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P&I Training – Sessions, Costs and Additional Information

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Costs and additional information

P&I Physical intervention and de-escalation programme.

6 hours

Fully accredited certification for 2 years.

•          De-escalation techniques
•          De-escalation scenarios
•          Self-control and positive approach
•          How to record incidents of physical intervention
•          How to plan for incidents of physical intervention
•          Breaking the cycle using reflective practice.
•          Difficult situations scenario training
•          Behaviours that challenge, what can I do?
•          Techniques to manage behaviours that challenge.
•          Dealing with conflict
•          Laws behind the use of Physical intervention
•          Physical intervention scenarios
•          Attendees forum
•          Breaking the cycle using reflective practice.
•          How to hold safely – includes disarming an attacker
•          Calm approach
•          Tailored holds for your specific setting.

De-escalation techniques
Recording/planning for physical intervention.
Dealing with difficult situations and behaviours that challenge.

3-hour session
Accredited

 

•          Physical intervention scenarios
•          Attendee forum – Question and answer
•          De-escalation techniques and scenarios
•          Self-control and positive approach
•          Basic guidance to the law
•          Recording and planning for incidents of physical intervention
•          Breaking the cycle using reflective practice
•          Response scale
•          Triggers and responses

Legal guidance Physical intervention
Holds, guides and safety behind the holds.

3-hour session
Accredited

 

•          Laws behind the use of Physical intervention
•          How to hold safely – including weapon disarming
•          Self-control and positive approach
•          Minimum of 5 safe holds for use during physical intervention
•          Tailored holds for your specific setting.
•          Attendee forum – Question and answer
•          Techniques to manage behaviours that challenge
•          Safety aspects of physical intervention

Teacher behaviour support programme (SLT or senior site team not group)

3 hours suggested minimum – unlimited maximum

•          Development of classroom safety and behaviour observations
•          Consistency programme
•          Staff discussion and feedback sessions
•          Reflection and recommendation for classroom behaviour strategies
•          Documenting and reviewing

Safety and behaviour staff induction – preparing staff to work in education

2 hours

•          Policy importance
•          What to expect with regards to behaviour
•          Setting behaviour standards
•          How and where to draw the line
•          Basic behaviour management
•          Creating and maintaining positive relationships
•          Behaviour scenarios

Intensive - Dealing with difficult situations and behaviours that challenge

2 hours

•          Comprehensive difficult situations scenario training
•          Behaviours that challenge, what can I do?
•          Techniques to manage behaviours that challenge.
•          Approach to behaviour management.
•          Dealing with conflict
•          Response scale
•          Legal guidance

Intensive Recording and planning for serious incidents – Risk assessing and behaviour plans.

2 hours

•          Recording serious incidents
•          Planning for serious incidents
•          Breaking the cycle using reflection
•          Risk assessment and individualised planning
•          Completing risk assessment using incident reports
•          Bespoke creation of behaviour plans
•          Annual recording, reflecting on data and planning

Intensive De-escalation and remaining CALM during a crisis.

2 hours

•          De-escalation techniques
•          De-escalation scenarios
•          Attendee forum – Question and answer
•          Self-control and positive approach
•          Staffs role in an incident
•          Response scale

1 -1 Intervention/intensive support

2-hour session (suggested minimum)

•          1 – 1 support for individual staff
•          Dealing with aggressive behaviour when working alone
•          Approach and individualised planning for 1 – 1 young person support
•          Basic elements of the law and initial guide to physical intervention
•          Creating and maintaining positive relationships
•          Supporting staff through difficult periods

 

Anti-bullying

1.5 hours

•          Process and procedure
•          What is a bully?
•          Reporting and documenting
•          Anti-bullying and policy register
•          Surveying – staff and young people
•          Vulnerable areas
•          How to deal with bullies

Positive Handling

1-hour session

•          Introduction to legal guidance
•          How to approach children who are displaying challenging behaviour
•          Techniques to manage behaviours that challenge
•          Introduction to de-escalation
•          Display of intervention techniques
•          Attendee question and answer forum

Supporting staff resilience

1-hour session

•          Understanding resilience
•          Techniques to support resilience
•          Group approach to resilience
•          Whole staff team role in approach to resilience
•          How to compartmentalise and forward planning
•          Organisational resilience

Physical Intervention
Legal Guidance

1-hour session

•          Laws behind the use of Physical intervention
•          Physical intervention scenarios
•          Attendee forum – Question and answer
•          Basic guidance to de-escalation
•          Basic guidance to recording incidents

Introduction to De-escalation and remaining CALM during a crisis.

