Successfully embedding, sustainable high quality, effective person-centred behavioural supports in any organisation depends upon the creation of a robust eco-system. This needs positive shared values, an explicit practice model, a practical policy framework, appropriate environments, leadership at all levels, a quality assurance strategy and an approach to learning and development that identifies and meets the learning and support needs of staff across the services.
An intensive programme for practitioners with some experience of developing behaviour support who would like to extend their knowledge, expertise and competencies in the implementation of attachment based and trauma informed positive behaviour support planning.
This 3-day program involving two residential days 3 months apart is designed to prepare individuals who will lead on the implementation of behaviour support within a specific service e.g. a residential unit, day service or school. Compulsory work is set between each day with the option of assessment for academic credit available.