Live Online Course: Working with Children with ADHD (Module 2 & 3)

Professional development (PD) New Zealand (nationwide)

Posted: 02 July 2021
Notice reference #: 1HAMgF

This Safe for Children live online course is ideal for school leaders, teachers, and support staff.

Date: Friday 20 August

Time: 9.30am–11.30am

Cost: $50+GST per person

(Missed Module 1? Contact us to view our live recording)

Our training programme is made up of two 60-minute modules and meets once online.

Module 2. Introducing Keys for Change

  • Identifying behaviours or triggers that cause disruption
  • Introducing techniques/strategies for dealing with challenging behaviour
  • Planning for a crisis
  • Teaching social skills and calming techniques.

Module 3. Responding to Behaviour

  • Positive reinforcement: putting theory into practice when responding to behaviour
  • Strategies to support improved behaviour
  • Communication: verbal and non-verbal cues for success
  • How to support an ADHD child during a meltdown

"It was great hearing from someone who has first-hand experience clearly outlining what ADHD is and how it effects those that have it."

"Lots of practical and useful strategies that can be used for the whole class so you don't need to single out one child - as everyone will benefit.”

Interactive. This course is interactive and engages participants. You will be able to ask questions and they will get answered while you are watching.  

Qualification. To gain your relevant certificate of training you will be invited to complete 8 or 9 multi choice questions.

Can’t make the live online training date? No problem – our trainings are recorded so if you miss the live date you will automatically be sent a recording the next day.

Please click here for further information and to book

In-House Training.  We can also tailor our live online courses to meet your needs.  Contact us today.


Events summary

New Zealand (nationwide)

20 August 2021 – 20 August 2021

Further information

Contact: Donna Bouzaid

 (0800) 723 3454 (0800 SAFE4KIDS)