Social and emotional care support: Behaviours of concern
|Delivery mode||Face-to-face workshop|
Learn to respond effectively to behaviours of concern of people. Information and skills are associated with handling difficult incidents rather than managing ongoing behavioural difficulties.
- Define and compare behaviours of concern and ongoing behaviour difficulties
- Outline the understand the:
- Potential medical/health conditions which may cause behaviours of concern in clients
- Non-medical/health causes of behaviours of concern
- Early warning signs of behaviours of concern and their escalation
- Behaviours of concern as a conflict situation
- Identify how our personal behaviours and communication styles can contribute to the expression of behaviours of concern
- Discuss approaches to defuse behaviours of concern and what to do if the strategies do not work
- Explain the importance of debriefing and taking care of yourself after dealing with a behaviour of concern
This course is open to staff and volunteers of CHSP and/or HACC PYP providers in Victoria.
It's suitable for community care workers, direct care workers, and social support workers.
This course is suitable for all staff and volunteers wanting to build and/or refresh their understanding of behaviours of concern and how to respond effectively.
What to bring
Please bring along a notebook and pen to take your own notes. In addition, we’ll supply you with a workbook.
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Receive a Victorian Community Care Education and Training Service (VCCETS) Certificate of Attendance upon completion of this course.
The certificate complements any existing qualifications you have working in the Commonwealth Home Support Programme (CHSP) and the Victorian Home and Community Care Program for Younger People (HACC PYP).
Statement of attainment
If you wish to be issued with a unit of competency statement of attainment, you will need to undertake further assessment. This assessment will cover both knowledge and skill components. You may be required to provide additional information about how you are applying your workshop training in the workplace.
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Book this course
Select your preferred location and date to make a booking:
|Wednesday 15 May 2019||9.30am - 4.30pm||Southern metropolitan||Frankston||Register now|
Thursday 27 June 2019
|9.30am – 4.30pm||Loddon-Mallee||Maryborough||Register now|
How to cancel
If you've booked and now you can't attend, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please give us at least one week's notice, so we can offer your place to someone else.