CPD Event: Promoting Positive Approaches to Behaviour

This not-for-profit event is being hosted by in in partnership with the City of London at the prestigious Guildhall on the 15th April 2019. 

 Guildhall Safer Services Event

 The event focuses on positive approaches to behaviour and violence risk reduction. It will be valuable for those who through their work can interact with people in the ‘street community’ and groups of young people, who may at times be challenging and/or vulnerable.

The event will consider the challenges and risks we may experience when interacting with adults, children and young people during our work.

 Subject matter experts will deliver practical insights for people leading and delivering community based work, including:

  •  Safer approaches to lone working and violence risk reduction
  • Positive interactions and relationships with members of the street community
  • How to handle challenging and anti-social behaviours
  • Building rapport with young people and interacting with groups
  • Looking behind the behaviour: How life experiences and trauma shape neurodevelopment and a person's needs and responses
  • Key things to do (and avoid doing) when communicating with a person experiencing a mental health crisis / drug induced psychosis
  • Identifying learning approaches that build skills and confidence

Places are available at just £49.95 per person, which includes refreshments and lunch in the medieval Guildhall Crypt, prepared by serving prisoners at The Clink Charity (www.theclinkcharity.org).

Further information is attached attached and booking can be made via this link: Safer Services: Promoting Positive Approaches to Behaviour


The NBCC is highlighting this event as it specifically deals with crime prevention/awareness topics  which are beneficial to the business community. The NBCC are not endorsing the event but making the business community aware so that you can attend if you decide that it is of benefit

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