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Team Teach Training

Providing Teachers and Teaching Assistants with Certified Training

In-house Team Teach Training at Protocol Education

Protocol Education now has 6 fully qualified Team Teach trainers on its staff and is providing access for teachers and support workers to certified Team Teach programmes.

The courses are tailored to the needs of medium risk individuals with challenging behaviours and service settings such as special schools and Pupil Referral Units. However, the skills gained by Team Teach trained teachers and TLAs are applicable and valuable in any setting.

Those who have received the training notice increased confidence in the classroom as they have the skills to quickly and efficiently recognise behaviour triggers and de-escalate potential challenging behaviours before they become disruptive.

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What is Involved

The courses are tailored to the needs of medium risk individuals with challenging behaviours and service settings such as special schools and Pupil Referral Units. Typically the staff we train will be supporting individuals with documented challenging behaviours or special needs that foreseeably poses a physical risk to self or others.

​The courses cover:

  • ​Personal safety

  • Team building

  • Non-verbal and verbal de-escalation communication strategies

  • Positive handling techniques

  • Documentation and legal guidance, listening and learning, recording, reporting and reviewing

Team Teach Explained

Protocol Education Team Teach Trainer Ella Stevens explains just what is involved in Team Teach training and why it is schools, teachers and teaching assistants find the skills and approaches it gives people so useful.

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