Positive Behaviour Management Courses

Our positive behaviour management courses help organisations, staff and individuals in health, social and educational settings learn a range of new skills to support people who display aggressive or destructive behaviour, including restrictive and non-restrictive physical intervention skills, de-escalation and breakaway techniques with restraint reduction strategies.

Deliver BILD Act Certified Courses

Positive Behaviour Management Train-The-Trainer

Train your staff to deliver our BILD Act Certified training within your own organisation.

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BILD Act Certified

Timian Positive Behaviour Management Training

Gain confidence in Safely Supporting people in crisis. This would include physical interventions and how to develop individual support strategies.

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Individualised Training Packages

Custom Positive Behaviour Management Training Options

This training pathway is to help develop bespoke packages for organisations with unique needs.

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BILD Act Certified

Timian Positive Behaviour Management Foundation Course

This RRN Certified course is designed with all direct support staff in mind. It is ideally suited to those supporting people who present with low level challenges and staff working in supported living services and remote workers.

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How We Train

Timian Learning and Development employ a variety of engaging adult learning strategies to enable effective transfer of skills into practice.

Restraint Reduction

We recognise that there are times when our duty of care might require restrictive practices. Our goal is to ensure that any physical intervention is individualised, underpinned by best practices and ultimately employed with the objective of restraint reduction.

Who we support

We work with a variety of partners in the private, public, and non-profit sectors. Typical providers include:

  • Education
  • Healthcare
  • Social Care
  • Mental Health
  • Learning Disabilities
  • Adolescent Psychiatric
  • EBD
  • Eating Disorders