Where and when?
- 24 October 2012, London
- 13 March 2013, Birmingham
- 12 July 2013, Sheffield
This event will explore how organisation policies and frameworks can be implemented to reduce the use of restrictive physical interventions. There will be an opportunity for discussion and definition of restrictive practices.
This day will be delivered with reference to current research and best practice principles.
The event will:
Explore how behaviour risk assessment and organizational structures including behaviour audit can be used productively
Examine current legislation with regard to the Human Rights Act and implications for practice with reference to Mental Capacity Act 9200), Deprivation of Liberty Act and the Mental Health Act
Look at how to promote and evidence an increase in positive lifestyle outcomes for people who may exhibit behaviours that challenge services.
Explore how organisations can effect cultural change and increase the use of positive behaviour support.
Who should attend?
This event is for people who work in senior positions or who have significant experience in the field. Participants will need to understand the principles of positive behaviour support and have experience of using positive behaviour support in their workplace
The event/workshop will explore how through the use of organizational properties and practices in relation to risk assessment and behaviour audit to reduce the use of restrictive physical interventions.
Have increased knowledge in relation to current relevant research
Be able to identify restrictive practices and discuss aspects related to human rights frameworks
Appreciate the importance of policy development in relation to the supporting positive behaviour support
Discuss the principles of organizational risk assessment within a policy framework
Understand how behaviour audit can be used to inform a change in practice and inform the development of training schedules
Identify positive outcomes which can be achieved for individuals when services implement appropriate individuals behaviour support plans.
This event is suitable for people who are working at level 3
Learning will be facilitated through:
Event facilitators will employ a variety of delivery methods to include:
Pair and group work
They will use a variety of audio visual materials appropriate to the subject areas and audience. Materials may include power-point presentations, handouts, dvd/video clips.
Handouts for the delegates to take away will support each training session, and a certificate of attendance will be handed out by the trainer at the end of each course
- Developing positive behaviour support for individual people
- Advanced positive behaviour support and autism
How much do they cost?
All events are £95 + VAT person. Discounts are available, contact us for more details.
How to book?
You can download the Events programme and booking form above, or, if you go to the Event page of your choice you can book online.
These events have been CPD Certified
Attendance will allow you to gain CPD points towards your Continuous Professional Development requirements.