Member since: May 2021 • Company Status: LTD
Services: Inset Staff Training, Behaviour Management Staff Training, Behaviour Policy, Whole School Training
Regions: UK wide
Escalating pupil behaviour is something that can happen at any time to anyone. This is why your staff need to know how to handle situations that can easily spin out of control. Equipping everyone with the skills and confidence to recognise and respond to disruptive behaviour is key to developing a truly coordinated and consistent school culture – unifying your workplace with a common language of shared values.
With CPI training we have the right solutions – for all levels of disruption – to develop your school’s behaviour management plan. We’ll be there the whole time to help you implement it, ensuring everything fits your school.
CPI training is an investment in your school’s future, delivering true savings in both time and money. We have successfully designed and provided thousands of behaviour management programmes across the globe. Delivering measurable results, our content and resources support you and your school from the moment you join us. We will work with you to deliver positive outcomes – from reducing disruptive incidents and improving staff retention to increasing learning time and satisfying legislative and regulatory compliance.
We can deliver training as either an Instructor Certification, train the trainer, programme – giving you a behaviour champion in your school, who can then deliver training back to your team – or as direct delivery to your staff.
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“Implementing the training into our day-to-day behaviour management was a huge turning point for Castle. Through empowering all members of staff to deal with situations calmly and consistently, our children now know what to expect, and what the consequences will be. Alongside this, they know even more than ever how highly valued good choices are. Through making the right choice, the children know their hard work will be recognised. The children really value the changes in the adults around them. And the adults, consequently, value the changes in the behaviour they get in return from the children”
Sarah Marriott, SENCO, Castle Primary