Sometime ago I was interviewed by The Community Services and Health Industry Skills Council (CS&HISC) as part of the development of an advanced Behaviour Support course.
Some may be aware the CS&HISC provides advice about skills at a National (Australia) level and develops the qualifications and competency standards for the community services and health industries.
CS& HISC takes the lead role in establishing the Vocational Education and Training (VET) system of work-based skills for the two major industries of community services and health.
I’d like to thank the committee for considering and using parts of my work and incorporating my thoughts in the following products.
This unit describes the knowledge and skills required by disability services workers to understand the influence and purpose of behaviour, assess problem behaviour, develop multi-element support and response plans and utilise appropriate strategies to reduce inappropriate behaviour.
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This learner guide is developed in line with the national competency standard in the Community Services Training Package CHC08 for the unit of competency.