Managing Physical Behaviour in Secondary Schools and Settings
When a member of education staff makes a decision about physically intervening in a ‘physical behaviour’ situation, it is possibly the most critical moment in their career.
Our training is designed to keep your organisation and all of your people safe on every level – personally, professionally, emotionally and legally.
Our training for Secondary Schools and Colleges is specific to YOUR environment and the context of the encounters which are most likely for the people in YOUR setting.
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To respond safely, your staff must know how to:
Dealing with Intimidating or Abusive Behaviour towards Secondary Schools and Colleges Staff
Breaking Up Fights in Secondary Schools and Colleges?
Managing the audience becomes a critical skill in these situations at Secondary Schools and Colleges and is a terrifically difficult cognitive and psychomotor skill! Being at the centre of a large group of very aroused teenagers, who are upset about their friends winning or losing a physical fight, shouting and swearing and wanting to get involved…it takes some pre-planned and practiced responses from staff and the only way to develop those skills is by carrying out the appropriate ‘fire drills’ with your team to see how things roll!
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The issues of knife crime and gang affiliation in the community setting – Secondary Schools and Colleges