COURSE SEMH, How to Plan & Record Physical Interventions in Schools,1.11.19

What happens when physical interventions are necessary as a last resort or part of the duty of care to keep pupils safe in educational settings?

What happens when physical interventions are necessary as a last resort or part of the duty of care to keep pupils safe in educational settings?

This course examines the current guidance about the use of force in schools.

Participants will examine case studies and have up to date information on the legal position which is necessary to safeguard both staff and young people alike.

There will be practical activities enabling participants to create exemplar documentation from policy to practice; including risk assessment, serious incident reporting, and specimen care and control policies.

It will support staff to develop strategies to manage the anxieties, escalations and crises that can evolve from unmet learning needs.

 

NB this course will not contain information on how to hold young people

Refreshments are included. On arrival, mid-morning and lunch.

 

Tutor: Sara Burgess

Follow the link to book on the course - http://www.skills4bradford.co.uk/Training

 


Opportunity

Published: 11/10/2019
Audience: TAs, HLTAs, Mentors, Teachers, SENCOs, SLT
Contact: Heather Varo

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