Participants can learn more about the theory of child behaviour and topics such as self-esteem, emotional intelligence or triggering events
About This Deal
€29 for a child behaviour online course (52% off)
- €50 surcharge for optional course materials to be sent via post in a paper form
- Optional materials can be printed out at home free of charge
The course discusses the theoretical concepts related to child behaviour and offers analysis of the source and nature of behavioural patterns. The participants can gain the knowledge needed to identify a variety of issues and deal with them in a structured way. The relationship between psychological disabilities and aggression will also be covered.
- Introduction to children’s behaviour
- Well-being, self-esteem and emotional intelligence
- Understand the importance of well-being and self-esteem
- Temperament, attachment and self-control
- Aggression and violence
- Psychological disabilities
- Focus on bullying
- Focus on ADHD
- Conduct disorder (CD) and oppositional defiant disorder (ODD)
Techniques for managing challenging behaviour
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Completion of this course does not result in a degree of child psychology or qualify participants to practice professionally.
Need To Know
Purchase: Limit 1 per person. May buy 4 additional as gifts.
Restrictions: Register online: https://www.onlineacademies.co.uk/groupon-form. No refunds or cancellation once log in details have been provided. Must be 16 or older. Internet connection required. Customer support available, contact firstname.lastname@example.org (Mon-Fri 9am-5pm). Optional course material can be sent via post in paper form for a €50 surcharge. Alternatively, customers can simply print out the lessons for free.
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