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Principles and Practice of Intensive Interactions

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Quick Overview

This course covers the principles of ‘Intensive Interactions’. The knowledge and skills covered enable staff to interact with service users in a meaningful way, therefore minimising the potential for ‘Challenging Behaviour’ and any ‘Restrictive Interventions’.



Staff working in care settings and who support individuals may exhibit behaviours that challenge. It can also serve as an important prelude for staff who may be moving on to learn physical disengagement / intervention skills


To build on existing knowledge by looking at the causes of ‘Challenging Behaviour’, and examining proactive measures as well as reactive strategies that staff can utilise to prevent positively manage ‘Challenging Behaviours’


  • Human communication and interaction
  • Communication difficulties and people with learning disabilities - sensing, perceiving and processing information 
  • The therapeutic relationship – the overall role
  • Intensive interaction – definition and purpose
  • Who is intensive interaction useful for?
  • Intensive interaction and autism
  • Intensive interaction and severe learning disabilities
  • Identifying a person’s preferred means of communication and learning
  • Identifying the communication and learning styles of a person with a learning disability
  • Intensive interaction and using all senses
  • Repetition and its relationship to skills development
  • Intensive interaction in practice
  • Planning for using intensive interaction within a person-centred support plan
  • The people we support and intensive interaction – where might we use the principles
  • Evaluation and close


Formal presentation, group work, practical exercises and discussion. (The length of the course is determined following a training needs analysis).

 Learners knowledge is evidenced by verbal or written questioning, and will include a Multiple Choice Test

Contact us for more information and to discuss your needs: E: trainers@securicare.com or T: 01904 492442

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Product Type Classroom Training

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