All delegates who attend this course will receive a £10 discount per session for each of the follow on modules from Using Psychology to Promote Positive Behaviour - A focus on:
This course of 3 half day sessions is designed to explore the importance of relationships and belonging within a setting and is the base of the pyramid in developing pre-schoolers’ readiness to learn both socially and academically.
The course will consider psychological theories underpinning social learning and becoming ready to attend and learn. Further, a model for exploring the communicative function of behaviour and how to support challenging behaviour will be reflected on throughout the three sessions.
Practitioners will be asked to consider their own settings in relation to the above to promote applying what has been introduced and explored.
Content of session 1
Relationships and belonging.
Getting it right - creating a nurturing environment (exploring attachment and atonement theories), ensuring handovers, transitions and relationship building with parents is positive.
Introduction to the Pyramid of Relationships.
Introduction to the Multi Element model.
Content of session 2
Consider the importance of the environment for behaviour.
Begin to consider communication through behaviour and apply this to challenging behaviours experienced by delegates.
Content of session 3
Explore Social Learning theory and the relevance to modelling and teaching new skills.
How can we teach new skills?
Consider the impact of executive function and when children are ready to attend and learn.
Who should attend?
This training course is suitable for all practitioners working within the Early Years sector.
Prices for this course;
Southampton City Council maintained schools £175
Subsidised price for PVI Early Years & Childcare £90
Academies, free schools and other organisations £190
Edited by Rebecca