Working with young people with challenging behaviour in the outdoors

When:
September 27, 2017 @ 09:30 – September 29, 2017 @ 13:00
2017-09-27T09:30:00+01:00
2017-09-29T13:00:00+01:00
Where:
Rookhow, Grizedale, Cumbria*
Cost:
£300 including accomodation
Contact:
Lily Rowe Horseman
07789 723 061

27th-29th September finishing at lunchtime on the 3rd day.

Download a booking form for this course.

This is a 3 day OCNWMR accredited course worth 3 credits. Delivered in partnership with Jon Cree.

We will delve into: what challenges us as leaders in the outdoors; theory on challenging behaviour, up-to-date neural research; triggers and causes for behaviour that challenges us, ways of dealing with ‘real life’ scenarios; de-escalation and formulating/reviewing your own policies, including looking at the validity of sanctions and rewards in a community based approach. We will look at how to develop our own empathetic responses to children and young people and how to react to their needs.

As this is an OCN Level 3 course worth 3 credits it will require participants to reflect on their own practice and write up a workbook after the course which we estimate would take approx 8 hours work. It is suitable for people who have trained as Forest School practitioners or who work in the outdoors.

“this course has really helped me re-appraise the way I work with some of our students and has actually given me new strategies for working with challenges that have worked!” ~ participant from February 2011 course

*This venue has basic accommodation on site which is included in the price. Other local accommodation is available.

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