8:00 am - 2:00 pm
Bloodwood Tree, South Hedland
We are delighted to offer this FREE professional learning for early childhood educators and service leaders in regional Western Australia.
This professional learning is specifically designed for Early Childhood/ Childcare in regional areas and focusses on implementing Trauma Informed Practices and Positive Behaviour Supports.
The training will be delivered in three phases of one day workshops, which build on each other.
Phase 3: Individual Planning and Highly Intensive Support Strategies for Children with Exceptional Needs
In this Phase we will workshop how services can use additional strategies for supporting children with trauma backgrounds, disability or problem behaviour:
- Teaching self-regulation, and including sensory supports
- Social skills instruction for children with self-regulation needs, social difficulties and disability. Specific strategies including social skills curriculum and stay, play, talk strategy (Tier 2)
- Highly intensive individual support planning (Tier 3) utilising the Prevent, Teach, Reinforce structure for young children and how this can be used for children at risk of exclusion from the service
If you have not attended Day 1 or Day 2 you are still more than welcome to attend Day 3! All of the resources for Day 1 and 2 (slides, handouts and videos) can be found at https://rypple.org.au/early-childhood-pbis/
There are no limits on how many of your staff can attend so please send as many as you can!
It is recommended that staff attend all three sessions, however we welcome everyone to come to the sessions they can.
This free professional learning is supported by the State Government’s Royalties for Regions program and the Department of Communities.