MANAGING
BEHAVIOURS

FOR CARERS
MANAGING BEHAVIOURS
This course will support foster carers to appreciate the complexities of challenging behaviours and to enable the assessment of a foster child’s underlying needs. It will introduce the attachment theory, the secure base model and practical techniques to manage behaviours.
OBJECTIVES
  • Introduce the attachment theory and how this can help to understand a child’s behaviours
  • Explain how a child’s early experiences can affect their behaviour patterns
  • Introduce the secure base model and how this can support management of behaviours
  • Introduce the ABC model and how this can support management of behaviour
"I've learnt so much, I will be putting my new skills into practise straight away! Thank you"
COURSE DETAILS
DURATION
FACE TO FACE:
FULL DAY
VIRTUAL TRAINING:
HALF DAY
DELIVERY OPTIONS
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