Beyond the Safety-Care core curriculum, advanced skills modules allow the course to be expanded to meet the specific needs of particular organizations. Advanced modules are available in the form of direct training by QBS Master Trainers or through certification of Trainers to teach the additional material to staff. Each module requires ½ day for trainer training or 2–2 ½ hours for specialist training.
- School Age Children: While the procedures in the core Safety-Care curriculum are applicable to working with individuals of any age, this module provides supplemental training specific to a younger population. It includes training in classroom and group management, additional procedures for intervening physically with smaller individuals who are behaving dangerously, and a small person carry procedure.
- High Severity Behavior 1: The High Severity Behavior modules are designed for organizations that support individuals with the potential for extremely dangerous behavior. It includes strategies for developing safety plans, advanced physical safety procedures (releasing from rear chokes and hair pulls) team safety strategies, and floor hold procedures.
- High Severity Behavior 2: The second High Severity Behavior module provides procedures for lifting from a seated to standing position, control of dangerous objects, prevention and management of fights, and procedures for prevention and management of incidents in vehicles and on trips
- Safety-Care for Families: Safety-Care for Families provides trainers with a customized version of the Safety-Care curriculum that they can teach to family members and others who might provide in-home support. It includes Safety-Care prevention and minimization strategies, as well as development of a Family Safety Plan and a subset of Safety-Care physical skills