Conflict Management with Children

Special Educational Needs (SEN)  

Course Summary

CPD/CE Points:  60 Mins

Assessment:  17

Pass Rate:  80%

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Course Details

This CPD course is a valuable resource for all educators at all levels: teachers and teaching assistants, pastoral support workers, SENCOs, youth workers, residential childcare workers, and beyond. It is designed to teach participants how to manage conflict effectively and create a calm classroom that’s conducive to quality learning.

The comprehensive training provides a range of useful tools for communication, problem-solving, negotiation, and reflection. It’s crucial for education professionals to feel comfortable with (and not intimidated by) conflict, which is a common and natural occurrence in education settings. Wherever people come together, there will be some form of conflict—but with the right tools, it can be minimised, managed, and even turned into a learning opportunity. Equipping yourself with strategies for managing conflict will allow you to guide learners to do the same and embed valuable life skills they’ll take into life beyond the classroom.

Managing conflict begins with understanding and recognising it. The course covers these foundational skills and also emphasises the importance and power of strong communication throughout the process of problem-solving. 

If you’re seeking tools to create an optimal learning environment, this is the CPD opportunity for you. Managing conflict is hugely valuable not only in the classroom but in all aspects of professional and personal life; don’t miss out on this chance to upskill yourself and pass on important knowledge and strategies to your learners.

Course Aims

This Conflict Management with Children CPD course aims to provide education professionals with the knowledge needed to manage conflict—to recognise, address, and work through it with the learners in their care. 

Course Objectives

The objectives of this CPD course are:

  • To ensure participants understand the concept of conflict, its causes and effects
  • To equip them to recognise and identify the different forms of conflict
  • To describe and emphasise the importance of effective communication
  • To provide the knowledge and understanding necessary to recognise the needs of the situation
  • To provide an overview and examples of effective conflict management strategies
  • To teach useful problem-solving and negotiation skills
  • To facilitate practice and reflection for quality conflict management.

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