Facilitating Disruptive Learners

Disruptive learners are a fact of life! This means that we need the know-how to ensure disruptive behaviours do not undermine the learning process and desired outcomes.

This highly practical workshop covers seven types of disruptive behaviours and their consequences and causes.

A key part of the workshop is strategies for preventing and dealing with disruptive behaviours.


“Our belief is that when people behave disruptively, it is for a reason and that the solution lies in how we behave back towards them.”

Liz Brant & Tony Harvey

3 CPD Hours

This program consist of four phases:

1 Ready

Preparation

2 Set

Workshop

3 Go

On-the-job application and practice

1 Show

Achievement Story


Phase 1: READY 
This phase comprises one or two simple preparation activities to help focus your initial learning and subsequent application.

Phase 2: SET

The 4.5 hour workshop will provide you with practical, research-based concepts and principles to enhance your knowledge and skills.

Phase 3: GO
Transfer of learning is essential to continue the learning process and obtain maximum benefits from the program.

This phase covers your application and exploration of the know-how gained during the workshop and concludes when you commence Phase 4.

Phase 4: SHOW
In order to complete the program and receive a Certificate of Achievement, you need to submit an achievement story.

This simply involves answering four questions about the learning you applied and what you gained from the experience.

What is a Disruptive Learner?

Disruptive Behaviour

  • Disruptive Behaviour in Perspective
  • Major Disruptive Behaviours
  • Consequences of Disruptive Behaviour

Causes of Disruptive Behaviour

  • Identifying Causes of Disruptive Behaviour
  • Causes and Consequences

Dealing with Disruptive Behaviour

  • Preventing Disruptive Behaviour
  • Handling Disruptive Behaviour
  • Ability to enhance learner engagement and maximize learning
  • Content that is based on extensive research and experience
  • Opportunity to observe ‘master facilitators’ in action
  • The workshops model world-class instructional designs
  • Skills that are practical and immediately transferrable

Geoff Rip
Research Director – Institute for Learning Professionals (ILP)
Bachelor of Business Science, MBA (specialising in Organisation Development)

Geoff has extensive experience in the provision of consulting and training services, both in Australia and overseas. He is well known for designing innovative and highly effective training programs and facilitated performance improvement tools/processes.Geoff’s research and designs have covered a wide range of areas, including critical thinking, emotional intelligence, employee engagement, facilitation skills, financial acumen, instructional design, leadership, learning culture, relationship building, service improvement, teamwork, and values alignment.

Some of his designs have been widely used by well-known multi-national organisations and his programs have a track record of producing outstanding results for clients.Organisations that have benefited from Geoff’s work include Bank of Melbourne, BIG W, CGU Insurance, Department of Infrastructure, Department of Immigration and Citizenship, BWS, Laing O’Rourke, Queensland Health, Queensland Rail, St. George Bank, Suncorp, and Woolworths.

Geoff is also Principal Consultant of Bottom-line Learning, which specialises in business acumen training. He has a Bachelor of Business Science (Hons) and an MBA degree (with a focus on Organisation Development).

BENEFITS OF RUNNING THIS PROGRAM IN-HOUSE:

  • Content can be customised to ensure relevance to your organisational needs and situations.
  • Far more cost-effective than attending public programs.
  • Materials can be customised to incorporate your organisation’s branding.
  • Organisational situations are discussed in confidence.
  • Workshops can be delivered when and where you need them.

ORGANISE A QUOTE NOW!

PROVIDE YOUR INFORMATION

PROGRAM STRUCTURE

All ILP programs consist of four phases:

Phase 1: READY 
This phase comprises one or two simple preparation activities to help focus your initial learning and subsequent application.

Phase 2: SET
The two-day workshop will provide you with practical, research-based concepts and principles to enhance your knowledge and skills.

Phase 3: GO
Transfer of learning is essential to continue the learning process and obtain maximum benefits from the program.

This phase covers your application and exploration of the know-how gained during the workshop and concludes when you commence Phase 4.

Phase 4: SHOW
In order to complete the program and receive a Certificate of Achievement, you need to submit an achievement story.

This simply involves answering four questions about the learning you applied and what you gained from the experience.

What happens next?

We will email you a quote. If you are happy to proceed, then we can arrange a suitable time to discuss the successful implementation of the program.

How we ensure the success of the program?
  1. We meet with you (online or telephone) to identify the specific performance outcomes you would like to achieve from the program, and implementation process using our Ready, Set, Go, Show model.
  2. We assist you in preparing the participants to get READY for the program.
  3. The workshop component of the program is delivered; to SET the participants up with the necessary knowledge and skills to apply the learning.
  4. Participants GO back to the workplace to apply their learning and learn from application. We will provide customised support to reinforce learning and increase the probability that the learning is successfully implemented.
  5. Participants capture their experience and SHOW what they learnt and achieved.
Need More Information?

To chat with one of our friendly team, please call us on 1300 768 660.

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