Anti-Social Behaviour in Supported Housing
Duration 1 day
This one-day course aims to give an overview of the issue of Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB) as it relates to supported housing for young people. It will explore the law around ASB, the impact of ASB and specific issues relating to young people and it will also include good practice examples of dealing with ASB in supported housing schemes.
This course aims to equip delegates with the skills to:
Define the term 'Anti social Behaviour'Explore the impact of ASB on individuals and communities Identify the law relating to ASBSummarise specific issues relating to young people & ASBDescribe good practice when dealing with ASB in supported housingExplain how to liaise with the community and work with partner agencies
Methods of Delivery
The trainer will use a mixture of presentations, as well as PowerPoint, flip chart, group discussions, small group work and handouts.
- Course Content
- Training Considerations
- Related Courses
- Anti-Social Behaviour: definitions and legislation
- The impacts of ASB
- Young People and ASB
- Good practice in dealing with ASB in supported housing schemes
- Liaising with the community
- Working with other agencies
Staff working in Supported Housing schemes.
Delegates should provide Central Training with details of their experience in this area, and if need be, they should highlight any issues that they may wish to discuss during the course.
Delegates will receive a certificate of attendance upon completion of the course.
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