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Positive Behaviour Training

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Become a trainer

Team Teach training is renowned for its reasoned, researched and considered approach to positive behaviour training. Our experienced and knowledgeable trainers can provide you with the knowledge and skills required to become a trainer yourself. You will be able to train as part of your existing job role and deliver Team Teach training to staff within your organisation.

Not only does it offer flexibility to choose when, where and who you deliver your training to throughout the year, it is also a much more cost-effective option for your organisation.

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Positive Behaviour Training: Intermediate

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Positive Behaviour Training: Advanced

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Positive Behaviour Training: BILD Certified

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Courses What the course covers Who the course is for ICM Accredited BILD Accredited Required within a CQC Framework

Positive Behaviour Trainer: Intermediate

(Five-day course)

● Accreditation to deliver Level One and Two positive behaviour training as a lead trainer*

● A toolkit of de-escalation and crisis intervention strategies.

● Positive handling and personal safety strategies

● How to tailor training to your setting and individual needs.

● Relevant legal standards and expectations.

Low-risk environments not covered by CQC framework, including schools, children’s hospitals, adult learning and residential homes.

Positive Behaviour Trainer: Advanced

(Four-day course)

● For individuals who already have Intermediate training.

● Accreditation to deliver Advanced positive behaviour training modules as a lead trainer*.

● Positive handling and intervention strategies for dealing with extreme and dangerous behaviour

● Relevant legal standards and expectations relating to use of force.

Medium-risk environments not covered by CQC framework, including mainstream & special schools,
Pupil Referral Units, adult learning facilities, children’s homes and health and elderly care settings.

Positive Behaviour Trainer: BILD ACT Certified

(Five-day course)

● Complies with the Restraint Reduction Network Training Standards.

● Required for NHS commissioned services.

High-risk and challenging settings covered by CQC framework

Positive Behaviour Trainer: Intermediate

(Five-day course)

● Accreditation to deliver Level One and Two positive behaviour training as a lead trainer*

● A toolkit of de-escalation and crisis intervention strategies.

● Positive handling and personal safety strategies

● How to tailor training to your setting and individual needs.

● Relevant legal standards and expectations.

Who for?

Low-risk environments not covered by CQC framework, including schools, children’s hospitals, adult learning and residential homes.

ICM accredited

Yes

BILD accredited

No

Required within a CQA framework

No

Positive Behaviour Trainer: Advanced

(Four-day course)

● For individuals who already have Intermediate training.

● Accreditation to deliver Advanced positive behaviour training modules as a lead trainer*.

● Positive handling and intervention strategies for dealing with extreme and dangerous behaviour

● Relevant legal standards and expectations relating to use of force.

Who for?

Medium-risk environments not covered by CQC framework, including mainstream & special schools,
Pupil Referral Units, adult learning facilities, children’s homes and health and elderly care settings.

ICM accredited

Yes

BILD accredited

No

Required within a CQA framework

No

Positive Behaviour Trainer: BILD ACT Certified

(Five-day course)

● Complies with the Restraint Reduction Network Training Standards.

● Required for NHS commissioned services.

Who for?

High-risk and challenging settings covered by CQC framework

ICM accredited

No

BILD accredited

Yes

Required within a CQA framework

Yes

What are the benefits of becoming a positive behaviour trainer?

Our courses equip and certify you to deliver our positive behaviour training courses to employees within your organisation. This will be a benefit to not only yourself, but your organisation and those within your care.

The personal benefits:

  • An in-depth understanding of behavioural support strategies
  • Skills, knowledge and understanding to deliver training sessions
  • Continued professional development to enhance your knowledge and skills
  • Develop your presentation and communication skills
  • Increase your understanding and awareness of behaviour as communication
  • The opportunity to develop your leadership role within your organisation

The benefits for your organisation:

  • A cost-effective way to train larger teams
  • A consistent approach to positive behaviour training that isn’t reliant on external courses
  • Develop a shared culture, understanding and vocabulary around behaviour
  • Ongoing professional development for staff that fits into your schedule
  • An understanding and awareness of behaviour as communication and the strategies to de-escalate challenging situations
  • Develop a framework to reduce risk and restraint
  • Training that is specific to the unique needs of your setting
  • Responsive training options that are unaffected by staff turnover
  • The reassurance that all training meets relevant legal standards and expectations

We provide continued support, whether it’s enquiring about what’s right for you, attending the course or even support following on from your training. You’ll have access to our training area for ongoing support and our expert trainers have experience in both education and health and care settings so they can discuss the specific needs of your organisation.

Additional course information

It’s important you have the right level of recent experience before becoming a Team Teach accredited trainer so you have the skills and confidence necessary to lead training sessions within your organisation. That’s why we suggest course participants have completed Level Two training in the past 24 months if you wish to teach the Level Two course.

To become an Advanced trainer, you must have already completed the Intermediate training and hold a current certificate. You will also need to hold a valid one-day Emergency at Work First Aid Qualification, or equivalent.

Team Teach accreditation lasts for 12 months. You will need to complete an intensive two-day (intermediate) or three-day (advanced) re-accreditation course within this time period to ensure you continue to stay qualified to deliver training.

The vast majority of our participants achieve full accreditation, but if you do not reach the required confidence or competency levels, you can be awarded an ‘assist pass’ instead. This allows you to assist in the delivery of training courses delivered within your organisation. You can upgrade an ‘assist pass’ to a full pass by successfully completing a future intermediate re-accreditation course.

How to book a trainer course

Booking a Team Teach trainer course is simple. We have a wide range of dates and locations available across the UK. Alternatively, get in touch to discuss holding Team Teach training at your venue.

To book a course: Use our search tool to browse the dates and locations of our courses. It’s simple to book online using a credit card or generate an invoice for your employer.

For in-house training: Register your interest by filling in our simple enquiry form and we’ll be in touch to discuss your training requirements. One of our experienced lead trainers will arrange a further consultation to discuss your needs in more detail and arrange dates for the delivery of the course.

Unsure which course you need? Fill in our simple enquiry form and we’ll be in touch to recommend the best course for your individual needs and setting.

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