This interactive workshop has been developed to assist
managers and supervisors in providing their staff with the skills, knowledge and understanding to support clients with Behaviours of Concern.
The training incorporates the National and State Disability Service Act and Standards, NDIS Act as well as relevant government related policies of best practice, which will assist managers to effectively risk manage their clients, which assists in enhancing their clients’ quality of life. Group activities will be conducted to further enhance your staff’s understanding of the term Behaviours of Concern and why they occur. We will look at the principles of adapting a positive approach to behaviour support and positive practice, as well as prevention and pro-active approaches, which also focus on staff keeping themselves safe.
Participants on successful completion of this workshop will:
- develop an understanding of what is meant bt the term behaviours of concern;
- develop an understanding of antecedents (triggers), behaviour and outcomes;
- develop an understanding of policy-related “best practice” approach;
- develop an understanding of the principles of Restrictive Practices (seclusion, chemical restraint, mechanical restraint, physical restraint, environmental restraint)
- develop an understanding of the importance of consultation and documentation in supporting clients that displays behaviours of concern and
- be provided with strategies, which will assist staff to keep themselves safe whilst supporting clients that engage in behaviours of concern.
TARGET GROUP: Frontline staff, Volunteers, Carers, Managers and Supervisors.
FACILITATOR: Robert has experience in community programs, risk management, injury management and has incorporated his extensive skills into this program which will further strengthen the learning outcomes for all participants. Rob is also an approved training provider by SafeWork NSW and a qualified assessor and trainer.
We do travel outside Hunter & Central Coast area so please contact BTG to discuss.....
Please contact BTG to make a booking (02) 4367 0071 or 0412 050 614