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The Centre for the Advancement of Positive Behaviour Support 

The UK’s leading resource for PBS and Active Support services

 

The Centre for the Advancement of Positive Behaviour Support (CAPBS) at BILD was created to develop the knowledge, understanding and skills in the learning disability sector around positive behaviour support.


What does the Centre do?


The Centre acts as a think tank and a forum, and helps inform the strategic direction for BILD’s mission to reduce the use of restrictive practices and to learn from international practice.
 
It develops resources that can be used by individuals, families, academics and professionals to improve the lives of people with learning disabilities and their supporters, globally.
 
The Centre connects people, contributes to professional development and understanding and supports collaboration with a shared purpose.

 
Who is it for?


For members of BILD, and for academics, professionals, individuals, family members and supporters of people with learning disabilities, as well as government agencies and organisations whose aims are to improve the lives of people with learning disabilities, particularly those who are labelled as having ‘challenging’ behaviour or behaviours of concern. 

 
Working in partnership

The Centre works in partnership with the University of Queensland Centre for Clinical Excellence, alongside a group of international academic and practitioner advisors who are leaders in the field of Positive Behaviour Support. 



What we offer:


Find out more about the Centre's services and resources below.


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CAPBS resources about PBS

As well as videos and an animation to introduce PBS to those looking to understand what it is and how it works in practice, these resources give information and guidance about PBS and about the use of restraint and restrictive interventions such as 'time out' and seclusion in schools.


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CAPBS Consultancy  

The Centre for the Advancement of Positive Behaviour Support has a bank of highly qualified and experienced consultants who can guide individuals and organisations through change and professional development. We can help organisations identify areas for change and provide the ‘how to’ in cultural change and development using PBS approaches. 


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CAPBS Coaches Network

The CAPBS Coaches Network is a forum for individuals and their organisations to discuss challenges and share good practice in implementing Positive Behaviour Support within organisations, with peers.  

It offers opportunities to share practice informally and at CPD events and meetings coordinated by the Centre.


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CAPBS Training  


We are the UK leader in training in Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) with a wide range of tried and tested training programmes designed to meet the needs of those learning about PBS for the first time and intermediate programmes for those with some knowledge who need to extend this.

You choose the specific PBS and Active Support training that best meets your needs and work with us to adapt it to best meet your needs.


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Conferences and Professional Development events         

CAPBS's PBS conferences are the UK's leading source of PBS policy discussion and practice debate.

Our professional development events support managers and staff to develop the skills to apply PBS approaches in the workplace.

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BILD PBS publishing

BILD is the UK’s leading publisher of books about Positive Behaviour Support and reducing restrictive practices, and we publish the International Journal of Positive Behavioural Support. 


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