Maybo is the leading provider of conflict management eLearning programs.

We help organisations and individuals focus on the learning from violent incidents. We show key individuals how to handle the aftermath in a way that meets requirements, aids recovery and shapes future policy.

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This course is designed for frontline care and healthcare staff who may encounter conflict and challenging behaviour when performing their job. It has five modules and an estimated completion time of 60-90 minutes. This course maps directly to Maybo's training programmes and therefore can be undertaken as part of a blended learning programme or as a standalone course. Read More

This course is designed for frontline care and healthcare staff who may encounter conflict and challenging behaviour when performing their job. It has six modules and an estimated completion time of 90-100 minutes. This course maps directly to Maybo's training programmes and therefore can be undertaken as part of a blended learning programme or as a standalone course. Read More

This course is designed for frontline staff who may encounter conflict when performing their job. It has five modules and an estimated completion time of 60-90 minutes. This course maps directly to Maybo's training programmes and therefore can be undertaken as part of a blended learning programme or as a standalone course. Read More

This course is designed for frontline staff who may encounter conflict when performing their job. It has six modules and an estimated completion time of 90 - 100 minutes. This course maps directly to Maybo's training programmes and therefore can be undertaken as part of a blended learning programme or as a standalone course. Read More

This eLearning programme provides an introduction to PBS and is intended to be used as pre-learning for people going on to attend a Maybo PBS training course.  Our Postive Behavioural Support (PBS) and Complex Behaviours programmes have been carefully designed for staff working in settings where there is an ongoing relationship with children and young people who may present behaviours that challenge. Suitable for those supporting young people within children's services such as residential care, short break services, youth centres or educational settings, who may be described as having learning disabilities, autistic spectrum disorder (ASD), mental health problems, social emotional and behavioural difficulties (SEBD) or other special educational needs, our programmes can also be tailored for families and family carers. Read More

Many people work alone at times, whether at a fixed location or out and about in the community, remote from colleagues. This eLearning module will help you consider the additional vulnerability you may experience when lone working and the steps you can take to increase your personal safety and confidence. Read More

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