ST-ACS PBS Training Courses include Physical Intervention and Breakaway Training
ST-ACS PBS Training team believe in the highest quality of delivery, keeping your organisation’s key stake holders as safe as is practicable both when planning proactive strategies or when using any degree of physical intervention.
We are working with BILD ACT (Association of Certified Training) towards certification of our training as complying with the Restraint Reduction Network (RRN) Training Standards (2019). Certification will be live by the start of October and will be a requirement from April 2020. We are on target to be one of the first organisations to gain certification by the 1st October.
The Restraint Reduction Network Training Standards 2019 have been written for training services delivered to education, health and social care services across the UK including services that support people with autism, learning disabilities, dementia and mental health conditions.
The Standards aim to facilitate culture change, not just technical competence. They are designed to:
- Protect people’s fundamental human rights and promote person centred best interest and therapeutic approaches to supporting people when they are distressed
- Improve the quality of life of those being restrained and those supporting them
- Reduce reliance on restrictive practices by promoting positive culture and practice that focuses on prevention, de-escalation and reflective practice
- Increase understanding of the root causes of behaviour and recognition that many behaviours are the result of distress due to unmet needs
- Where required, focus on the safest and most dignified use of restrictive interventions including physical restraint
For more information on the RRN Training Standards please visit: http://restraintreductionnetwork.org/know-the-standard/
ST-ACS is a member of the British Institute of Learning Disabilities (BILD) who help those supporting people with complex needs – including our members, universities, government departments, local authorities, NHS trusts, service providers and mainstream organisations – to champion rights, ensure excellent support and continually improve practice.