This training considers different influences on behaviour and thinks about how we can change what we do and the support that we give in order to limit the occasions that a child resorts to the fight/flight/freeze/flop response to situations in our setting. With a focus on inclusion, we want to consider how we can prevent a child’s behaviour becoming a reason for them to not be able to access the setting or the full learning experience that you can provide there; i.e. how we can prevent their impairment from becoming a disability.
It will take you up to 8 hours to complete the online self guided study, practical activities and webinars.
Who is it for?
This course is written for practitioners working in Early Years settings but is open to anyone who touches the Early Years sector as part of their working life.
You’ll be supporting by the Training team at Dingley’s Promise through the training mailbox [email protected]
On completion you’ll receive a certificate from Dingley’s Promise Training.
What trainees have said about the course:
“Loved this course. It expanded my thoughts to the reasoning behind certain behaviours and also gave me great ideas of ways to monitor and respond to challenging behaviours.”
“It provided a fantastic opportunity to be more reflective and to view other ideas and perspectives.”
“Really informative and gives the opportunity to see the whole child and their families, identifying reasons for behaviour, and ideas for how as a setting we can best support them.”
“This course has been very interesting. I love all the links to resources and webinars. Lots of practical support. Thank you.”