This is a 1 to 2 day course that covers a basic introduction to managing challenging behaviour and de-escalation techniques as well as exploring the law regarding physical intervention and restraint. It then teaches delegates physical techniques including disengagement, defence techniques, basic guiding and holding/restraint techniques for varying risk levels.
These techniques are currently being taught to various personnel working within the NHS, childrens homes, schools, foster carers, and other organisations.
The physical intervention techniques taught on the course have been independently medically risk assessed by the Institute Of Conflict Management and incorporates techniques that are taught within the guide lines of :
- NHS Protect
- BILD (British Institute of Learning Disabilities)
- Department of Education
- Department of Health
- Standards of other commercially driven training systems that teach control & restraint and physical intervention techniques
- Skills for Health
- Skills for Care.
Practical skills will be taught within the context of the dynamic risk assessment and the focus of the techniques taught will vary on the organisational needs (e.g primary school setting will be different to adult mental health).
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