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Able Training helps you save time,
save money, and avoid hassle.

We make it faster, easier, to get training and more enjoyable to be trained — whenever and wherever you need it. Operating throughout the UK, Able Training provides person-centred training, designed to give you results that stick. Specialising in Positive Behavioural Support and all workplace training for social care, health, education and the commercial sector.

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Training for Adult
Care Settings

Practitioners in Adult Care need training that is tailored to the needs of their clients. We can support your carers with training in Challenging BehaviourDe-escalationSafeguarding Vulnerable AdultsDementia AwarenessMoving People SafelyUnderstanding Self Harm, and more.

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Training for Child
Care Settings

If you run a school, children's home or foster care agency, we can help you support your carers with training in Physical Intervention and Challenging Behaviour, First Aid for Foster Carers, Health and Safety for Foster Carers, Men in Fostering, Understanding Attachment, Counselling Skills, ADHD Awareness, Autism Awareness, Safeguarding and Child Protection and more.

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Conflict Management, Challenging Behaviour and Physical Intervention

Training in Conflict Management, Challenging Behaviour and Physical Intervention is important for staff in care homes, schools, children’s homes and hospitals as well as for anyone working in mental health or learning disability. If you are looking for a person-centred approach to training that meets the standards set by the NHS & BILD. These courses are also suitable for anyone working in a public-facing role. We also provide specialist training for the NHS in MVA (Management of Violence and Aggression) and PMVA (Prevention and Management of Violence and Aggression).

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Why Choose Able?

  • Specialists in your corner: We work with a fantastic selection of specialists including doctors nurses dietitians and psychologists to keep our courses up to date and relevant.
  • Here for you and your team — we don’t just deliver the training and move on — we work with you as your long-term partner to help you manage your training needs and navigate courses.
  • Training tailored for you: We can work with you to design a bespoke course tailored to meet the unique needs of your company.
  • Transparent Pricing: Transparent pricing means there are no hidden fees just affordable reliable training.
  • On-site training: To avoid disruption of your service onsite training can be held at a venue of your choice and at times to suit you.

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