Functional Assessment and Behavioural Interventions Clinic Workshops

Event date: 
19 February 2010

Functional Assessment & Behavioural Interventions Clinic presents

2 Separate One Day Workshops

SYDNEY 18th & 19th February, 2010

Please download the 3 page flyer / registration form for full workshop details

Workshop 1: Conducting a Functional Behavioural Assessment (CAFBA)

Thursday 18.02.10

Functional Assessment & Behavioural Interventions Clinic presents

2 Separate One Day Workshops

SYDNEY 18th & 19th February, 2010

Please download the 3 page flyer / registration form for full workshop details

Workshop 1: Conducting a Functional Behavioural Assessment (CAFBA)

Thursday 18.02.10

Objectives

This programme is designed to teach professionals and carers who work with individuals using 'Challenging Behaviours', to develop valuable assessment tools to effectively identify and understand the reasons why these unwanted behaviours are occurring. This is an essential step that MUST occur prior to effective Positive Behavioural Interventions being developed and implemented (covered in course entitled 'Positive Behavioural Interventions for People Using Challenging Behaviours  ' - PBI).

All course participants will leave equipped with the knowledge of all the required steps to conduct and efficiently use a Functional Behavioural Assessment in their home or work setting.   

Workshop 2: Positive Behavioural Interventions for People Using Challenging Behaviours (PBI)

Friday 19.02.10

Objectives

A person, who used Challenging Behaviour(s), is likely to be responding to a situation they perceive as challenging and that they do not currently have the appropriate means to manage effectively. Challenging Behaviours are often a person's only existing skills to communicate a message to other people: 'I don't know how to manage this situation i am finding challenging'. This programme is designed to assist individuals wanting to change their own unwanted behaviours and those who work with people using challenging behaviours to: (1) better understand the reasons why challenging behaviours occur and (2) to develop effective interventions based on preventative and skills-building strategies. Strategies learnt will assist an individual to use appropriate behaviours and therefore better manage, in these same situations they previously found to difficult to handle effectively.

Location:

NSW Leagues Club
165 Phillip Street
Sydney NSW 2000
Bus stop on Elizabeth Street at other entrance to Hotel. Train station in Martin Place or Parking station next door named 'Secure Parking'

Provided:

Morning Tea

Afternoon Tea

Due to dietary restrictions we request you provide your own lunch or cafes are close by

Costs:

FULL PRICE: $220.00 per person per workshop

EARLY BIRD: Paying before 29.01.10

Single Booking: $198.00 per workshop

$175.00 per person for group bookings (2 or more people) per workshop

ALL prices inclusive of GST & cancellation fees apply  

Please Note:

ALL bookings are $220.00 single or multiple after Early Bird date

ALL payments must be finalised prior to workshop

To Register:  Please fill in the registration form (page 3) of the attachment and return by fax, email or post

Contact:

Amanda Fullarton

Personal Assistant

on behalf of

Tan Curtis

Clinical Behaviour Management and Counsellor

Assoc Dip Ed (Child Care), BHlthSci (BehMgt), MBehMgt, MCoun

Phone:
(07) 55 305 099
Fax:
(07) 55 305 079
Email:
[email protected]
Web:
www.fabic.com.au