe strategies for anyone managing challenging behaviour in medium-risk settings, including Pupil Referral Units, special schools, adult learning facilities, children’s homes and health and elderly care settings.
It provides an understanding of the causes of challenging behaviour, along with respectful, supportive and practical strategies for de-escalation and crisis intervention.
Why use Team Teach?
- Team Teach received a National Training Award, which is a government supported award for organisations demonstrating exceptional achievement through training and development
- Team Teach courses are seen very favourably by Ofsted as schools can evidence support of pupils with behaviour issues
- Team Teach training helps employers meet their obligations under Health and Safety legislation
- In the Mental Health and Well-being Provision in Schools report recently published by the Department for Education, Team Teach was referenced as a key provider of “evidence informed programmes, involving whole-school approaches and/or staff training within the behavioural and anti-bullying policies, that were broadly aimed at establishing positive learning environments.”