Course Feb09: Behaviour Management

Foundations of Successful Behaviour Management Course
– EIP/PRI/SEC/SPED





Date:  18 Feb 09 (Wednesday)  6.00pm – 9.00pm




Target Audience for the Course:

  • Parents/Caregivers
  • Teachers/Educators
  • Therapists and Professionals caring for/working with 
  • individuals (Pre-School or inPrimary, Secondary or Special School) with an Autism Spectrum Disorder.




Course Description



This training workshop is meant for parents/caregivers and professionals caring for/working with individuals (pre-school or in primary, secondary or special school) with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
During this workshop:


  • Participants will be given the knowledge to help them understand difficult and challenging behaviours in individuals with autism
  • Participants will also be presented with basic practical tips that they can apply to effectively prevent and manage difficult and challenging behaviours

Participants in this training workshop will be exposed to “real-life” case examples which will focus on key issues in supporting an individual with autism in the area of behaviour management.

A variety of learning activities will encourage the participants’ self-reflection on how the information applies to their own child.





Goals of This Course


Upon completion of the training workshop, participants will be able to:


  • Understand some common reasons that bring about difficult and challenging behaviours
  • Use some basic practical tips to prevent these behaviours from happening
  • Apply some basic practical tips to manage the behaviours when they arise
  • Know when to seek professional help to manage certain types of behaviour






Course Details


When:   18 Feb 09 (Wednesday)  6.00pm – 9.00pm
Venue:  Pathlight School

Trainer:    Dr Lam Chee Meng, Autism Consultant

Fees:        S$69.55 per participant

NCSS CTG Code:  CTG012/08/09 [NCSS Caregiver Training Grant (CTG) form]

Contact: Lina Kam, Training Co-ordinator

Telephone: 6323-3258/9

Emaillina.kam@autism.org.sg

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