Promoting Positive Behaviour
2 Hours Course
- The Adult’s role when Managing Behaviour
- Influences on a Child’s Behaviour
- Dealing with Challenging Behaviour
- How to Promote Positive Behaviour
- Establishing Goals
- Positive Reinforcements
- Boundaries, Praise and Positive Feedback
- Partnership with Parents
Included: Lesson Plans, Attendance Records, Course Expectations, Course Evaluations, Power-Point Presentation, Handouts (if applicable), Worksheets (if applicable), Trainer Tips and Certificates.
Audience: All Staff
Care Commission Quality Themes: 1.2/1.5/3.3/3.4
Child at Centre 2 Quality Indicators: 2.1/5.2/5.3/5.5/5.8/9.1
Training Provider Overview
Since 2009, the SQA ‘Highly Commended’ Childcare Management Company (CMC) has successfully delivered Scottish Vocational Qualifications in Social Services (Children and Young People) at Level 3 (fully funded by Skills Development Scotland) together with a broad range of Continued Professional Learning opportunities for those employed within the early years and childcare sector. Tailored to suit each level of audience, our CPL courses provide participants with an opportunity to reflect on, refresh and broaden their current industry knowledge-base and practise.
We work predominately with Early Years and After School Care settings across the west of Scotland, but welcome and consider enquiries from settings in any area. We will always do our best to work within each client’s budget and endeavour to provide a solution that is workable for all parties concerned.
Please call our office for a ‘no obligation’ discussion or send an email to email@example.com with a brief summary of your wishes and we will do everything we can to meet and exceed your needs.
Training Provider Contact Details
We want to ensure that with each course we deliver, your team will gain valuable skills and knowledge that will enhance and further develop their practice. We therefore follow a 4-step process to measure the quality and continuous improvement of our services as follows:
Assess: Following your initial enquiry, we will ask you to complete a ‘Course Expectations’ form, which will allow us to assess your needs as a nursery owner/manager and understand our audience ‘demographic’. The assigned trainer will telephone you to discuss your requirements in full and confirm the delivery arrangements that suit your setting’s operation.
Deliver: On the day of delivery, the trainer will ensure all participants register their attendance at the outset of the course. A PowerPoint Presentation covering each element of the course will be delivered, and *handouts (*where relevant) will be distributed. Questions from participants are welcomed and encouraged at any stage during delivery, however, dedicated time is also allocated for a Q&A session at the end of the course.
Evaluate: Following the Q&A, participants will be asked to complete a feedback and evaluation form to measure the value gained by each participant. These forms will be returned to CMC head office and reviewed by the trainer and director. Where we feel the feedback evaluation scores/comments from any individual requires further assistance and/or clarification, we will contact the nursery owner/manager to offer additional support to be actioned without delay.
Certificate: Upon completion of the course, all participants will receive a CMC Certificate of Attendance detailing the training course they have undertaken to evidence their commitment to Sector Specific Continuous Professional Learning.