An online course for music facilitators wanting to consider how they manage challenging behaviours through positive approaches.
We all play a part in relationships. This course will help you to interact with people in ways that can promote positive behaviours, and explore the dynamic that you bring to the relationship.
It will help you to identify your own default approaches and assess how useful they are in your interactions with others. You will also be introduced to techniques that promote positive interactions and explore how you can embed them in your own practice.
Delivered by Lesley Wood of Ubiquitous Arts, the course will be spread across two evenings (Tue 20 and Thu 22 Apr, 6-8pm). You’ll gain:
- An understanding of behavioural issues, possible causes and ways in which we can respond
- An understanding of the role of the facilitator in impacting behaviour
- Access to a supportive environment to share concerns and help you overcome challenges in facilitation
- Strategies to use in your own work that can transform challenging behaviour into positive outcomes
Please note attendance is required at both sessions. There are very limited places available so we recommend booking in advance.
If the cost presents a barrier to you attending, please do get in touch. We’re keen to ensure that these workshops are accessible to all.
We will be using online video software Zoom, so please ensure you have downloaded the app on a desktop or mobile ahead of the session. If would like to turn off your camera at any point that is totally fine!
For security, we’re asking you to sign up via Eventbrite. You will receive the Zoom ID and password in your confirmation email.
Please let us know if there is anything we can do to help you access this session, or if you have any questions. You can contact us by calling 0161 546 5334 (leave a message and we will get back to you) or emailing email@example.com
Lesley Wood is a freelance creative and educational professional with more than 20 years’ in-depth experience of working across the creative, heritage, education and cultural sectors. Lesley is an experienced project manager with specialist knowledge of cross sector work and skills development and has worked nationally as a consultant with many organisations providing support and training development in areas such as project management, skills development, professional practice, participatory practice and evaluation. Lesley works with organisations of all sizes and across all sectors measuring impact & providing support on strategic development. Valuable experience as a practising artist, educationalist and project manager makes her well placed to understand how organisations and individuals can work individually and together.