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The RAID Course is the UK’s leading positive behaviour support approach for tackling challenging behaviour at source - over 15,000 professionals have attended it and below are the courses that are based on this approach. APT is the only provider of RAID training in the UK and Ireland and we can bring any (or all) of these courses to your own organisation for a fixed all-inclusive fee, no matter where you are.
A 3-day course.
A relentlessly positive approach to working with extreme behaviour.
The 3-day RAID® course is the UK’s leading positive behaviour support approach for tackling challenging behaviour at source: over 15,000 professionals have attended it.
It is a comprehensive approach which teaches staff a philosophy and practice not only to deal with challenging behaviour when it occurs, but also to prevent it by tackling it at source, by nurturing positive haviour targetted to displace the challenging behaviour.
Staff feel pleased to share a unified system and to know what they are doing and why they are doing it, while clients delight in a relentlessly positive and empowering approach.
A 1-day course.
The 3-day RAID® course is the UK’s leading positive psychology approach for tackling challenging behaviour at source: over 15,000 professionals have attended it. The purpose of the refresher day is to literally ‘refresh’ delegates who have previously attended the course: to re-invigorate them and to bring them up to speed with any developments that have occurred since they originally attended their training.
A 3-day course.
How to manage colleagues positively, assertively and properly.
The RAID® course receives continuous acclaim. The is the leading strategy for working with the most difficult of people, and delegates quickly said that the approach can be used to manage colleagues positively too. Management-RAID® enables all managers to create the most positive work climate so that motivation is high, litigation and complaints are avoided, and performance is optimised.
After the course delegates feel confident they can manage even the most difficult and sensitive situations. Their team members will also feel pleased that they know where they are going and what they are doing, while the organisation benefits from a relentlessly positive and empowering approach.
This is a major undertaking where organisations seek recognition that they are implementing RAID® principles outstandingly well.
These annual awards were established to keep people positive and ‘enthused’ about working with challenging behaviour and enabling those who often exhibit such behaviour to lead rewarding lives for themselves and those around them.
The RAID system is a form of positive behavioural support. The RAID system was first introduced in 1990, is now on its 10th iteration.