Strategies to manage behaviours that challenge: a Behaviour Analysis approach (virtual training)
Supporting autistic children and young adults (2-19 years)
We know that all behaviour has a function and can serve as communication. Behaviours that challenge often occur as a result of an individual being unable to express themselves. We appreciate the importance of identifying the reasons behind that behaviour, to enable us to offer the appropriate support for the individual that’s tailored to their specific needs. After completing this course you will have the tools to help autistic individuals communicate in a way that’s right for them.
This 2-day course provides a comprehensive introduction to behaviour analysis and its application to managing behaviours that challenge. It would benefit any professional working with autistic children and young adults, including school staff, social workers, nurses and family support workers. It would also benefit parents seeking further knowledge prior to applying for a Behaviour Analysis setting, embarking on a home programme, or those wanting to reinforce their child’s education outside of school areas.
Please feel free to contact us in advance of making a booking so we can advise you if the course if suitable for your training needs.
The course includes theory, videos, written tasks and discussions.
The topics are as follows:
- Introduction to Behaviour Analysis
- What are behaviours that challenge?
- Behaviour as communication: introduction to Verbal Behaviour
- Effective teaching strategies.
- 2 days, 9:45am – 3pm
- Online via teams
- Includes all course materials.
We are unable to run this course in person at the moment. To register your interest complete the form below.