Course description – this course is designed to provide the learner with the practical skills and knowledge to enable them to apply the PROACT-SCIPr-UK® approach whilst supporting individuals with challenging behaviour.
Course aim – upon completion of the course participants will have acquired sufficient skills and knowledge to use PROACT-SCIPr-UK® in their practice.
Duration – minimum of 12 hours taught time usually delivered over 2 consecutive days.
Target audience – parents, carers, or professionals who provide support to adults or children with any of the following conditions: autism, adhd, intellectual disabilities, emotional, behavioural and social difficulties, mental health conditions or dementia.
Pre-requisite knowledge and skills – there are no pre-requisite requirements for this course.
Assessment method – formal practical & theory assessment.
Objectives & learning outcomes – this course is a certified course and is designed to comply with the Restraint Reduction Network (RRN) Standards.
On completing the course learners will be able to:
- identify that behaviour serves a purpose.
- name the four functions of behaviour.
- identify the elements of the PROACT-SCIPr-UK® whole approach.
- identify the health & safety issues associated with the use of audit-based physical interventions.
- demonstrate competence in the physical interventions taught in a training environment.
- identify how relevant legislation and guidance influence working practice.
- describe the difference between behaviour support and behaviour control.
- identify and define active interventions that will reduce the risk of behaviour escalation.
- identify proactive, active & reactive strategies as part of the PROACT-SCIPr-UK® whole approach.
- describe their responsibilities when implementing PROACT-SCIPr-UK®.