This Challenging Behaviour training course is suited to anyone that works with people that show signs of aggressive or destructive behaviour in their workplace. This could be in a health and social care or an education setting.
Unfortunately, the side-effects of many illnesses are anger and aggression. This is also known as challenging behaviour. In order for your staff to protect themselves and those they care for, it is vital they know how to recognise and diffuse situations involving challenging behaviour. It is your responsibility as an employer to keep your staff safe, so training them on how to diffuse a situation, before having to physically defend themselves, is certainly a step in the right direction.
This Challenging Behaviour training course will teach you what challenging behaviour is, different types of challenging behaviour, some of the causes of challenging behaviour, the impacts and results of challenging behaviour and how to deal with the outcomes of challenging behaviour.
The aim of this Challenging Behaviour training course is to greater increase your understanding of challenging behaviour, its causes and outcomes, as well as relevant legislation.
The key points covered in this course are:
Knowing more about challenging behaviour in a health and social care or education settings is essential for not letting situations get out of hand and for your staff's safety. That’s why we have put together common challenging behaviour questions our training experts get asked.
If you have any more questions, get in touch and we will be happy to help!
Become certified in challenging behaviour today and enrol on our Challenging Behaviour Awareness training course. It covers the below questions in more depth!
Challenging behaviour is any type of behaviour that causes significant distress or danger to the person of concern or others, including an outburst of aggression or resistant behaviour.
Challenging behaviour is most often, though not exclusively exhibited by individuals with learning developmental disabilities, individuals with dementia or other mental health needs, such as strokes or acquired brain injuries, individuals with psychosis and by children. Although, such behaviours can be displayed by any person.
Challenging behaviour in health and social care is a long term set of actions that puts the person being cared for and those around them (including a carer) at risk, or reduces their quality of life.
Challenging behaviour includes:
Our blog 'Dealing with Challenging Behaviour for Care Workers' provides a guide on challenging behaviour in health and social care.
This online Challenging Behaviour Awareness training course is designed for staff that want to gain a better grasp on how to deal with the challenging behaviour of children or adults who they work with. The roles this could include are:
Our Challenging Behaviour course is available 24/7, anytime, anywhere. Perfect for care staff with busy schedules or difficult shift patterns.
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