Restraint Reduction Network Standards Conversion Course
The Care Quality Commission has stated, ‘from April 1st 2021 we expect to see all services across health and social care use training in restrictive practices that is Certified as complying with the Restraint Reduction Networks Standards’.
‘The standards apply across child and adult services, and to all populations...’
4 hours via Remote Delivery.
Unit 1: Legislation, Regulation and Guidance
Unit 2: Attitudes & Attributions
Unit 3: Primary & Preventative Strategies
Unit 4: Understanding Individual Characteristics
Unit 5: Positive Behavioural Support
Unit 6: Secondary Early Intervention Strategies Including De-escalation
Unit 7: Tertiary Strategies
On completion of this training the learner/s will be familiar with the impact the RRN Standards have on the prevention and management of challenging and hazardous behaviours and the measures necessary to reduce the use of restrictive interventions. Please contact one of our experienced training team for more details or to book a course.