This BILD Act Certified course Positive Behaviour Management Foundation course is designed with all direct support staff in mind. It takes a trauma informed care approach to managing those with low level challenging behaviours and is ideally suited to staff working in supported living services and remote workers.Enroll now
- Core Values
- Trauma Informed Care
- Understanding Behaviour as Communication
- Developing Individual Response Strategies
- Required CQC and NHS Standards
- Legal Issues
- Physical Strategies (non-restrictive physical intervention & disengagement skills)
- Staff working in organisations which can evidence that training will be adhered to.
- All organisations must adhere to the RRN Standards
- The training is developed for Private Sector, Public Sector and Charities providing services to people within; Education, Healthcare, Social care, Mental health, Learning disabilities, Adolescent psychiatric, and EBD.
- Organisations following the current RRN Standards
- Organisations that support individuals who display challenging or distressed behaviours
Will we learn any physical breakaway techniques?
There are four chapters to this course before any physical skills take place. We will teach physical breakaway skills that are identified in the Training Needs Analysis. This is a requirement of our BILD Act certification and is in line with current Restraint Reduction Network guidance.
Are staff members assessed for competence on this course?
The short answer is yes. We believe that any course delivering this kind of training should have criteria for measuring people’s ability to put the skills they’ve learned into practice.
There will be four theory chapters, each with a quiz at the end; we require all participants to pass these before moving onto physical skills which will be assessed in order to fulfil our BILD Act Certification requirement.
- Is this course BILD Act certified?
What is the maximum number of participants on this course?
Due to current national guidance and our certification, there is a maximum of 12 participants on each course to create a more interactive experience.