Understanding and Supporting Behaviour course
On successful completion of the course, participants will be able to:
- Explain what makes behaviour challenging for teachers and learners
- Describe the theories about behaviours, and how they’ve shaped education practice
- Reflect on your own thinking and assumptions about behaviour
- Describe the internal and external influences that can place additional pressures on pupils
- Review school learning environments to identify where improvements can be made
- Use Maslow’s hierarchy of needs to assess whether pupils’ basic needs are being met
- Utilise an ABC approach to assess the function of behaviour
- Assess the impact of the incentives and sanctions used in your setting
- Create comfortable and interesting learning environments
- Employ strategies that establish ground rules, influence groups and support pupils with additional learning needs
- Draw on a range of scripts and communication strategies to influence positive pupil behaviour
- Set SMART goals and implement strategies to manage and support behaviour
Register to access our free courses, or pay for tutored courses.
Your details will be kept safe, and won’t be shared with any third parties.
How much does it cost?
A course costs £240 (inclusive of VAT).
- access to your online course for 12 months
- online support from a specialist tutor while you complete the course – typically up to 4 months
- one point of direct contact with your tutor (phone, Skype, FaceTime), which you’ll agree between you
An employer purchasing places for a number of people might opt for more tutor contact, such as a group workshop, which would incur an additional charge to cover the tutor’s time and travel expenses.
Where an organisation has a trained in-house tutor, and the in-house tutor delivers the courses:
A course costs £120 (incl. VAT)
If you’d like to explore options, please get in touch.
Feedback from our participants
“I have monitored and been more observant of what has been happening in the classroom and outside, I’ve been more persistent and consistent. This has had a much bigger and positive outcome for the children I work with.
“I feel that I have a better understanding of just how much the classroom environment and resources can affect a student’s willingness and ability to learn. Furthermore, although I have always been aware that certain students do not accept praise, especially in front of their peers, I had never thought to say things like "I have enjoyed working with you/this group this lesson." and have always relied on sending praise postcards home.
“I have enjoyed and found it very useful hearing other peoples’ goals and interventions and sharing ideas and hope to continue with learning more about others’ strategies.
Learning Support Assistant (LSA)
“I have learnt to always approach each lesson as if it is the first with your student. Always have a fresh start. I have learnt to control low level disruption immediately to avoid confrontation and escalating behaviour.