The Atlass programme delivers a comprehensive set of tools both teaching skills and giving practical information. It is the basis of a proven, well established and internationally respected model. Atlass is working today in a wide variety of care environments helping stress management, coping and wellbeing.
Some examples of deliverables are:
Coping with stress: learn how to organise sensory information, managing it in relationships and the environment with stress transactions.
Improve your practitioner skills: Using Low Arousal become better at spotting meltdowns and improve your behaviour support skills.
Help with dealing with children with challenging behaviour: development within the context of inter-subjective experience and how this should be applied.
Make de-escalation a science: Again within the Low Arousal part of the course there is a greater emphasis on de-escalation.
Atlass for personal development
Get university accreditation: Atlass is accredited by Birmingham City University awards by the Credit Accumulation and Transfer Scheme (CATS).
Qualify for promotion: As these skills are increasingly rolled out there is an growing requirement for qualified practitioners to lead.
Qualify to travel with your care skills: Atlass is not just UK based, there are Atlass programmes in North America and in Europe we have programmes in Denmark, Germany, Norway, Republic of Ireland and Sweden. The skills learned are, of course, international – no borders!
Next scheduled Birmingham based Atlass course dates are 19 – 23 Jun 2017, 18 – 22 Sep 2017, 20 – 24 Nov 2017 – Contact office for more venues and on-site courses.