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Behaviour Series - 1: A Relational Approach to Guiding Behaviour

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Behaviour Series - 1: A Relational Approach to Guiding Behaviour
Behaviour Series - 1: A Relational Approach to Guiding Behaviour

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13 May 2021, 10:00 am – 12:00 pm AEST

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Behaviour Series - 1: A Relational Approach to Guiding Behaviour

Facilitated by Emily McKenna

In our busy OSHC environments, behaviour can be a source of frustration and confusion, but as Educators, we are a in a privileged position to be able to make a real impact on our communities understanding and response to behaviour. Interactions and supporting children is integrated practice for the day-to-day work of an OSHC educator. While supervising, delivering the program and guiding children, an OSHC educator will have multiple opportunities to interact and build relationships with them.

This training session focuses on Educators understanding that at the heart of effective behaviour guidance, is building positive relationships with children. Throughout this session we will draw upon relevant research and thinking that discusses why a relationship-based approach is more effective in shaping the behavioural outcomes for children. The approach OSHC educators take to form respectful, caring and secure relationships directly translates to the quality of care and outcomes for children attending their service.

This Session will cover the following:

  • The role of supportive and reciprocal relationships
  • Techniques and skills for effective positive behaviour guidance
  • Identifying relationships that need work
  • Practical strategies for developing positive relationships

Behaviour Series:

The behaviour series supports Educators to unpack and challenge the complexities of guiding children’s behaviour in the OSHC environment. Drawing upon the cycle of planning, each session will focus on a different element of Educator’s knowledge and practice. The cycle of planning is used by Educators to assist in the development of quality programs, an important part of which is navigating responses to behaviour in a way that upholds children dignity and rights. 

Registration

  • Members Registration

    Registration cost is per attendee. Members prices apply to services who are a member of their state or territory's peak body. All prices are inclusive of GST.

    $72.00
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  • OSHC SA Registration

    OSHC SA Registration cost is per attendee.

    $72.00
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  • Non Members Registration

    Registration cost is per attendee. Members prices apply to services who are a member of their state or territory's peak body. All prices are inclusive of GST.

    $90.00
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