10 Steps to Safe and Effective Restrictive Practice Reduction

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Training
Online
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Duration
1 hour 30 minutes
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Schedule
Self-paced
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Cost
$99
BCBA / CEUS Behaviour Support Learning Challenges

Safe and effective restrictive practice reduction can be achieved in 10 easy steps. Guided by the most up to date human rights and legislative frameworks, this course provides a clear and simple path to the reduction of restrictive practices within any service context. Developed and facilitated by specialist behaviour support practitioner Jenn Colechin, this online training course is a must for anyone who works in environments where restrictive practices are applied.

*Course price not inclusive of gst

Suitable for:

  • NDIS Organisations and Workers
  • Behaviour Support Practitioners
  • Early Childhood Educators and Therapists
  • Allied health professionals
  • Teachers
  • Education Support Staff
  • School Leaders and Administrators
  • Aged Care Workers and Organisations

What you'll learn:

Developed and facilitated by specialist behaviour support practitioner Jenn Colechin, this course is a must for anyone who works in environments where restrictive practices are applied.

What you'll gain:

Guided by the most up to date human rights and legislative frameworks, this course provides a clear and simple path to the reduction of restrictive practices within any service context.

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Meet your presenter

Jenn Colechin (she/ her)

BCBA, Developmental Educator MEd (ABA), MHS (Dis Studs), BEd, BA, SpecCertCrim (Forensic Dis)

Jenn Colechin is a Board-Certified Behaviour Analyst (BCBA), Specialist Behaviour Support Practitioner, and highly skilled facilitator with over 24 years of experience in complex positive behaviour support.

Jenn’s clinical practice is grounded in evidence-based behavioural science and trauma-informed principles, and she has worked within schools, community, out-of-home care, and family-based settings. She has lived experience as a trauma-affected child and experience being both a kinship carer and a permanent carer.

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