Positive Behaviour Support (PBS)

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Training
Online
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Duration
2 hours
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Schedule
Self-paced
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Cost
$150
Behaviour Support Out-of-home Care

Positive behaviour support can be described as the integration of values and science to create effective change. Research shows that PBS is an effective approach to sustainable and positive person-centred support. In this course, learn all about PBS: what it is, why it’s important, and how to do it well.

 

*Course price excluding gst

Suitable for:

  • Behaviour Support Practitioners
  • Teachers, educators, and school leaders
  • Disability support workers and professionals
  • Aged care support workers and professionals
  • Out of home care support workers and professionals
  • Parents and carers

What you’ll learn:

This course is an in-depth tutorial into positive behaviour support: what it is, why it’s necessary,  and practical strategies for effective support.

What you’ll gain:

  • An understanding of the rationale and research behind PBS
  • Practical strategies and resources for effective positive behaviour support
  • De-identified examples of PBS practice in action

Ready to turn knowledge into positive action?

Discover a world of transformative Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) training with our engaging and interactive online courses. You’ll learn specialised skills and strategies that you can immediately put into action.

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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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