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Behaviours that Challenge Training

Cutting-edge training for disability and aged care workers using serious games, 3D simulations, and immersive scenarios. Content by experts.

Practical, effective, fast and convenient

Gamification features like rewards and instant feedback increase engagement and motivation to complete training.

​Short 3 to 6  minute scenarios provide optimal retention conditions for adult learners. Ideal for busy workers who have limited time to complete training.

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Users practice applying their skills and knowledge in practical scenarios based on realistic challenging situations, to prepare them for crisis situations on the job.

Text to speech and visual learning - ideal for workers with low literacy and limited English.

Complex data analytics and scenarios based on supporting real people assess a worker’s soft skills, and helps them improve their communication. 

Delivered via mobile app. No bandwidth requirements and workers don’t need internet access. 

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Demonstrate the best safety and compliance practice through scenario-based learning.

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Map results to the NDIS skills capability framework units of competency in formal courses.

Allow workers to experience the serious consequences of making mistakes that jeopardise their safety and that of their clients.

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Test application of knowledge to realistic, varied and complex situations - providing a learning, training or assessment environment as required.

"Care and support is complex, we need real engagement to make our team feel connected and understand the importance of what we do. Enabler is making this happen."

Lisa Thompson, Prescare Executive Manager


"I liked that it wasn't instructional, when you have instructional videos or training you don't really absorb it you feel more like a robot. Not knowing what to do and being forced to figure it out really helped me think about what I was doing, and realise what was working or wasn't."

Wendy Cheong, University Student

Enabler is backed by the following organisations and foundations:

Foundation Module

On completion of this module support workers will be
able to:

  1. Explain why a person might have challenging behaviour...

  2. Describe how to make changes to the service users’ environment to reduce difficult behaviour.

  3. Know how to support the person with complex behaviours to respond differently.

  4. Assist others to respond differently to the service user’s challenging behaviour.

Intermediate Module

On completion of this module support workers will be
able to:

  1. Understand cognitive changes that impact on the
    way a Service User’s behaviour may present.

  2. How to develop strategies to reduce the likelihood or the impact of a challenging behaviour.

  3. The role and uses of Restrictive Practice in behaviour management.

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