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RAID® (Reinforce Appropriate, Implode Disruptive) is a leading positive psychology approach for tackling challenging behaviour at source. First written in 1990 (and now in its 11th edition) well over 20,000 professionals working in mental health and related areas are trained in this approach. The Association for Psychological Therapies is the only provider of RAID® training in the UK and Ireland and we can bring any of these courses to your own organisation for a fixed all-inclusive fee.
A 3-day course.
A relentlessly positive approach to working with disturbed and challenging behaviour.
The 3-day RAID® course is the UK’s leading positive psychology approach for tackling disturbed and challenging behaviour at source: over 20,000 professionals have attended it. It is a comprehensive approach which teaches staff a philosophy and practice not only to deal with disturbed and challenging behaviour when it occurs, but also to prevent it by tackling it at source. 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. The essence of the RAID® approach is to play down disturbed and challenging behaviour as far as safety allows, and to nurture and develop positive behaviour so that it systematically overwhelms and displaces the disturbed and challenging behaviour.
A 3-day course.
RAID-P is an excitingly positive approach to parenting.
It is based on the UK’s leading positive approach for working with disturbed behaviour which over 20,000 professionals have attended so applies across the board, no matter whether we are helping the parenting of disturbed young peeople or not, it is designed to nurture and develop young people to their best. It is primarily designed for mental health professionals, so you can teach parents a clear, consistent and positive approach or, if you are a professional caregiver, to provide it directly.
A 3-day course.
This is a course for people who have at least 6 months practice subsequent to receiving Level 3 APT-Accreditation (often much more) in the RAID® approach.
In lectures, the masterclass provides more depth on some of the topics in the original course but is mainly focused on developing skill, based around the following components: listening to and making case presentations, watching selected videos, role-play/real-play where you interview others and they interview you, and establishing a stable system for support and development for yourself in RAIDing post course. The result is that you enhance your skill, insight and knowledge. Successful completion also gains you APT's Level 4 accreditation in RAIDing.
A 1-day course.
The RAID® course is the UK’s leading positive psychology approach for tackling disturbed and challenging behaviour at source: over 20,000 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.
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 overlaps with positive behaviour support, although RAID® has more general application. The RAID® System was first introduced in 1990, is now on its 11th iteration.
RAID® stands for Reinforce Appropriate, Implode Disruptive (behaviour). The acronym summarises a very positive approach for working with extremely challenging behaviour.
We encourage all teams that complete RAID® training to monitor the results of the intervention and will recognise and can support staff to do so.