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Behaviour Management and Youth Arts

Learn strategies for transforming challenging behaviour in youth art project contexts.
When Oct 20, 2017
from 10:00 AM to 04:15 PM
Where Mac, Cannon Hill Park, Birmingham B12 9QH
Contact Name
Contact Phone 02380332491
Attendees Ideal if:
You work directly with children and young people in the arts and cultural sectors.
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The Course:

Understanding challenging behaviour and the best ways to cope with it is essential to any youth arts project. This one-day course looks at how you can create a positive environment from the offset, and get the most out of your young people! Together we will provide support and address any issues within your own projects that you would like to discuss.

Ideal if: 

You work directly with children and young people in the arts and cultural sectors.

You will gain:

  • Understanding of behavioural issues, their causes and their preventions
  • Strategies for transforming challenging behaviour
  • Flexible and responsive approaches to use in your own work
  • Troubleshooting 101 – an opportunity to discuss personal concerns or previous experiences, and learn how to manage these more effectively in the future

Special Features:

We are also able to offer this course in-house for your organization and staff. Please contact Rachel Hall (below) for more details.

Trainer:  Helen Cadbury

The Cost:

£130 per person, including lunch, refreshments and a certificate of attendance for each delegate. Limited bursary places are available.

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