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Level 2 Certificate in Behaviour that Challenges in Children

Develop an in-depth knowledge of behaviour that challenges in children


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Summary

Price
Free
Funding options

This course is available via government funding, so at no cost to you. To be eligible for funding, ...

Study method
Distance learning, self-paced
Duration
4 weeks
Qualification
Level 2 Certificate in Behaviour that Challenges in Children (RQF)
Additional info
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Overview

This qualification will provide you with a detailed understanding of behaviour that challenges in children, including how such behaviour can be assessed and the avoidance techniques that can help minimise the effects of behaviour that challenges. You will look at how different coexisting conditions, such as a learning disability, a mental health condition, sensory issues and autism can impact on behaviour that challenges and how to support those children who experience these complex behaviours.

Qualification

Level 2 Certificate in Behaviour that Challenges in Children (RQF)

Resources

  • Course flyer: Level 2 Certificate in Behaviour that Challenges in Children - download

Description

This course is split into 6 units:

Unit 1: Awareness of behaviour that challenges in children

  • Section 1: Understand what is meant by behaviour that challenges
  • Section 2: Understand who may experience behaviour that challenges
  • Section 3: Know how behaviour that challenges can be assessed in children
  • Section 4: Understand the impact behaviour that challenges can have.

Unit 2: Principles of intervention when working with behaviour that challenges in children and young people

  • Section 1: Understand how strategies can help promote positive behaviour
  • Section 2: Understand how to record incidents
  • Section 3: Know how to avoid behaviour that challenges in children
  • Section 4: Know the importance of safe physical intervention.

Unit 3: Behaviour that challenges and mental health in children

  • Section 1: Understand the characteristics of mental health
  • Section 2: Understand how UK legislation can support the human rights of children with a mental health condition
  • Section 3: Know how mental health affects behaviours that challenge in children
  • Section 4: Know how to support children with a mental health condition experiencing behaviour that challenges.

Unit 4: Behaviour that challenges and learning disabilities

  • Section 1: Understand the characteristics of learning disabilities
  • Section 2: Understand how UK legislation can support the human rights of children with a learning disability
  • Section 3: Understand typical behaviour that challenges expressed by those with a learning disability
  • Section 4: Know how to support children with a learning disability experiencing behaviour that challenges.

Unit 5: Behaviour that challenges, sensory issues and autism

  • Section 1: Understand the characteristics of sensory issues and autism
  • Section 2: Understand how UK legislation can support the human rights of children with sensory issues and autism
  • Section 3: Understand typical behaviour that challenges in children expressed by those with sensory issues and autism
  • Section 4: Know how to support children with sensory issues and autism experiencing behaviour that challenges.

Unit 6: Legislation supporting behaviour that challenges in children

  • Section 1: Understand legislation supporting behaviour that challenges in children
  • Section 2: Understand wider support available when working with children with behaviour that challenges.

Who is this course for?

This qualification is aimed at anyone who wishes to develop an in-depth knowledge of behaviour that challenges in children in order to progress into related employment in education or health and social care settings. Anyone who currently works in the education and health and social care sectors would also benefit from the course, as well as anyone with a personal need for, or interest in, more detailed knowledge of behaviour that challenges in children.

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A regulated qualification is delivered by a learning institution which is regulated by a government body. In England, the government body which regulates courses is Ofqual. Ofqual regulated qualifications sit on the Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF), which can help students understand how different qualifications in different fields compare to each other. The framework also helps students to understand what qualifications they need to progress towards a higher learning goal, such as a university degree or equivalent higher education award.

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