Positive Handling

  • Positive Handling

Course Summary

Our positive handling training provides staff with risk mitigation, positive intervention strategies, self-protection and disengagement options when dealing with challenging behaviour from children and young people. The course examines the use of physical interventions and reasonable force and managing the risks associated with the physical restraint of children and young people.

 

Who is this course for?

Delegates who have not previously completed a positive handling course may wish to undertake this training. Equally, this course will support those who have previously undertaken positive handling training and who wish to update their knowledge, skills and continued professional development.

 

  • Teaching Staff;
  • Designated Safeguarding Leads;
  • Deputy Head Teachers;
  • Heads of Year;
  • School Governors;
  • Supervisory Staff;
  • Whole Setting Delivery.

 

Aims of the course

The aim of the course is to equip you with the required knowledge to keep children and young people safe who may be displaying challenging behaviour.

 

The course aims to show you how to safely use physical interventions and reasonable force if required in order to keep the child or young person safe.

Intended Outcomes

Delegates will have the opportunity to learn how to:

  • Understand the legal obligations and constraint depending on location
  • Make decisions based on a clear understanding of what their duty of care requires of them in critical situations;
  • Use a common framework to describe the phases, intensity and risk level of behaviour they are dealing with;
  • Apply a range of different verbal and non-verbal tactics which are non-physical, to reduce the risk of escalation or to defuse situations which are escalating;
  • Describe the legal principles which underline their right to use physical force in different scenarios and to know when it is appropriate to (and when it is inappropriate to) use physical force with reference to local statute/legal principles;
  • Understand the legal obligations and constraint depending on location
  • Recognise situations of high-risk and to avoid introducing actions into a scenario which would heighten the risk of serious injury or death during an incident;
  • Apply the principles of safe intervention with children in a school environment to a number of key scenarios, which often occur;
  • Effectively record the salient facts and rationale in a structured manner after the incident to withstand examination during inspection.

 

Costs and Dates
  • AED 500 per delegate plus 5% VAT = AED 525
  • Dates:
  • Monday 29th March 2021 (12:30 to 4:30pm UAE time)

 

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