Conflict Management Training Courses

Training in a range of challenging behaviour, conflict management and de-escalation techniques suitable for those working in the care sector and in any kind of public-facing role where they might face challenging behaviour.

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Conflict Management Training Courses Overview:

Conflict is a normal part of life but in some work environments it can create risks for staff that go beyond the norm and require additional skills to de-escalate or meet people’s needs. Developing these skills can give staff confidence to resolve difficult situations or provide positive behavioural support.
We offer a selection of courses in this area and always tailor our courses to our customers’ specific needs whether that be working with adults or children, mental health, dementia, learning disabilities, drug and alcohol issues or lone working.
Contact us to discuss any of the courses detailed below or your need for bespoke training for your workplace.

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For care orientated conflict management training in a range of challenging behaviour and de-escalation techniques suitable for those working in the care sector click here.

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