Physical restraint or intervention is often necessary in a variety of cases. For example, some patients within healthcare settings suffer from a variety of conditions which may cause them to display challenging behaviours. Behaviours in which restraint or intervention may be required include violence, aggression and self harm.
Both physical restraint training and physical intervention training programmes are designed to reduce the associated risks of intervention and restraint, enhancing the safety of all those concerned. In order to aid you in this, we offer a number of physical restraint and physical intervention course options, bespoke to your requirements. Whilst we are able to fully-bespoke all of our course depending on your organisational needs, some example courses include:
The Safe Caring course is rooted in conflict resolution and has been designed for lower-risk environments. The course is delivered over 1 day and includes:
Designed for medium risk environments, the Care and Control course focuses on disengagement and physical intervention. Delivered over 2 days the course includes:
This physical restraint training course is designed for those operating in high-risk environments, is delivered over 3 to 5 days (depending upon your local risk assessment and requirements) and includes:
For more information on any of our courses, or to discuss the specific requirements of your organisation, please do not hesitate to get in touch.
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