A Behaviour Boot Camp for OOSH Educators

Behaviour Boot Camp

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Newcastle, Friday 5th August, 9.30 – 4pm

Learn from Child psychologists Dr Louise Porter: Practitioner, author and academic and Dr Lee Sturgeon, Clinical psychologist and the inspiring Declan Edwards.

This is an intensive masterclass aimed at supporting Educators to develop their skills in identifying and responding appropriately to children with heightened or escalated behaviour. The day focuses on positive guidance on a range of children’s behaviours with the knowledge that children are all unique with different needs and potential behavioural concerns.

The content respects the rights of the child and the importance of building and maintaining positive relationships with every child and their family.

The day includes keynote addresses and interactive workshops.*

Educators will have the chance to learn:

  • strategies to identify and develop appropriate ways of dealing with behaviours of concern
  • how to accentuate positive behaviours
  • implementing limits and consequences
  • serious breaches of behaviour

*Network reserves the rights to change, amend the timetable and speakers as necessary.


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