QQI Accredited Blended Learning Course

Start course on Monday 12th August 2019

You will have 2 months to complete this course

No hidden costs – 100% transparency on course fees

Highly qualified & accessible full time in-house tutors, whom you can contact through phone & email

Garda vetting service & work placement insurance provided in course fees

€295 when paid in full or easy pay instalments available of 2 x €147.50 per month.

Enrolment & payment are completed over the phone at 01 6855 300.

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QQI Level 5 Challenging Behaviour Course Online

Our level 5 challenging behaviour course is a QQI accredited blended learning course. Once enrolled you will be assigned a tutor whom you can contact through email & phone. During your course, you will be required to attend a one day workshop. The purpose of this course is to equip you with the relevant knowledge, skills and competence in supporting individuals with intellectual disability with challenging behaviour.

€295 when paid in full.

Also easy pay instalments available of 2 x €147.50 per month.

How to Enrol

Enrolment & payment are completed over the phone, you can give us a call at 01 6855 300 (24/7) or you can request a call back at a time that suits you!

QQI Level 5 Challenging Behaviour Course Online

Our level 5 challenging behaviour course is a QQI accredited blended learning course. Once enrolled you will be assigned a tutor whom you can contact through email & phone. During your course, you will be required to attend a one day workshop. The purpose of this course is to equip you with the relevant knowledge, skills and competence in supporting individuals with intellectual disability with challenging behaviour.

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  • Define the concept of “challenging behaviour”
  • Identify inappropriate behaviour presented by an individual with intellectual disability
  • Describe behaviour in observable, measurable terms
  • List the goals of Positive Behaviour Support
  • Explain how internal factors, related to a person’s health and well being, can underlie challenging behaviour
  • Explain how external factors related to the environment and the reactions to behaviour, can underlie challenging behaviour
  • Define the terms “positive reinforcement”, “negative reinforcement”, “antecedent” and “setting events”
  • Recognise examples of positive and negative reinforcement of inappropriate or challenging behaviour in daily situations in the lives of people with intellectual disability
  • Recognise examples in the daily lives of people with intellectual disability, where inappropriate or challenging behaviour is being maintained by the setting events and antecedents prior to the behaviour
  • Demonstrate how the parts of the Antecedent, Behaviour Consequence (ABC) model work together
  • Use an ABC chart for recording observations of inappropriate or challenging behaviour
  • Gather and record information about an individual with intellectual disability that can be used in the analysis of challenging behaviour and development of a support plan
  • Distinguish between inappropriate behaviour and challenging behaviour
  • Describe the challenging behaviour presented by an individual with intellectual disability in terms that are observable and measurable
  • Outline the typical strategies used by staff and carers for dealing with inappropriate behaviour
  • Outline the values underpinning Positive Behaviour Support
  • Evaluate how well the goals and values of the Positive Behaviour Support model fit in with the policies of a service provider relating to challenging behaviour
  • Discuss how challenging behaviour can be reinforced both positively and negatively
  • Explain why negative reinforcement and punishment are not used in the Positive Behaviour Support model
  • Describe the four types of strategies that constitute Positive Behaviour Support:
    • teach new skills  
    • teach alternative skills to replace the challenging behaviour  
    • change the environment
    • use the ABC model to increase desirable behaviour and decrease or prevent challenging behaviour
  • Outline the guidelines for selecting skills to teach
  • Discuss a range of characteristics that promote positive environments
Our QQI Level 5 Challenging Behaviour courseis available as a blended learning course with distance learning and 1 day in the classroom.
As our learner, you will be issued with a username and password which allows you to log-in to your course anywhere you have an internet connection and at any time. This allows you to complete the course at a time and pace that suits your individual needs. You will have access to the course materials plus support documents and useful links and video clips. All course materials can be printed if you prefer a paper copy. In addition, you will have access to tutor support through phone, email and via an online forum.

The purpose of our Challenging Behaviour course is to equip you with the relevant knowledge, skills and competence in supporting individuals with intellectual disability with challenging behaviour.

No particular skills, knowledge or competence will be required of you for successful completion of this course, however you will be expected to have a minimum of Level 4 Certificate standard of education or equivalent together with a strong interest in the provision of quality care. It is essential that you have competence in written and spoken English, along with computer literacy skills.

The level 5 challenging behaviour course will cater for a variety of adult learners ranging from school leavers with no previous experience in the healthcare sector to more mature adults with relevant life or work experience. Some of the latter will have previously had some education and training in healthcare. More mature adults will frequently be seeking new career opportunities, be working in the home or currently working in the healthcare sector. These will tend to opt for the part-time learning route to achieving the award. The course will be open to both male and female learners, although male participants will be in the minority.

Challenging Behaviour QQI Award (Minor) Level 5 – 5N1706

Continuous assessment including assignments, projects, skills demonstrations and learner records:

  • Assignment’s  40% (2 assignments)
  • Project 60%

No formal work experience is required for this course.

Recognition of prior learning can only by sought if the learner is working towards a major award.

Healthcare Assistant, Carer, Care Worker; Progression to further education.

In compliance with Qualifications and Quality Assurance (Education and Training) Act 2012 Part 6, where Chevron Training and Recruitment Ltd. offers training programmes of 3 months duration or more, Learner Protection cover is in place via relevant financial product, should Chevron Training & Recruitment Ltd cease to provide QQI programmes before learners have completed awards.