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Preventing & Managing Challenging Behaviour (inc Positive Behaviour Support) and Physical Intervention

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Preventing & Managing Challenging Behaviour and Physical Intervention course provides the learner with an understanding of challenging behaviour, how and why it occurs and how to respond in a positive way that encourages a process of de-escalation.

The course covers definitions of Challenging Behaviour, triggers and functions of Challenging Communication, effective communication and de-escalation skills, physical intervention techniques and post incident support.



Preventing & Managing Challenging Behaviour and Physical Intervention course is aimed at staff working in educational settings and/or with students or young persons who may exhibit behaviours that cause difficulties for themselves and/or other people. This course includes both preventative, non-physical and physical intervention skills including an introduction to Positive Behaviour Principles (PBS)


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


UNIT 1: Preventative/Non-Physical Interventions

  • Define challenging behaviour
  • Identify the triggers and functions of challenging behaviour
  • Positive behaviour support (PBS)
  • Person centred approaches
  • Identify strategies for defusing incidents, support safe practice and actions before, during and after an incident
  • To understand how we can be affected during an incident, and how to control our own responses
  • Reporting and recording incident
  • Identify the post incident strategies

UNIT 2: Physical Interventions

  • Identify the law and the use of force
  • Discuss current guidance and best practice for PI reduction
  • To be competent in the use of disengaging and physical intervention techniques


Formal presentation, group work, practical exercises and discussion.

Learner’s knowledge is evidenced by verbal or written questioning.

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



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