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Schools & Education

A range of training courses for the education sector including training for early years, schools, colleges and institutes of higher education.

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Schools & Education Overview:

Courses include Health & Safety Training such as Fire Awareness and Fire Warden training, as well as key courses in Food Safety and Hygiene, First Aid, Safeguarding Children and personal development courses such as Equality & Diversity. Able Training also delivers training for managing aggression and managing challenging behaviour that meets standards outlined by Ofsted and follows the latest guidelines outlined by the DofE 2013 Use of reasonable force in schools.

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Eating Disorders

Our one day Eating Disorders training course aims to provide delegates with a greater understanding of eating disorders by raising awareness, challenging stereotypes and stigmas.

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Module 3: Positive Handling & Restraint

For medium risk settings Module 3 provides training in restrictive and non-restrictive physical intervention skills including; positive handling, guiding/shepherding techniques, restraint or clinical holding. For those experience hazardous behaviours that poses physical risk to staff or service users, where non-restrictive breakaway skills may not always be adequate to manage the risk and restrictive physical skills or manual restraint may be required.

Level 3 Paediatric First Aid

Attendees will learn the roles and responsibilities of the paediatric first aider, and will be equipped with the necessary skills to administer safe and effective treatment when dealing with a range of paediatric first aid situations.

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Module 4: Advanced Safe Holding

For medium to high risk settings, Module 4 provides advanced physical skills training to manage high risk situations where the level of risk poses a significant physical risk to staff or service users, and restrictive physical skills or manual restraint are required regularly. The level of risk posed may require the need for higher level techniques including floor or safety pod holds, seclusion, or rapid tranquillisation.

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Module 2: Personal Safety & Breakaway

For low to medium risk settings Module 2 provides personal safety strategies, non-restrictive physical skills including responsive interventions to manage big emotions and breakaway training for those who experience hazardous behaviour that poses a physical risk to staff or service user. Staff need training in personal safety, breakaway or separation techniques but should not be required to use manual restraint. (this is the maximum level for lone workers)

Epilepsy Awareness

An awareness course delivered over a half or full day, useful for anyone with an interest or a need to better understand, support, or treat someone with epilepsy.

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