Are you looking for something unique and, more importantly, better than your average Early Years Behaviour Management Training? Then you are in the right place! We’ve taken our sister company’s popular N.I.C.E.R. Behaviour Management training course and developed it into a deliver-it-yourself early Years managing behaviour training package. This comes complete with activities, delivery notes and a PowerPoint slideshow.
The contents are of the highest calibre, something you have come to expect from the Foundation Focus brand. The course delivery time has been designed to be one 2 hour session, which also includes activities and discussion. Furthermore the course can also be tailored to suit your specific settings needs.
This Early Years Behaviour Management Training product can be purchased from our shop
The Learning Objectives from this Managing Behaviour in Early Years course are to:
- Understand the causes of poor behaviour in the Early Years
- Recognise why we need to manage children’s behaviour
- Gain some skills in Early Years behaviour management
- Feel more confident when dealing with ‘bad’ behaviour
Early Years Behaviour Management training
This Behaviour Management training and development tool is available on a USB and has an accompanying folder with all the contents printed out for you. In addition if you would like us to personalise the presentation and handouts with your logo, nursery name or trainer’s name, then we can do this for a small extra charge.
You are free to use the Behaviour Management in Early Years training as many times as you like. If the contents are updated due to regulatory changes then we will offer you an update for a small fee.
Alternatively, our reputable sister company, MBK Training ltd, can deliver this behaviour management in early years course for you in their modern training facilities and alternatively at your setting. Contact them if you would like to receive a quote.
“It was brilliant. The girls said it was the best behaviour training ever.”
Claire Hall, All-Aboard Pre-school February 2017