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Does anyone know of any courses that you can go on to get a "formal" qualification in behaviour management from a professional perspective?

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Thanks Marion.

I need something thats much more for 0-5's that formalises what I already do in practice if that makes sense. I can't seem to find any behaviour therapy courses or anything similar - its all CBT which is really not appropriate for under 5's.

I know that behaviour management courses are run locally for parents - I wonder what qualifications the people running them have?

I want to set up a consultancy but feel I need something formal behind me....I probably don't...my experiences and other qualifications are probably more than enough.

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Hello :)

behaviour is such a vast concept narrow it down into context?

we specialise in behaviour of people with autism

having experience of all ages and stages in various environments is good to start with then along side incorporate theory. I have done most behaviour courses relevant to asd wouldnt say I'm an expert but Im game! Have lots of course certificates, conference attendance certificates, I dont think their can be 'one' that covers the lot! Pyschology is a start. I have been on several early years 'behaviour' courses and they alt to say for children with emotional behaviour difficulties that are neuro typical because most of the practitioners on the course wanted specialised behaviour advise for atypical S&L ASD learning disability very often these children have a disordered development profile and knowledge needs to be known of this first, before really. I know I went to one organised, 2 hour behaviour talk, by a man off the telly who specialised in behaviour, the audience were all parents of asd he was practicaly boo'd off because his theory did not stand up for children with ASD. this probally not much help rambling now!

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ooh just thought the Solihull training by the PCT / NHS is a good starting alrounder and this is certificated, a formal credit from the university of central england in birmingham its a level 6.

this was my favourite one use it all the time based on containment reciprocity and behaviour management. Great resources that i dip into all the time and use for on going staff development. It starts with the 0 -5yrs then the next is the school years upto 17yrs. Im hoping to get on the next lot of new training - which I have forgot the name of! it does cost but not as costly as some Ive been on and the resources are good. you can try this address http://solihull.dsk.co.uk/solihullkids

telephone enquiries 01217883787

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Hi! Thanks for your reply and thoughts. I can't click on the link you gave :o

 

I really want a really basic course for managing errm can I say it?..."normal" every day children - time out, toddler tantrums etc. but more than the basics because I am a very experienced practitioner.

I am really looking for some formal course/certificate whatever to back up what I already do and to go on my CV.

I have found these two courses but am not convinced by either of them:

 

http://www.uk-open-learning.com/CartV3/Det...p?ProductID=640

 

http://www.ukopencollege.co.uk/certificate...iour-p-310.html

 

Any further thoughts anyone?

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