1-hour session

•          De-escalation techniques
•          De-escalation scenarios
•          De-escalation attendee forum
•          Self-control and positive approach
•          Staff members role in an incident

Introduction to Recording and planning for serious incidents – Risk assessing and behaviour plans.

1-hour session

•          Recording serious incidents
•          Planning for serious incidents
•          Breaking the cycle using reflection
•          Risk assessment and individualised planning

Introduction to dealing with difficult situations and behaviours that challenge

1-hour session

•          Difficult situations scenario training
•          Behaviours that challenge, what can I do?
•          Techniques to manage behaviours that challenge
•          Approach to behaviour management
•          Dealing with conflict

Setting specific Consultation
Early years through to College (SLT or senior site team not group)

Minimum 1-hour session – unlimited maximum.

•          Behaviour policy support
•          Individualised staff training plan
•          Targeted intervention for stand out behaviours
•          Pastoral overview
•          Young person observation
•          Planning for individual/unfamiliar behaviours
•          Safety and behaviour reviews
•          Site safety
•          Bespoke development of all behaviour support needs

Creating and maintaining positive relationships with pupils

1-hour session

•          Setting the standards
•          Tone and volume
•          Where to draw the line
•          Follow up and see it through
•          Positive approach
•          Speaking with pupils
•          Consequence
•          Consistency

Working towards a calm lunchtime environment.

1 hour

•          Role of lunch staff
•          How do children view the role?
•          Benefits of a calm environment
•          Barriers to excellent behaviour
•          Encouraging positive behaviour
•          Keeping yourself safe
•          Lessons from serious case reviews

Parent and Carer Support Programmes

Understanding behaviour management (for parents and carers)
How the school does it.

1 hour

•          Understanding how the school manages behaviour
•          Staff training and how the schools do it
•          Behaviour, consequence/sanction and reward
•          Behaviour management techniques
•          Consistency
•          Working together
•          Positive Handling
•          Individual targeted support for parents/carers

Positive parenting and behaviour management (for parents and carers)
Managing behaviours at home.

1 – 3 sessions.
1 hour per session delivered over a number of days. Not suggested to carry out 3 sessions back to back.

•          Understanding behaviour
•          Standards of behaviour
•          Roles and expectations
•          Parental role and response to behaviour issues
•          Strategies and techniques to support behaviour management
•          Antecedents/triggers – signs and support
•          Creating effective consequence
•          Outcomes of positive behaviour support

Children and Young Person Support Programmes

Self Esteem workshops. (male only)

1 – 6 sessions.
1 hour per session delivered over a period of time. Not suggested to carry out more than 2 sessions back to back.

•          Introduction to Self Esteem
•          First impressions
•          The Man Trap – what does your family expect, what messages do we get from TV and the media
•          Roles and expectations
•          Influence and safety
•          Being yourself
•          Sexual health and teen pregnancy
•          Scenario based activities

Anger Management Programme

Unlimited periods for lengthy anger support. Suggested minimum of 3 sessions.
Suggested Average of 5 sessions per young person.

•          What is anger
•          Identifying anger in yourself (triggers)
•          Managing anger
•          Impact of anger (self and others)
•          Consequence of anger
•          Maintenance and how to manage outbursts of anger

Understanding Peer Pressure

Suggested minimum of 3 sessions. (1 hour per sessions)
Suggested Average of 5 sessions per young person.

•          Understanding peer pressure
•          The power of peer pressure
•          Relationships and peer interaction
•          Positive and negative motivation
•          Who’s in charge
•          Choices and decisions
•          The link between peer pressure and offending behaviour
•          Making a positive contribution

Offending behaviour and offensive behaviour.

Suggested minimum of 3 sessions. (1 hour per sessions)
Suggested Average of 5 sessions per young person.

•          What is offending behaviour
•          What is offensive behaviour
•          The law
•          Knife crime, drugs and alcohol, violence in the community
•          Impact of offending behaviour, self and others.
•          Consequence of offending behaviour
•          Hate crime
•          Positive role models and making decisions.
•          Scenarios and outcomes