Online Training – Promoting Positive behaviour (15)

Date: 30th September 2020 Between: 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm Location: online LTM: Val Leddington

Scouts Hereford and Worcester – Training and Support

Promoting Positive Behaviour

Wednesday 30th September, 7.30 – 9.30pm, ONLINE via Zoom.

Are you finding session difficult due to behaviour?    Do you feel you need some help and ideas? This training is for you.  It covers the learning for Module 15 of the Scout Adult Training Scheme.

Areas covered:

  • Defining challenging behaviour.
  • Planning for positive behaviour; principles and strategies.
  • Responding to challenging behaviour.
  • Additional help and support for challenging behaviour.

To sign up, please e-mail our County Training Administrator – mark.strain@scoutshw.org.uk including the following information:

  • names and dates of courses being applied for,
  • full name,
  • Scout membership number, Scout appointment, Group and District (and County if not from Hereford and Worcester),
  • contact phone number and e-mail and
  • any needs we should take into consideration for the delivery of the course(s).

To find out what other training we have available, go to www.scoutshw.org.uk/training-courses

If you feel that you already have the appropriate skills and knowledge covered in this course, but haven’t yet validated it, please get in touch with your Training Adviser.

To validate the module you should be able to demonstrate a good knowledge of all the areas covered in the training

and one of the following:

  • Work in partnership with young people to develop or review your section Code of Conduct
  • Outline the strategies you use to promote positive behaviour in our section
  • Plan and run a game or activity exploring acceptable and unacceptable behaviour with the young people in your section.

and one of the following:

  • Show evidence of how you have appropriately de-escalated an incident of challenging behaviour
  • Show evidence of responding effectively following an incident of challenging behaviour; reflecting and reviewing with adult leadership team, young person and possibly parent.
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