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Team Teach positive behaviour training courses provide a holistic approach to managing behaviour for individuals and organisations working with children and adults, including health and social care settings. Our accredited, award-winning training helps your organisation build strong relationships and transform challenging situations into positive outcomes. We focus on teamwork and communication, to foster supportive working practices and recognise the needs of distressed individuals.

With over 20 years’ experience, we deliver respectful, accessible and practical positive behaviour training solutions that understand the impact trauma, attachment issues and adverse childhood experiences can have on individuals.

We are proud to have received a National Training Award, the highest level of award in the UK, recognising our innovative approach to training.

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Positive Behaviour Training: Level One

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Positive Behaviour Training: Level Two

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Positive Behaviour Training: Advanced Modules

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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 Training: Level One

(One-day course)

● Understanding behaviour and our responses to it.

● De-escalation skills and strategies.

● Low-level physical intervention techniques.

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Low-risk environments including:
• Schools
• Children’s hospitals
• Adult learning facilities
• Residential homes.

Positive Behaviour Training: Level Two

(Two-day course)

● All content covered by Level One training.

● Further support specific to the needs of your setting.

● Appropriate physical intervention techniques where necessary.

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Medium-risk environments including:
• Mainstream & special schools
• Pupil Referral Units
• Adult learning facilities
• Children’s homes
• Health and elderly care settings.

Positive Behaviour Training: Advanced Modules

● Strategies to ensure personal safety and the reduction of risk.

● Specific solutions designed for your setting.

● Reasonable, proportionate and necessary techniques for managing complex behaviour situations.

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High-risk and challenging settings including:
• Special Schools
• Pupil Referral Units
• Secure Units
• Adult learning facilities
• Children’s homes
• Health and elderly care settings.

Positive Behaviour Training: BILD ACT Certified

● Primary, Secondary, Tertiary – Non Restrictive and Tertiary – Restrictive Strategies, which envelope our Level one, two and advanced content, depending on your needs.

● Equips and certifies settings under the Restraint Reduction Network standards framework. The course is constructed based on a Training Needs Analysis.

Low-high risk settings
• Health and social care
• Schools (that require their training to be certified by BILD ACT and covered by CQC framework)
• Pupil Referral Units
• Adult learning facilities
• Children’s homes.

Positive Behaviour Training: Level One

(One-day course)

● Understanding behaviour and our responses to it.

● De-escalation skills and strategies.

● Low-level physical intervention techniques.

Read more...

Who for?

Low-risk environments including:
• Schools
• Children’s hospitals
• Adult learning facilities
• Residential homes.

ICM accredited

Yes

BILD accredited

No

Required within a CQA framework

No

Positive Behaviour Training: Level Two

(Two-day course)

● All content covered by Level One training.

● Further support specific to the needs of your setting.

● Appropriate physical intervention techniques where necessary.

Read more...

Who for?

Medium-risk environments including:
• Mainstream & special schools
• Pupil Referral Units
• Adult learning facilities
• Children’s homes
• Health and elderly care settings.

ICM accredited

Yes

BILD accredited

No

Required within a CQA framework

No

Positive Behaviour Training: Advanced Modules

● Strategies to ensure personal safety and the reduction of risk.

● Specific solutions designed for your setting.

● Reasonable, proportionate and necessary techniques for managing complex behaviour situations.

Read more...

Who for?

High-risk and challenging settings including:
• Special Schools
• Pupil Referral Units
• Secure Units
• Adult learning facilities
• Children’s homes
• Health and elderly care settings.

ICM accredited

Yes

BILD accredited

No

Required within a CQA framework

No

Positive Behaviour Training: BILD ACT Certified

● Primary, Secondary, Tertiary – Non Restrictive and Tertiary – Restrictive Strategies, which envelope our Level one, two and advanced content, depending on your needs.

● Equips and certifies settings under the Restraint Reduction Network standards framework. The course is constructed based on a Training Needs Analysis.

Who for?

Low-high risk settings
• Health and social care
• Schools (that require their training to be certified by BILD ACT and covered by CQC framework)
• Pupil Referral Units
• Adult learning facilities
• Children’s homes.

ICM accredited

No

BILD accredited

Yes

Required within a CQA framework

Yes

Who is Team Teach training for?

Everyone in your organisation can benefit from positive behaviour training. We carefully design each programme to deliver proven, safe strategies suitable for anyone managing challenging behaviour.

Our courses equip individuals with a range of de-escalation and positive behaviour strategies delivered by expert trainers with extensive experience in both education and health and social care settings.

We offer a range of training options suitable for low to high-risk settings, including:

  • Mainstream Primary and secondary schools
  • SEND schools
  • Pupil Referral Units
  • Children’s hospitals
  • Secure units
  • Health care settings
  • Adult learning and residential homes
  • Children’s homes
  • Elderly care settings

With our award-winning training, all the professionals in your organisation will have the skills and strategies they need to support distressed individuals, from front-line staff to reception and support employees.

What will you learn from a Team Teach positive behaviour training course?

We believe all behaviour is communication driven by experiences and emotions. Our training programmes help you understand the drivers and motivations displayed by distressed individuals and learn positive ways to manage challenging situations.

Build staff confidence

Our positive toolkit approach gives practical de-escalation and crisis intervention strategies you can use to minimise risk and manage conflict safely and respectfully in your setting. Build individual confidence and expertise so everyone knows how to deal with challenging behaviour appropriately and consistently.

Use Team Teach training to develop your team dynamic and shared vision of how to support distressed individuals to create strong, positive relationships between staff and service users.

A toolkit of strategies

Team Teach training helps every individual in your organisation respond in a way that is reasonable, proportionate and necessary.

Our techniques promote a respectful, supportive approach. You will learn strategies that maintain positive relationships and encourage de-escalation together with a thorough needs analysis. For lower-risk settings this may include safe positive handling techniques, including personal safety, appropriate for the environment.

For higher-risk settings, our positive behaviour training teaches strategies that ensure personal safety and the reduction of risk and restraint. Participants learn a wide range of authorised physical restraint and handling techniques specifically designed to support and respond to distressed behaviour safely. This training includes relevant legal standards and expectations related to the use of force, and reporting, recording, monitoring and evaluating requirements.

 

How to book

It’s easy to book onto a Team Teach positive behaviour training course. We have a wide range of dates and locations available across the UK. Individuals can be booked onto any of the courses that are running across the country. Alternatively, for larger groups, 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 face-to-face and virtual 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.

How courses are delivered

We offer a range of delivery options so you can choose the method that suits your needs.

In-person training: Face-to-face sessions offered at venues across the UK, or delivered in-house at a venue provided by your organisation.

Blended learning: A combination of in-person and virtual training sessions, designed to fit around the needs of your setting.

Virtual training: Learn from the comfort of your home or workplace with our online learning options.*

*Please note that for those who complete the course fully virtually, you will receive a Level 1 – non-physical certificate.

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