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Training and Coaching Options

Since 1992, Studio 3 trainers have offered training and coaching for individuals working with adults and children facing various challenges, from Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASDs) to intellectual disabilities. Our courses, informed by academic research, are designed to equip carers in residential homes, psychology workers, parents, teachers, and many more with the skills to manage distressed beheaviours, and their own well-being.

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We offer a number of training courses dependent on the needs of the individual or organisation, including training in Low Arousal Approaches, Managing Signs of Stress (formerly Managing Challenging Behaviour), and Crisis Management. On a case-by-case basis we also offer training using a ‘bespoke’ approach, whereby our training is tailored to the needs of the individual. We strongly advocate the need for additional coaching on site, whereby circumstances can be assessed and further guidance provided. We also offer a Train the Trainer programme for participants who wish to become part of our team of trainers here at Studio 3. 

Please select your area of interest from the training menu or contact our office to arrange a bespoke course

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Low Arousal 

We offer a range of Low Arousal Training options, including online Introductory and Advanced courses every Friday, as well as bespoke courses for your organisation.



Led by Educational Adviser, Gareth D. Morewood, our training in  educational settings is focused on embedding inclusive practice, creating Low Arousal environments, and better understanding behaviour.

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Become a Studio 3 Trainer

Interested in joining hundreds of trained Studio 3 trainers across the globe and becoming an agent of change within your organisation?

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Crisis Management 

Specialists in crisis management and non-aversive de-escalation strategies, our experienced team can help you work on stress reduction, managing signs of stress, and restraint and seclusion elimination.

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Trauma-Informed Care

Find out more about our Trauma-Informed Care Training designed for residential and foster carers, which employs the Safety, Stability, Repair and Resilience (SSRR) Model.

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Course Information

All of our upcoming course dates can be found below, along with some frequently asked questions about our approach to training.

Look and See Courses

Our training is very different from our competitors. If you are interested in a Studio 3 programme, or have questions about changing from your current system to us, we advise that key staff can attend a 3-day ‘Look and See’ event.This event is the easiest way to introduce yourself to Studio 3's training philosophies, and to determine, at a low cost, whether our services could be helpful to you or your organisation. This event can be attended by family members and professionals alike, and is ideal for organisations considering our services to send along a nominee to find out more about our approaches. These events are available on request to be held in your organisation or locally.


These events are informal and allow people to experience our training and discuss how it could be applied to their organisation. We encourage debate on these events, and challenge participants to consider their current practice. Participants from organisations often ask about the following:

  • How will low arousal approaches fit with my organisational ethos?

  • What processes are required to change from our current methods of physical intervention to restraint reduction?

  • What should my training strategy look like?

  • How do we create culture change in the area of restrictive practices?

To book a Look and See event for your organisation or service, or to inquire further, please contact us at

Frequently Asked Questions

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