Level 2 Certificate in Understanding Behaviour that Challenges
Would any of your learners benefit from completing some caring training courses? For carers, or individuals looking to become carers, training courses are second only to on-the-job training in terms of gaining the skills needed to be a competent carer.
This qualification aims to develop your learners’ knowledge of and skills in handling behaviour that challenges. This includes looking at the difference between conflict and behaviour that challenges and aggression versus assertive behaviour. Your learners will look at the impact and possible causes of this behaviour and pro-active strategies they can use to support positive behaviour.
Our training courses for carers are ideal for your learners who are looking to pursue careers in the health and social care sector, or for those learners who are already acting as carers, either professionally or personally.
Unit 1: Understand behaviour that challenges
In this unit your learners will learn about how behaviour can be perceived as challenging, including the underlying issues that can affect behaviour and the impact this behaviour can have on others.
Unit 2: Understand how to support positive behaviour
This unit will provide your learners with an understanding of behavioural changes and triggers that may escalate behaviour. They will also consider how strategies and support plans can promote positive behaviour and gain an understanding of legislation that protects the rights of the individual.
Unit 3: Understand the importance of effective communication and the management of behaviour that challenges
Within this unit your learners will learn more about the impact that communication can have on the management of behaviour that challenges. They will also learn how positive reinforcement and other techniques can help to
Unit 4: Understand the role of reflection and support for those involved in incidents of behaviour that challenges
In this unit your learners will understand the importance of reflection following an incident of behaviour that challenges, including understanding the consequences of learners’ own actions and how to maintain their well-being.