Challenging behaviours

Webinar: Challenging behaviours

Date: Thursday 22 June

Time: 12.30 -1.45pm (AEST)
The duration of this webinar is approximately an hour but may run a little longer depending on participant’s engagement.

This event is for CCA Members only.

Session overview

This workshop is a sharing best practice session. It focuses on the challenges and trials that trainers are currently facing and provides a facilitator led forum to solve some problems that we are faced with as trainers and assessors.

Topics covered include:

  • What are common behaviours
  • Shared discussion on strategies that work
  • Best practice discussion

This is a participant led interactive session which will require participants to have working microphones and cameras.

Presenters: Allison Fleming & Liz Grigg

Allison Fleming, Education Designer

Allison brings a depth of knowledge and experience to her role with over 20 years in the education sector, she has taught in both VET and schools and has many years of experience leading teams of different sizes.

If she isn’t at her desk working you will find Allison camping on some far flung mountain or exploring an exotic overseas location taking lots of pictures to tell amazing tales.

Liz Grigg, Education Designer

With over 20 years’ experience in the training sector, Liz has a lifelong love of training and delights in seeing those lights go on when her learners ‘get it!’ Liz always looks to bring the fun and enjoyment into to her training – this may stem from years of teaching OH&S!

Liz has studied and taught in the online environment as well as face-to-face and understands the difficulties of both and the importance of engagement and great resources.  Her love of quality, learner focused, and trainer supporting materials together with participating in ASQA, VRQA and Victorian Skills First audits, inspired her auditing qualification.

Program funding

The project is funded by the NSW Department of Education through the 2021-22 ACE Teaching and Leadership Program, which is aligned to the Department’s priority to improve adult and community education outcomes.