BCoT held its first virtual open event of the academic year on Tuesday 13 October.
Many children tend to display aspects of behaviour that challenges at some point
in their lives, but most eventually develop the necessary skills to grow out of this.
However, some children (especially those with a learning disability, sensory issues or a
mental health condition) may not develop these skills without the appropriate help and
support, and therefore may continue to display behaviour that challenges.
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.
This course is split into six manageable units: Unit 1: Awareness of behaviour that challenges in children Unit 2: Principles of intervention when working with
behaviour that challenges in children and
young people Unit 3: Behaviour that challenges and mental health
in children Unit 4: Behaviour that challenges and learning disabilities Unit 5: Behaviour that challenges, sensory issues and autism Unit 6: Legislation supporting behaviour that challenges
In order to complete this Distance Learning Course at no charge you will need to match the following entry criteria:
Studying via distance learning means you can choose when and where you study.
This course is delivered:
Fully online with online learning materials
To find out more information please email email@example.com quoting the course reference