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Preventing and Managing Challenging Behaviour Training

The Preventing and Managing Challenging Behaviour Training Programme includes a range of training solutions underpinned by Positive Behaviour Support and Person Centred approaches. The Department of Health guidelines ‘Positive and Proactive Care’ (2014) state that; ‘those organisations providing care and support to people who are at risk of being exposed to restrictive interventions must have a fully developed training policy’.

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  1. Preventing and Managing Challenging Behaviour (Inc Positive Behaviour Support)

    If your organisation supports individuals who present ‘Challenging Behaviour’ staff need the knowledge and skills to do so safely, effectively and ethically. SecuriCare can tailor a programme to meet your individual service needs. As part of the Department of Health’s ‘Positive & Proactive Care’ initiative, aimed at reducing the need for restrictive interventions, care providers are encouraged to implement the principles of ‘Positive Behaviour Support’. This programme is designed around those principles.
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  2. Breakaway Training

    Dealing with people with behavioural difficulties can be challenging. Giving your staff the knowledge and skills to prevent and manage these challenges should reduce the frequency and intensity of the behaviour. It is highly recommended that breakaway training and physical intervention techniques is delivered following training in preventing challenging behaviour and promoting positive behaviour training to ensure it is only used in the context of a last resort. Breakaway training involves simple, safe techniques that allow staff to step back from physical danger and re-engage to de-escalate
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  3. Physical Intervention Skills Training

    The physical intervention training course is a classroom based course. It is highly recommended that course our 'Preventing and Managing Challenging Behaviour' course is completed before commissioning training in disengagement, breakaway or physical intervention techniques. This will ensure that all other possible options to prevent and manage the behaviour have been exhausted prior to utilising any physical response or restrictive practice. All physical intervention training techniques are selected based upon service need and the techniques themselves are fully risk assessed. All training is delivered by fully qualified trainers with many years experience working in health and social care settings.
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  4. Person Centred Challenging Behaviour Strategy

    SecuriCare have provided a person centred approach to the prevention and management of challenging behaviours since its incorporation in 1995. Working together with those individuals involved in providing support to an individual, we look at ways of reducing the frequency and intensity of the behaviour and as a last resort provide an agreed safe method of dealing with physically challenging behaviours when all other options have been exhausted. The results achieved can have a profound effect on everyone involved and have huge benefits for the quality of support provided. (Case studies are available)
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  5. Personal Safety for Lone Workers

    This classroom based workshop covers personal safety advice and skills for staff to consider prior to attending the premises, whilst inside the venue and on leaving the premises. This is because staff who work in the community or away from their normal place of work could be exposed to additional risks.
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  6. Preventing and Managing Challenging Behaviour inc Positive Behaviour Support (Online)

    SecuriCare's online 'Preventing and Managing Challenging Behaviour' course provides the learner with the knowledge and understanding to make informed decisions on how to provide effective support. As part of the Department of Health’s ‘Positive & Proactive Care’ initiative, aimed at reducing the need for restrictive interventions, care providers are encouraged to implement the principles of ‘Positive Behaviour Support’. This programme is designed around these principles.
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  7. Physical Intervention: The Theory (Online)

    If your organisation advocates the use of ‘Physical Intervention’ techniques, then a good understanding of the theory underpinning their use is necessary. As part of the Department of Health’s ‘Positive & Proactive Care’ initiative, aimed at reducing the need for restrictive interventions, care providers are encouraged to implement the principles of ‘Positive Behaviour Support’. This programme is designed to support the drive to increase safety, and ultimately eliminate/reduce the use of ‘Restrictive Practices’.
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  8. Physical Intervention: The Risks (Online)

    Physical Intervention: The Risks: If your organisation advocates the use of ‘Physical Intervention’ technique, then a good understanding of the risks associated with their use is required. This will ultimately lead to safer practice when physical intervention is necessary. As part of the Department of Health’s ‘Positive & Proactive Care’ initiative, organisations are oblige to minimise the use of such techniques and reduce risks.. This course is designed to support the drive to increase safety, and ultimately eliminate the use of ‘Physical Interventions’.
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  9. Personal Safety for Lone Workers (Online)

    Lone workers should not be put at more risk than other employees. According to the HSE employers should establish a healthy and safe working environment for lone workers. This short online course provides key advice of managing risk and staying safety when working alone, away from base or without immediate direct supervision.
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  10. The Mental Capacity Act (Online)

    If you have staff who work with individuals who lack mental ‘capacity’ they should have a good understanding of the Mental Capacity Act as well as how the processes for assessing capacity and acting in a person’s best interests play out in a real world context. A vital training programme for frontline social care staff.
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