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  • Protective Behaviours Theme One - "We all have the right to feel safe all the time"
  • Protective Behaviours Theme Two - "We can talk with someone about anything, even if it feels awful or small"
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  • Protective Behaviours Theme One - "We all have the right to feel safe all the time"
  • Protective Behaviours Theme Two - "We can talk with someone about anything, even if it feels awful or small"
  • Protective Behaviours Theme One - "We all have the right to feel safe all the time"
  • Protective Behaviours Theme Two - "We can talk with someone about anything, even if it feels awful or small"

1 day PB Introductory/Refresher Workshop

PBTP avatarJudith Staff has just confirmed a new 1 day workshop suitable as an introduction to PBs or a 'refresher'.

4 day Specialist Practitioner Course - 2020

PBTP avatarAnn Seal and Sally Ann Hart are looking forward to starting 2020 with another 4 day Protective Behaviours Specialist Practitioner course. This time the venue is Brownsover Hall Hotel , Rugby, Warwickshire.
Please see our Upcoming Courses page for full details including a Booking Form.

Northampton 2 day Open Access Foundation Course

PBTP avatarThis 2 day Foundation course will be the final open access course for 2019. Further details and a booking form can be found here.

Foundation Training - Worcestershire County Council 2019/20

PBTP avatarDetails of how to access these courses are now on our 'Upcoming Courses' page.

New Events

PBTP avatarJust had confirmation of 2 new Foundation Courses for Worcestershire County Council and Central Bedfordshire Youth Services - more info shortly. Also 3 full day Workshops :)

 

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Protective Behaviours Training Partnership exists to:

  • Promote the Protective Behaviours Process
  • Deliver training consistent with the Protective Behaviours Process
  • Ensure that the quality of Protective Behaviours training is of a high standard
  • Review and develop the content of current Protective Behaviours courses
  • Design new Protective Behaviour training courses and resources
  • Liaise with existing Protective Behaviours trainers
  • Develop the skills of existing trainers
  • Provide training for new Protective Behaviours trainers

Members of the Partnership will:

  • Hold relevant training qualifications*
  • Attend at least one recognised Protective Behaviours meeting per year
  • Be observed delivering at least one training course per year
  • Commit to on-going professional development and that of trainee trainers e.g. mentoring, co-training
  • Submit at least one set of course evaluations per year
  • Have in place the relevant insurance cover for the delivery of training

* Relevant training qualifications are formal teacher qualifications which include QTS, further education qualifications such as PTLLS as well as Protective Behaviours specific qualifications with courses originally designed by Di Margetts. Further information is available by visiting individual Partner profiles.

Newsletter

If you would like to hear what's new in the Protective Behaviours Training Partnership, please sign up for our Newsletter, an occasional email to keep you up to date on planned open training courses, other events and anything else that may be of interest. To subscribe to the Newsletter simply enter your name and email address in the box below.

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Safeguarding Statement

This Partnership and all its members are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all people.
We believe 'We all have the right to feel safe all the time' (Protective Behaviours Process: Theme 1)