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Behaviour Policy Project Training Day

18 September 2012

LSIS Funded Whole College Behaviour Policy Project Training Day

Tuesday 2 October 2012, 11.00am - 4.00pm

Venue: University and College Union, Carlow Street, London NW1 7LH

Project synopsis

This project will promote improved behaviour and learning in FE colleges by developing whole-college behaviour policies. It will research and identify an appropriate model policy and training process to support such development in the college context, enhancing staff confidence/ effectiveness, and securing significant personal, social and educational benefits for providers and users.


The training day focused on introducing and implementing the policy including facilitating discussion amongst attendees on this.

The programme for the training day is below. Dave Parry, Project Worker, lead the day.  

10.30am Registration; tea and coffee provided

11.00am Dan Taubman, Project Manager, introduced the day

11.15am Introductions and expectations for the day

11.30am Context setting, including the national picture and findings from the project

12.00noon Activity: how positive behaviour is developed in my college

  • Discussion based activity, in small groups: a scribe was designated to record the salient parts of the discussion and report back to the whole group

1.00pm Lunch

1.30pm The process of developing a positive behaviour policy

  • Carrying out a review of existing materials and procedures
  • Explanation of the development flowchart
  • Use of templates for development of materials:
  • Template 1 - rationale for activity
  • Template 2 - structure of a policy

2.00pm Implementation Planning

  • Explanation of use of planning templates
  • Activity: Populate the Example Implementation Plan
  • Implementation Planning Paper

3.00pm Next Steps

  • Putting a review in place
  • Use of example review form

3.30pm Issues to be noted for the final report: plenary

4.00pm Close

Lunch and refreshments were provided and travel expenses being reimbursed where necessary.

Last updated: 29 January 2020