Managing Behaviour‏ in 4-11 Year olds

About The Course

Managing Behaviour – 4-11’ course is a Continuing Professional Development course focusing on the expected behaviour of children aged 4-11, and the strategies that can be used to manage behaviour in this age group. Using a hands-on approach, including role plays, this course will deepen your understanding of children’s behaviour and equip you to offer parents powerful and appropriate techniques to deal with challenging behaviour.

 

The common core training is for those childcarer a or nannies who wish to be on the OFSTED voluntary register and is therefore aimed at 0-8years. It is useful for those who work with over 8’s particularly in terms of multi agency working and chil protection and so you may find those who run After School clubs for example are interested in attending. Childminders would also be encouraged to attend and this would ensure they again are working to meet legislation requirements as carers of 0-8’s.

 

The way the Common Core is planned is to ensure all home carers meet a certain level of knowledge which is recognised by OFSTED.

Who The Course Is Suitable For

Managing Behaviour – 4-11’ is aimed at anyone working with children aged 4-11, including nannies, childminders and au pairs, and is particularly interesting for anyone wanting to move into consultancy work. It may also be of interest to parents and grandparents wanting to explore different aspects of behaviour management.

Assessment

This course is not assessed.

Pre-requisites

None

Certification

A certificate of attendance is provided at the end of the day for your portfolio.

Course Content

The course covers expected behaviour, including challenging behaviour issues, in children aged 4-11. It examines common pitfalls in talking to children and how to avoid them and positive skills for improving behaviour, motivation and self-esteem. It will help you teach children to express their feelings in words rather than in their actions and deal with anger, frustration and tantrums. Throughout the course there is a focus on working in partnership with parents.

About the trainer

The course is taught by Miriam Chachamu, family therapist, parenting consultant and the author of the high acclaimed book ‘How to Calm a Challenging Child’ (Foulsham, 2008). She is a member of the United Kingdom Council of Psychotherapy (UKCP), a trained systemic family therapist, holds an MSc from The Institute of Family Therapy and is a qualified human givens practitioner and supervisor.

Training Location

We are based in London Victoria, about a 10-15 minute walk from the main train station.

Upcoming Course 28th of July 2018

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Ticket £75show details + £75.00 (GBP)  

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