Understanding Behaviour that Challenges Level 2
In an individual’s personal or work life they may encounter behaviour that they find hard to understand and difficult to ‘manage’. This course aims to give learners an insight into behaviour that challenges and how to respond to these situations in the most appropriate and supportive way. Learners will examine what behaviour that challenges means, why it may occur and how to promote positive behaviour. They will learn about the importance of effective communication and the vital role of reflection following episodes of behaviour that challenges. Learners will also explore the support available to maintain their own well-being.
Behaviour that challenges others is almost always a form of expression (a way of telling us something) and an indicator of unmet needs. The ‘challenge’ is not the person. The challenge is to understand the triggers for and reasons behind their behaviour. This understanding will help care and education providers alike to develop the proactive strategies needed to reduce incidences of behaviour that challenges in the future.
Available in England Only
Please note: If you live in West Midlands or Liverpool. We currently do not have funding for your area.
Digital or Paper-based
6 to 12 Weeks
NCFE / CACHE / TQUK
- What is meant by the term ‘behaviour that challenges’?
- How to recognise changes in individuals that may indicate an episode of challenging behaviour
- The importance of non-verbal communication
- How reflection on an incident can assist in managing future behaviour
- Candidates must be aged 19 years or over as of the 31st of August 2020
- Candidates must have lived within the EU for the last 3 years or more
- Candidates must currently reside in England
All the distance learning courses are accredited by NCFE/CACHE or TQUK and are nationally recognised.