Up and Running Pt 1: Supporting Young People (M14) Promoting Positive Behaviour (M15)

Date: 2nd October 2021 Between: 9:00 am - 12:30 pm Location: Scout Park Training Centre, Gordon Road N11 2PB

Up and Running is a focused day of learning covering four adult training modules. For convenience it is divided into two parts. You can join us for the morning, afternoon, or full day. (Please note you cannot join us for just one module). Refreshments are supplied and if you are joining us for the day, please bring your own lunch.

Supporting Young People -Aim

To enable adult volunteers working with young people, to understand and meet their needs.

Topics covered

  • Characteristics and development of young people
  • External influences on young people
  • Creating a supportive environment for young people
  • Responding to issues affecting young people

Change of role

Revalidation of this module is required when changing sections or changing from a Supporter role to a Leader role.

Validation Criteria

Please refer to page 62   Adult Personal File.

Promoting Positive Behaviour -Aim

To enable adult volunteers to proactively promote positive behaviour and appropriately manage challenging behaviour in their section.

Topics covered

  • Defining challenging behaviour
  • Planning for positive behaviour; principles and strategies
  • Responding to challenging behaviour
  • Additional help and support for challenging behaviour

Change of role

Revalidation of this module is required when changing sections or changing from a Supporter role to a Leader role

Validation Criteria

Please refer to page 65   Adult Personal File.

Joining Information will be emailed to you at least 24 hours before the session. Please look out for it – it may be in your spam folder!

Scout Park Training Centre, Gordon Road N11 2PB

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