Adult Sector Courses
For those working with vulnerable adults in a range of settings, including residential and day care, supported living centres, health settings and elderly care homes.More Information
Our Adult’s Services courses are suitable for people who work with vulnerable adults in a range of settings, including residential and day care, supported living centres, health settings and elderly care homes. They are designed to support those who work with adults who can, for a variety of reasons, present challenging behaviour.
Our training enables your staff to:
- prevent and de-escalate crises
- understand the role of Positive behaviour support plans within a behaviour management framework
- understand the causes of challenging behaviour and its functions
- provide effective coping strategies for service users and support workers
- reduce the need to rely on high-risk interventions
- learn a range of breakaway and physical techniques
We offer two models of delivery for this training:
Participant model – one of our highly experienced BILD accredited PRICE training Instructor’s deliver the course directly to those in your organisation who need the skills. If you are interested in this model you can find out more by clicking on the Participant courses from the list below.
Instructor model – you send a member of your staff to train to become a BILD approved in-house PRICE Instructor. Once qualified they can deliver bespoke training within your organisation to those who need it. You can train as many people as your organisation requires. If you’re interested in this model, you can find out more by clicking on the Instructor courses from the list below.
|Instructor - Positive Approaches to Challenging Behaviour - Adults||5 day course||> Read More|
|Instructor Refresher - Positive Approaches to Challenging Behaviour - Adults||4 day course||> Read More|
|Instructor Plus - Positive Approaches to Challenging Behaviour - Adults||2 day course||> Read More|
Combining expertise through training, consultancy, procedures and direct work to improve the lives of vulnerable children and adults.