Learn more about the philosophy and methods that inform Team Teach’s approach to behaviour through our live webinars and recorded on-demand content.

Each webinar is led by one of our experts in understanding behaviour and covers a different aspect of the Team Teach methodology.


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Complementary approaches to behaviour support: Using the PBL Framework with Team Teach
Whether you’re a PBL school considering Team Teach training and implementing our approach to behaviour support, or you’re a PBL school already using both approaches together, our latest webinar with Michael Wensing, Director of the PBL Team at the ACT Education Directorate, is sure to be beneficial. In this short 20 minute webinar, Michael gives an insight into the ACT approach to PBL and Team Teach, how ACT schools are successfully implementing the PBL Framework and facilitating the Team Teach approach to behaviour support and the benefits they’re seeing.
The problem with removing triggers to de-escalate situations
In this webinar we join host Simon Holding to discuss, are we missing the point when we consider how to effectively support the individuals in our care?
How to Create Quick and User-Friendly Behaviour Plans (That Actually Work).

In this webinar Team Teach Health & Social Care Lead, Nancy Hooper, shared ideas for writing individual support plans that are concise, don’t take hours to produce, and actually work in our busy and high-pressured settings.

She explains why an effective plan should be quick and easy to create and use, how to find what works for your setting, and the essential details every support plan should contain.

She discussed:

  • Common problems we have with individual support plans/ behaviour plans and what stops them from working in our settings.
  • How to write a behaviour plan that captures essential information, without taking hours to produce.
  • Using behaviour plans in practice and how we can make them useful working documents rather than static reports.
How to Create a Quiet Room that Supports Distressed Individuals.

In this webinar from our English colleague Mica Coleman Jones, an experienced neurodivergent SEND Leader and Principal Team Teach trainer, we explored how to create an effective calming space or quiet room for distressed individuals in your setting.

Main areas of discussion:
• What is the intended purpose of a quiet room/calming down space?
• What should be in a quiet room?
• How can we support individuals to understand the correct use of a quiet room?

Mica, shared insights into the benefits of having a quiet room, what to include to make it effective, and how to communicate its use with staff to build consistent practice.

This webinar recording is perfect for professionals in education NDIS and Aged Care settings. It will provide you with practical tips on creating a safe space that supports de-escalation, promotes self-regulation, and supports individuals in distress. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to learn how to create a quiet room that makes a real difference.

De-mystifying Dynamic Risk Assessment.

In this webinar from our English colleagues, we cut through the complexities of dynamic risk assessment and discuss how to respond to unforeseen emergencies. We know that even the best planning system cannot cover every eventuality and that there are unforeseen or emergency situations in which staff have to think on their feet and may require an emergency response with a dynamic risk assessment.

Me Not You! My Behaviour is Communication.

In this webinar we explore how our own behaviour is communication and turn the spotlight back on ourselves. This self-analysis and reflection toolkit helps us to understand how we affect the behaviour of those around us. Delivered by our UK colleagues, the reflection toolkit is applicable to all regions.

Team Teach Training Solutions for Health, Aged Care and Disability Services

In this webinar, delivered by our Australia and New Zealand Managing Director, Nick Burnett and Nancy Hooper of the UK Learning and Development team who is our specialist in Health, Aged Care and Disability with over 20 years experience, talk about the Team Teach Training solutions available and how these support people working across Health, Aged Care and Disability Services. 

Growing a Puzzle Solving Culture

In this webinar, delivered by our UK learning and Development team, we explore a puzzle solving approach to behaviour and the benefits it can bring to all. Learn to understand how you can become a puzzle solver who understands the complexity of behaviour and the needs of those you support to create real change for people working across Education, Aged Care, Health and Disability services.

Webinar - Hare & Tortoise Thinking

In this webinar, delivered by Nancy Hooper of the UK Learning and Development Team, she takes time to consider how often we think fast and potentially rush into situations with distressed individuals in our care because we feel we need to sort it out there and then. Sometimes, thinking slowly and having a self awareness level allows us to better support those we provide care to.

This webinar applies to individuals that work within Education, Health, Disability and Aged Care and will provide insight into care for those you support, whether they be adults or children.

Reducing Restrictive Practices While Minimising Risk

This webinar from Team Teach UK Health & Social Care specialist Nancy Hooper is designed for those working in UK settings. On the webinar Nancy discusses the need to understand the balance between risk and restraint and how applying a continuum approach will minimise the need for restraint alongside minimising risk for all, the rational and thinking will support those working in Health, Disability and Aged in Care in Australia and New Zealand

Becoming a Team Teach Trainer

In this webinar, Jonathan Newport Team Teach Global Managing Director speaks of the benefits of becoming a Team Teach Trainer.

By becoming a Team Teach trainer you can support the development of a greater team dynamic when supporting individuals who are distressed with approaches that impact and strengthen relationships. We provide you with a toolkit of understanding and awareness of behaviour as communication and develop a framework to respond better to reduce risk; we also support you through your journey with 24-7 access to our training area.

To discuss options with us, please email info@teamteach.com.au.