Team Teach’s award-winning positive behaviour management training is suitable for a wide range of health and social care settings. Our courses equip individuals and teams with strategies for dealing with challenging behaviour that can transform outcomes in hospitals, care homes, facilities for addiction, mental health, and beyond.
Our framework is based on a sophisticated understanding of challenging behaviour, and provides a versatile set of tools to manage conflict, crisis and aggression. Our approach vastly reduces the need for invasive restraint, minimises serious incidents, and increases the quality of care provided.
We provide training which is thoroughly researched and accessible to staff at any level. Our approach has been developed by practitioners with over 20 years of experience and each course is tailored to the needs of the participants.
Team Teach training prioritises the personal safety of staff and service users alike. Individuals are equipped with a toolbox of effective techniques for managing behaviour. As a result, they feel safer and more confident: more able to carry out their job, and to help others. Our training equips a toolkit that can help reduce stress, conflict, and staff turnover.
Our courses provide a range of safe, proven positive handling techniques, but place the greatest emphasis on practical de-escalation and communication strategies so that physical intervention and restraint can be avoided wherever possible.
The Team Teach approach is focused on strategies which foster positive relationships throughout your work environment, improving teamwork and morale. Our training encourages individuals to turn challenging situations into learning opportunities, leading to a noticeable improvement in the standard of care provided.
A 6-hour course in positive behaviour management strategies for low-risk health and social care settings, including foster care and hospitals.
A 12-hour course exploring a greater range of positive handling techniques, suitable for medium-risk health and social care settings such as residential care homes, facilities for addiction and mental health.
Our advanced modules teach a range of risk-reduction, positive-handling and intervention strategies for responding to extreme dangerous behaviour in high-risk health and social care settings.
Two levels of instructor courses equip individuals with the tools and confidence they need to lead on and assist positive behaviour management training in their organisation.
Excellent trainers. The way the people on the course gelled together. The understanding that weapons are in use more and more in our workplace. The knowledge of everyone.
Residential Care Worker, Health and Social Care Organisation
In 10 years of teaching this is the first course that has provided me with a confidence for my safety, my pupils safety and a way forward for staff and pupils together to build more productive and positive relationships.
Senior Teacher, EBD Residential School