Understanding Behavioural Challenges
This course is an interactive workshop where we look at the causes of behaviour and techniques to de-escalate situations, to help you identify strategies to help prevent re-occurrence of challenging behaviours. It focuses on identifying and understanding the reasons children with autism can display challenging behaviour. This course is suitable for people who are seeking support in understanding the causes of challenging behaviour and wish to learn techniques to promote positive behaviour. Participants will receive a copy of the slides used on this course
Training Provider Overview
The Yard is an award-winning charity running adventure play services for disabled children, young people and their families in the east of Scotland. We offer disabled children and their siblings the chance to experience creative, adventurous indoor and outdoor play in a well-supported environment. Since we opened in 1986, our services have grown significantly, but we will always retain our holistic approach and ethos of a child-centred and child-led play service.
At The Yard, our role in the lives of children and families is an ambitious one. Our single purpose as an organisation is to provide care, support, and opportunities for fun and friendship for disabled children and young people. We also encourage families to let go, promoting challenge, personal growth and supported independence for their children.
We currently provide training on Thursday mornings during term time at The Yard Edinburgh in topics related to what we do best - inclusive play, Signalong, understanding autism and behavioural challenges, disability awareness and communication methods. Our courses canb benefit organisations as diverse as the emergency services, banks, taxi drivers as well as playworkers, nursery staff and teachers. You can book on our website or by phone. All courses are introductory with no previous knowledge or experience needed.
Training Provider Contact Details
Provider Name: The Yard
Telephone: 0131 476 4506
Our short courses are intended as an introduction to the topics. Some of the courses have been developed with third party organisations and are delivered by Tailor Ed on our behalf. Our inclusive play course has been developed by our own team based on decades of experience of delivering the best inclusive play environment. Our Introduction to Signalong course is approved by the Signalong charity and delivered by an in-house trained practitioner. We conduct surveys after every course and monitor these closely in order that we can make changes and improvements on the very rare occasion that we would be required to do so.